Saturday Morning Work-Out Inspiration

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Mastery of Forethought

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And one more:

“I never smile. Showing one’s teeth is a submission signal in primates. When someone smiles at me, all I see is a chimpanzee begging for its life.”

Dwight (The Office)


Source: Thank you Karen @ Karen’s Korner

2:00 am. March 9. DST: Spring Forward. Not so fast.

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Image Credit. Thanks Lorne.

Nope. Not yet.

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Source: themetapicture.com. Thank you Susan.

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Saturday!

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Monday Morning Wake-Up Call: I know you are under the covers!

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T.G.I.F.

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Image Credit via Stuf Stuff from “A Charlie Brown Christmas”. His dance always brings me joy.  555 95472, usually referred to as “5”, is a character in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. He debuted in 1963, and continued to appear on and off in the strip until 1981. “5” has spiky hair and sometimes wears a shirt with the number five on it. 95472 is the family’s “last name”, or more specifically their ZIP code. In reality, it is the ZIP code for Sebastopol, California, where Charles M. Schulz was living at the time the character was introduced. “5” has to keep telling his teacher that the accent is on the 4 in his surname. Snoopy is confused as to whether the boy’s name is spelled 5 or as the Roman numeral V.  As “5” once explained to Charlie Brown, his father, morose and hysterical over the preponderance of numbers in people’s lives, had changed all of his family’s names to numbers. Asked by Lucy if it was Mr. 95472’s way of protesting, “5” replied that this was actually his father’s way of “giving in.” “5” also has two sisters named “3” and “4”. (“Nice feminine names,” in Charlie Brown’s sarcastic assessment.) It can be assumed that their parents are named “1” and “2”.

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WAY (better)

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Guess What Day It Is!

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And if you need more Hump Day fixes (friendlier to Caleb), hit it herehereherehere and here.


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SMWI*: “Sad. This scale can’t be right.”

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Notes: SMWI* = Saturday morning workout inspiration. Image Source: HungarianSoul

I think I’ve got it

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A Million Things That Bug Me

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SMWI*: Look, you’re always perfect to me

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SMWI* = Saturday Morning Workout Inspiration

Creator: Sarah Anderson, Doodle Time

SMWI*: Me too.

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SMWI* = Saturday Morning Work-out Inspiration

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SMWI*: True!

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SMWI* = Saturday Morning Work-out Inspiration

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SMWI*: Landing somewhere between 1 and 2

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SMWI* = Saturday Morning Work-out Inspiration

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Hump Day: Rollin’ to Friday

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Yep. About right.

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Source: Thank you Mme Scherzo

What the h*ll was that?

Steve Layman posted this cartoon last week. It activated an immediate reaction.  I laughed.  Then said: “TRUE.”  Then said “THAT’S ME.”  Then psychoanalysis rolled in like a thick soupy fog in the Bay Area.  And hangs low and hovers on the “why.”  And went on lingering on the 11-hour ride to pick-up Eric from college.  Didn’t we just take this emotional empty nester ride a few months back?  Time.  Whoosh.

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My whole childhood was a big lie…

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10000birds.com: “Every child who has ever seen a cartoon featuring Wile E Coyote and Road Runner has to have wondered if poor Wile E Coyote ever had a fair shot at catching the Road Runner.  According to Mark Lockwood’s Basic Texas Birds: A Field Guide, with or without Wile E. Coyote chasing it, a Greater Roadrunner can reach speeds of 20 MPH (32 KPH) while a Coyote can reach speeds of up to 43 MPH (69 KPH).”


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Off to work.

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Source: Thank you madamescherzo

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Happy Thanksgiving from…

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Snoopy at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City…three million are expected to watch the parade live with another 50 million on television.  Snoopy, of course, is the star attraction. Start time: 9am EST.


Source: URBAN AGENDA New York City, Holiday 2012.  Thank you my Susan for sharing.

You got your talkers. And you got your…

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“There’s two kinds of people in this world when you boil it all down. You got your talkers and you got your doers. Most people are just talkers.  All they got is talk.  But when all is said and done, it’s the doers who change this world. And when they do that, they change us, and that’s why we never forget them. So which one are you? Do you just talk about it, or do you stand up and do something about it? Because believe you me, all the rest of it is just coffee house bull$4!+.”

– Rocco (Boondock Saints II)


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Monday morning. Not ready just yet.

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Get Up. Get Out. Don’t Sit.

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“…New research this month finds that the more time someone spends sitting, the shorter and less robust his or her life may be. The findings were sobering: Every single hour of television watched after the age of 25 reduces the viewer’s life expectancy by 21.8 minutes. By comparison, smoking a single cigarette reduces life expectancy by about 11 minutes. Looking more broadly, they concluded that an adult who spends an average of six hours a day watching TV over the course of a lifetime can expect to live 4.8 years fewer than a person who does not watch TV.  Those results hold true even for people who exercise regularly. It appears a person who does a lot of exercise but watches six hours of TV every night might have a similar mortality risk as someone who does not exercise and watches no TV…” [Read more...]

TGIF: OMG, so close to the weekend…


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Overcoming Obstacles…


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Reach as high as you can…


And if they are chocolate chip, you’ve hit gold.


Source: Marc Johns.  Marc Johns lives with his wife, two sons, and his drawer full of pens in Victoria, BC, Canada.

