Phew! One more day and we’re into February. I don’t know about you, but I’m still trying to shake off those extra pounds from Christmas! Speaking of losing weight, I ramped up my fitness routine this week, which I’ll write some more about in the coming weeks. In the meant time, you can check out the app review I did on Fitness Buddy.
As you can see by the title, this is the first edition of Link Love, which is a round up of some of the interesting things I’ve found on the ‘Net this week. I plan to drop a new edition every Friday. If you don’t want to miss out, add me to your RSS reader, and also Sign up for my weekly newsletter.
Ok, I’m off to go watch American Sniper to see what all the fuss is about!
Be cool, and remember Strength of Body; Power of Mind,
- If you could easily achieve the success you are working towards, wouldn’t you?
- Where would we all be if we didn’t experience failure in our lives? Here’s how to move past it in a healthier and smarter way
- 80% of people will proceed as planned — they’ll keep their mouth shut, save money, save face, not rock the boat.
But wouldn’t you rather be a part of the 20% who take risks and achieve awesomeness.
Time for you and time for me,And time yet for a hundred indecisionsAnd for a hundred visions and revisionsBefore the taking of a toast and tea.
- T.S. Eliot wrote that. Reclaim your personal power through making good choices.
- Nothing like a good movie to inspire you to make changes in your own life.
- You need to rethink your game plan if you’re not putting fitness first (put down that remote!)
- And here’s how you can make exercise a habit.
- To lose weight, you don’t always need to spend hours at the gym.
- Training can turn you into a self-made superhero.
- Conventional wisdom tells us that if you find yourself in a hole, you should stop digging. That’s the logical thing to do. But when it comes to eating properly, we throw that logic right out the window.
- I’ve always wondered how will you know when you’re enlightened? Reminds me of the Zen saying: Before enlightenment chop wood, carry water; After enlightenment chop wood, carry water.
- Epictetus counselled against putting too much stock on what other people think of us.
- Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives.
- Temptation is an opportunity to grow.
Street Philosophy: What do you think?
- Why do we fantasise about talking to animals?
- Should I let my two-year-old daughter wear pink?
- What is the Worst Thing You Should (Be Allowed to) Say?
What do we need to know?