One of my intentions this year is to minimize my carbon footprint, something I’m going to have to get really creative about as long as my day gig takes me on a forty-plus-mile commute five days a week and my weekend gig is 70 miles away from home, one way. After a ten-day break that included three no-driving days and three more minimal-driving days, getting back out on the road today was especially frustrating. Unless I move closer to work (not gonna happen for the current day gig), start working at home (in the works), or get a smaller, more fuel-efficient car (just paid mine off a few months ago, so that’s on the back burner for now), I’m going to have to recycle a whole lot of stuff to offset the gas I’m burning every day just to get to work. I wasn’t quite at the “why bother” stage,. . . .Read more . . .
My first thought when I woke up on New Years morning started with “I should.” I should write in my journal. Right now. I should capture my first marginally coherent thoughts of 2011, on paper, in my own hand, before they’re rendered less real by coffee or Facebook. Before I found a pen, though, a neighbor dropped by and I chose to enjoy a little in-person social networking instead. I should have a smoothie for breakfast. I should start eating healthy again now that it’s the new year. Thing was, I wasn’t really hungry. And since lolling on the sofa to watch parades all morning doesn’t require a whole lot of fuel, I chose to skip breakfast altogether. I should run on the first day of 2011. I should even do that 5K on the boardwalk. I haven’t trained enough to run it, but I should at least walk the. . . .Read more . . .
(http://flomotioncoaching NULL.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/1_1_111 NULL.jpg)It just looks so darn cool, doesn’t it? If any old January first is a time for new beginnings, this one clearly demands action, what with all of those vertical lines, standing at attention and all. That’s what flomotion is all about. Moving. Taking action. Doing something. Something so simple and so tiny it feels like nothing, until a whole bunch of nothing-feeling somethings come together to become, well, really something. Something like moving more and eating less. Or moving more playfully and eating less automatically. Something like doing nothing when resting is the best something. Or doing something active that feels restful. Something like letting yourself feel fear and doing the something that makes you shake in your flip flops anyway. Today, launching flomotion is my something. It’s a little something now, but stick around. It’s going to become really something. What’s your something?Read more . . .