Related Marc Johns Post: Sometimes the only thing left to do is…

TGIF: tu dum tu dum

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Pull a lever to boost performance…


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Ready for Monday?

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TGIF: You just know it has been a long week…

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With teamwork, anything is possible…

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…As evidenced by the 2012 Ryder Cup. (Michael & Steve, enough gloating!)

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TGIF: LOOK OUT EVERYBODY!


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Sometimes the only thing left to do is…

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Source: Marc Johns

It Starts Now (10:49am)

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Fall is here…


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Are You Constructive or an Irritant?

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Yes!  This is so me…(Hopefully, perceived with the constructive element.) Smile

Credit: Hugh McLeod @ Gapingvoid.com

Today will be…

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So, Long…Have a Good Day…

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This week’s mantra…


If you haven’t checked out Eclecticity, it is worth a frequent stop.  Interesting, odd, cool, where-did-he-find-that posts.

Happiness isn’t good enough


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Adulthood…


Yep, that’s about right…


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What are you doing hiding under the table, are you hiding?


Source: Thank you Steve Layman via Mme Scherzo

3:10am and inspired…

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Thank you Glenn Weissel for nominating me for the Sunshine Award.  Thank you for Cristi Moise @ Simple. Interesting., ForOnePlease and Ivon Prefontaine @ Teacher As Transformer for nominating me for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. I’m humbled by your nominations.

As to seven facts about me: (1) I’ve never been to Paris. New Zealand.  Or Australia. (2) I’m the breadwinner in our family but have absolutely no clout. (3) I have insomnia (like now). The excuse tonight, Zeke crowded me out of bed. (4) We’re empty nesters in less than 3 weeks. (sigh) (5) I’m afraid of heights yet have no fear of flying. (6) I’m a sap with babies and animals (not fish so much). (7) I relish Saturday afternoon naps (and Sunday afternoon naps for that matter). (Bonus Fact) I’m a lucky man in so many ways.  Too many too count.  And I’m grateful for it all. 

In return, I’d like to nominate the following bloggers for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award:

To accept the award, the rules are:

  1. Link back to the person who nominated you
  2. Post the award image to your page.  (Here’s the Link)
  3. Tell seven facts about yourself
  4. Nominate 10 other blogs
  5. Let them know they are nominated

And here’s a few of the inspiring bloggers’ posts of the week:

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All-Blogger Alert!

blog shoo inHere are links to notable blogging/writing posts in the past week:

Kurt Harden @ Cultural Offering with I Love a Tradition and Ray Visokski @ A Simple Village Undertaker with Officially A Tradition where they invite bloggers to a face-to-face meeting in Newark. (I was reading too fast.  I thought they meant Newark, NJ which would have been a no-brainer.  The idea has me thinkin’.  Maybe something smaller and more local? Yes, Brenna, me too – way (way) out of comfort zone. On the other hand, YOLO?)

Madame Scherzo: The 10 Most Commonly Misunderstood Words In English.  (Got me on “Enormity” and several others.)

Michael Hyatt15 Resources For Pro Bloggers (Or those who want to be).  (I’m not a Mac user but there are solid tips in his post.)

Caitlin Kelly @ BroadsideBlogHer 2012 — was it worth it? “Three days of full-on intensity, 5,000 bloggers in one midtown Manhattan hotel, about 80 percent of whom — maybe 90 percent — were female, and under the age of 40…”

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4:23 am and inspired. Climbing the (big) dune…

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GOOD SUNNY WEDNESDAY MORNING!!!!

The photo is a sand dune in Sossusvlei, Namib Desert in Namibia.  The climbers are trying to catch the sunrise from the summit which rises 400 feet from the ground.  Would love to be climbing this dune on Hump Day.

Here’s my selection of the most inspiring posts and moments of the week:

My Rachel was looking for research for a summer internship project to answer the question: “Are Leaders Born or Made.”  The first person that came to mind to help was Susan Barrett Kelley @ Great Moments.  Prior to jumping on this blogging train in 4Q11, I had never spoke to or met Susan but had come to admire her blog posts.  And, yet I didn’t hesitate to drop her an email asking for help.  (Love these blogging connections.  Powerful.)  Within several hours of my request, Susan had replied and the opening line in her email was: “Oh, this question is like handing a microphone to Charlie Sheen and asking if he has anything to say…”  She proceeded to offer links to research papers, web sites and her own point of view on the subject.  My reaction: Inspired.  How I managed to get wired to fantastic human beings on this ride…

Mimi @ Waiting for the Karma Truck in a return visit to inspiration row with her post titled: Post This: “The Post-It notes had one of three messages – “You’re Terrific”, “Smile” or “Have A Wonderful Day”… I started at the gym, surreptitiously placing notes on the handle of an exercise bike, on the mirror in the locker room and on the windshields of two cars in the parking lot. Honestly? I felt both tremendously silly (and I do silly very well) and sneaky (I don’t do that as well) . Onto a quick meeting, where I left one Post-It on the panel of the receptionist’s desk and again on a windshield. At Starbucks I put one on the cash register (there was no one behind me in line – the place was empty for a change), left one on the sugar/cream counter and in the ladies’ room…Talk about stepping outside one’s comfort zone…(Finish reading this awesome post at this link.)

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What if…What if…What if…What if…What if…

Check out post titled Nobody’s Perfect by MissUnderstood Genius to learn about who makes intentional mistakes in their craft to show that they are not perfect…

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