Have you found yourself Peloton-curious but a bit fearful that you may just end up with a $2,500 towel rack? Then today’s post is for you. I’m going to show you how to save $1,000’s with this Peloton hack that will give you a near-identical (if not, better) indoor biking experience!
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Adidas recently reached out to a group of bloggers to learn more about how they were staying healthy by working out at home. I was thrilled to be included as my home workouts have done so much to help alleviate the stress and tension of these past few weeks of quarantine! Even better, they’re all low cost or even FREE!
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Facing uncertainty. It’s something we’ve all been doing a lot of lately. I, for one, have needed some new coping skills to help me remain positive. Enter my good friend Penny Casselman, who I’m delighted to introduce as the author of this timely post!
Penny and I met in 2017 through a mutual friend. Literally, a week later, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. We remained connected through her fight and as I got to know more about her, she proved an incredible example of resilience, positivity, and adaptability.As someone who has struggled to maintain positive thoughts, Penny’s advice has proven quite meaningful to me, as I’m certain it will to you as well!
You are a creature of habit.
Think about it.
When you wash your hair, do you shampoo at the beginning or end of your shower?
When you get dressed, do you put your pants on first, or your top?
Do you switch on the coffee maker before or after you’re dressed?
Once we’ve established a reliable pattern of doing things, it’s difficult to switch it up. No pun intended. <wink>
So how can you prepare? How can you greet change with a “Hello, old friend – so nice to see you again!“