Here's something I read this week that really got me thinking. Setting daily goals is a smart way to make sure you check the priorities off your to-do list. Somedays it all gets done, somedays it doesn't. For example, when you set a goal to get to the gym and don't make it, it's very easy to call that day a wash. Instead, take a moment to review all the things you DID get done. And then take a moment to ask yourself what you can do to make sure you take care of your health and fitness today and everyday. Reading this email from Todd Durkin, a fitness pro I think is just awesome, and love getting a chance to see speak -- got me thinking about a different way to approach goals, successes and obstacles that I feel could be a practice worth trying. I scheduled 30 mins on Sunday night after dinner to do my WLAG's.
From: Todd Durkin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: I do this EVERY