I know I've mentioned in my past blog post in August that I'll go on a reboot and post more often. Heck, I promised to post as often as I used to back when I have started this blog early 2000's. However, as much as I have tried to get back in the groove, I … Continue reading On Excuses & Resolutions: Online Fitness and HCG Diet
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Being new in practice (If you're a yogi practicing at least 5 years) there are so much fundamentals for a yogi to learn and we tend to forget to be mindful of our asanas. Over the weekend, the amazing folks of Yoga Tribe brought in Laruga Yoga in Manila. It was a perfect opportunity to expand … Continue reading Laruga in Manila 2016: Your Downward Dog
I haven't blogged for months (or has it been a year?) and it's about due time for me to get my active lifestyle documented to keep me going and even more accountable. When I started this blog back in the early 2000's, it was measly just a blog to express how far I've run around … Continue reading PCOS and Me.
On my 9th week (On my third pilates class), my trainer and I had a thorough chat about goals and timelines. We agreed to set clear intentions on why we're doing what we're doing. Again, Pilates is a mind and body movement; it goes beyond just lengthening and stretching, it also practices so much mind work … Continue reading FLY PROJECT: On Consistency & Game Plan
It's going to take awhile for me to get back to the distance I'm aiming and training for knowing my body is still adjusting and re-adjusting but with determination and persuasion, everything or anything is doable! The summer finally gave it's final push, our tropical country has welcomed the monsoon season. On my 7th week, … Continue reading FLY Project: Monsoon is in!
Remembering conversations with the first boss I had when I migrated in the U.S. in 2007. He narrated how he claimed his dreams, on becoming the General Manager of the BEST resort in the world. He didn't finish high school nor did he graduate from an Ivy league University but with perseverance and willingness to … Continue reading A Dreamer: Pursuing Education
Charles C. Noble once said "First we make our habits, then our habits makes us" It sounds simple but having to do one thing and another does require effort and mindfulness. Finding a game plan and executing can be a trial and error process however once you've found the equation, everything else would seem to … Continue reading FLY Project: On Habits and Schedules
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9 months seem like a long time - no, actually, it is a long time of me not having to update my activities nor was I able to tie my shoelaces, dress in my favorite Reebok activewear and got myself on the road to either Swim, Bike or Run. Sure, I had occasional Yoga sessions … Continue reading Better to TRY to TRI: Why Not?