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Today I’m sharing ramblings from my journal because there is a lesson here for me…and maybe for you! I don’t want to let go of what is no longer mine. I changed my mind! I still r…

Join the In the Equation Healthy December Challenge …Get back on track & practice self-care through the holidays Hi Peeps. Anyone feeling a bit off track post Thanksgiving? Perhaps you’ve fallen completely off the healthy livi…

Blog: Six tips for self care during the holidays.1) Practice gratitude daily. 2) Put yourself and your needs first (really). 3) Give up expectations. 4) Give yourself permission to say no, and yes. 5) Practice self-love and awareness. 6) Create a holiday celebration or ritual that serves you.

BLOG: From last one up the mountain to the heart health of an athlete! If you struggle with self-care and avoid the doctor, or believe you can’t change your health trajectory, please read on! Dejav…

Blog: Instead of asking "Why is this happening TO me?" Why not ask: "Why is this happening FOR me?" Inspired by a Positively Positive blog titled, "Why Now is Our Time." www.intheequation.com

BLOG: Resilience. The key to health, happy and WHOLE. GOOD NEWS: If you don’t have resilience, you can develop it! This week, I’m celebrating four years of living from the center of the equation of my own life as a fit, active, happy and h…

BLOG: Tell me something good. And let’s start a Tell Me Something Good Revolution! Last week, I was feeling down and off my game. My life and daily routine was still in upheaval due to what I fondly call “my pa…

BLOG: Confession of a fit and healthy girl. I have a confession to make. I’m 53 years old, and this week I took my first bike ride in nearly 35 years! (Think bicycle not Harley.) This is a milestone I have to document. And in doing so,…

We all have a past; things we wish we could change and things we wish would've never happened at all, but it's not our past that defines us. It contributes to who we are and what we become, through lessons learned and martuity we've grown...but, it doesn't define us. Our faith and willingness to continue on living, learning and doing the best we can; that is where we find who we really are.

Emily Dickinson Floral Quote Watercolor Print, 11x11by Kati Ramer