“Few want to hear this, but it’s true, and it can be enormously helpful in life: if you’re constantly being hurt, offended, or angered, you should honestly evaluate your inflamed ego.”
“Your life will become less stressful when you give up your right to anger and offense. And by the way, if you don’t, you’re doomed. So there’s that too.”
Run the roundabout and then to the Kidney Healthcare Place.
SSH x 20 IC
Mtn. Climbers x 10 IC
Peter Parkers x 10 IC
Parker Peters x 10 IC
Merkins x 10 IC
Imperial Walker x 10 IC
Monkey Humpers x 20 IC
Bear Crawl the Lights Circuit (10 merkins @ ea. light)
Lunge Walk the Lights Circuit (10 Russian Twists @ ea. light)
Karaoke the Lights Circuit (10 WWII sit-ups @ ea. light)
Karaoke the Lights Circuit (10 plank-jacks @ ea. light)
Run to hill at ARPC …Clip Board Dude runs to the top of the hill while pax does called exercise.
Run to pavilion at Simmons for Bench Press, Bench Press, Bench Press, Dips, & Knee-Ups Circuit (x3).
Flutter Kicks x 20 IC
Oblique Crunch x 10 IC (right side)
Oblique Crunch x 10 IC (left side)
Russian Twists x 20 IC
“Being offended is a tiring business. Letting things go gives you energy.”
“Quit trying to parent the whole world. Quit offering advice when exactly zero people asked for it. Quit being shocked when people don’t share your morality. Quit serving as judge and jury, in your own mind, of that person who just cut you off in traffic. Quit thinking you need to “discern” what others’ motives are. And quit rehearsing in your mind what that other person did to you.”
“We are capable of imagining threats and staying in a kind of constant, low-grade fight-or-flight mode. We’re capable of feeling threatened all the time, by things that haven’t even happened and may not ever happen.”