So, you have your Big Why—your purpose and reason to get up in the morning. Maybe it’s saving rhinos, or being a rhino keeper. Or perhaps you want to write the next great American novel. Your Big Why. It’s uniquely yours.
In case you are not up to speed with what is happening this month over here in ZooFit HQ, we are conducting an experiment to discover how our behaviors around eating affect our health and well-being. I believe it’s not just what you eat, but how you eat that can impact our fitness.
When I created Fandom Fitness within the ZooFit program, it was mainly a combination of my passion for all things geeky and nerdy and as enrichment, a way to make fitness more fun and engaging.
In Michael Pollan’s book Food Rules, he mentions that how we eat has as much bearing on our health and well-being as what we eat. So many diets out there focus 100% on what to eat. But not as many focus on the how.
Big confession time: I haven’t written a freaking word in three weeks. Nothing on Fandom Fitness, nothing on Positive Reinforcement is Not a Burger After the Gym. No book proposal, no Healthy You, Healthy Earths, and no blog posts- no workouts, no recipes, no healthy tips.
A few weeks ago, I presented a ZooFit talk at a library on Whidbey Island. My old stomping grounds and the place where ZooFit started getting off the ground.
Happy New Year, fellow ZooFitters! Welcome 2020! What a year it is going to be! Read More “Making 2020 the Best Year Ever for ZooFit”
It is a fitness tradition to create a special workout for your birthday. I find this hilarious, because almost all my workouts are special. How can I choose just one? Read More “ZooFit Workout- Happy Birthday, PJ!”
There really aren’t many times I can say a single conversation has changed my life. But going down to Seattle for a dear friend’s birthday brought on one of the most incredible discussions I’ve had in a long, long time. Read More “Just Say Hello”
November is NaNoWriMo- National Novel Writing Month. It’s so exciting to spend a whole month working diligently on a novel, or whatever your project may be (I did a NaNoWriMo one year working on essays, another on articles). But NaNo can take it’s toll on our overall health and well-being, as writers are notorious sitters. Our legs cramp up and get super tight, but we peg away on our keyboards.