Hi there! Well, it’s March and thank goodness, spring is right around the corner. The past few weeks I’ve been busy with work and family as usual, but also working on the Certified Personal Trainer course and trying to absorb all I can with that. It’s quite a challenge, to say the least. But I’m plugging along. Here’s a quick update on what else I’ve been up to lately.
I was thrilled to be interviewed recently on two radio shows: A recorded spot for It’s Your Health, and live on Naturally Savvy.
I’ve posted the audio from It’s Your Health here if you’d like to hear it. It’s about 10 minutes, and I didn’t know what she was going to ask me ahead of time. One thing she asked me about a lot was emotional eating. Check it out and let me know what you think!
We’ve had several days of winter weather in the past month. Last week, we had our biggest snow of the year so far — enough for my son and me to make a snowman! I decided to put a visor, earbuds and running shoes on it and name her Snowrunner. She didn’t last long, though. In a few days it hit 72 degrees! Such is March weather in North Carolina.
Workout room additions
I’ve added two improvements to my workout room, and now it is completely finished with the exception of running the cable wire to the other side of the room.
The first is a new mat for under my treadmill. The old one was too small and didn’t do an adequate job of keeping dust off and reducing static. I’m really glad I finally got a new one. A good mat definitely makes a difference.
Secondly, I purchased a beautiful glass corner TV stand and I really love it. The design fits in perfectly with my room decor, and it saves a huge amount of space as well. I’m so glad I found this!
You can read more on the background of this room here, and I am planning a story in the near future detailing everything we did to economically convert this space from an office into a workout room.
What’s up next
Coming up soon on the blog, I’m reviewing a great book called, “The Athlete Mindset Workbook: A Practical Step-by-Step Sports Psychology Guide for Making Your Dreams a Reality.” I’ll be telling you all about this and will be giving away a copy as well.
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