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There was a great article in the May 2010 issue of Runner’s World magazine, entitled “Feeling Lucky?” by Kristin Armstrong. Though this article appeared in a running magazine, its message of thankfulness can clearly be applied to any endeavor, including homeschooling… maybe even especially homeschooling.
Those of us who educate our children at home can easily become overwhelmed by all the things we have to do in our homeschools—subjects to cover, topics to emphasize, field trips to take and planning sessions to complete. Add to that all the things that we manage in our lives—work, home, More >
Not long ago my husband introduced me to running. It’s challenging, but I love it. I’m definitely a newcomer to the sport, but I’m already enjoying the benefit of it, namely enough energy to keep up with my kids.
Recently I learned a lesson about the necessity of keeping a good form while I run. Often when I start to feel the most tired is when my form is lacking, when I’m slouching, when I don’t hold my stomach strong, when my chin isn’t lifted and when my arms aren’t swinging straight. It’s amazing how keeping a good form makes my run more enjoyable and possible. My breathing is easier; I More >