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Do you sometimes feel like time is getting away from you? I make list after list of what I want to accomplish each day – and often get a large chunk completed - but never seem to get everything done. Now that I make my lists on my PDA, it's easier to just change the date and roll the reminders over to the next day. Yet the sense of satisfaction that I feel when I do finish a project is a great motivator to become more focused so that I can attain more of my goals each day.
While we can't stop the clock, we can learn how to manage our time better this year. Here are some strategies I'm going to put in place myself. Maybe you'd like to try them on for size too:
What is corrective exercise and how could it benefit you? Corrective exercise works for sports professionals, weekend triathletes, and everyday people. This type of exercise finds and overcomes the imbalances and impairments that lead to injuries and that make you less efficient and less powerful when you exercise or compete.
It is very common to have an injury, recover, and then re-injure the same area again. For athletes and everyday people, this can be extremely frustrating. To avoid re-injuring the same area the limitation or restriction needs to be identified first, and then corrected. Working underactive muscles and stretching overactive or tight muscles is where the "correction" comes into play.
If there were a blues song about living with chronic bad health, I bet most people wouldn't sing about 'love gone bad'. No doubt, holding onto relationships is hard with chronically bad health. I've worked with people who blame illness for failed relationships and there's much to be said about that.
But from what I've seen, we cry most frequently about whether to participate or not. "To be or not to be?" wondered Hamlet. He knew that choosing between two bad choices wears a person down.