Driven By Beauty

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Whether we like to admit it or not, no matter how shallow it sounds, it is true, we are wired to like beautiful things. Naturally then, we are more likely to enjoy a beautiful meal, a workout in a beautiful place, a fitness routine with beautiful form, or the beautiful feeling of a goal accomplished!

My point? When is the last time you focused on not just the beauty of weight loss or growing strong muscles, and focused on the beautiful fitness, health and wellness routine you are creating? Are you having trouble hitting goals or milestone targets? Are you bored of your routine? Do you like the food you’re eating? Does the idea of reaching your goal light a fire under your ass to go do it?! If not, then you need to find the beauty in these things, find the passion and desire to succeed by creating something you want to do, eat, or experience!

A few quick tips:

Make your food attractive and pick brightly coloured fruits and veggies, and even beans, seeds, and grains!

Take your fitness to a nice park, your backyard (outdoor space in your building, a terrace/courtyard perhaps?) find a yoga studio where you like the decor and feel comfortable, or a fitness gym/studio where the “toys” speak to fun and fitness in your language.

If your goal doesn’t offer strong drive for you, it’s time to revise or rewrite until the feeling you get when you think about achieving it–whether it’s crossing a finish line, feeling good walking by a mirror in the buff, on the beach in a bathing suit, or achieving a strength goal–is a beautiful feeling that has you magnetized and focused more on what you want for the long term than what may act as a distraction right now.

My Beautiful Goal: Did you know that cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada and 30% of all deaths in our country are from cancer?! I am working towards a beautiful goal of raising $2500 for the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting Princess Margaret Hospital and Cancer Research Centre and riding my bike 200km! But there’s a story behind my goal that keeps me driven and passionate and is a beautiful full circle; in fact Canadian Cycling Magazine thought it made a great story and published it! And that’s a beautifully awesome feeling! I feel so honoured and so grateful that perhaps my story could inspire others, maybe it could help you connect with the beauty and purpose behind your healthy lifestyle goals. You can check it out here. And if conquering cancer is a cause you’d like to support, I’m so grateful for any donation you’d like to contribute. You can sponsor me in the ride here (all proceeds got to the ride and you get a tax receipt too).

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The Eye That Beholds Beauty… Like A Boss!

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Happy May! It’s a new month and a new theme, this month we’re looking at beauty. May is a month when we can count on more beauty coming into our lives and it’s often so inspiring. There’s beautiful weather and beautiful flowers that start to spring up, these often bring beautiful smiles and much more beautiful attitudes and perspectives. And I hope for you it brings more beautiful days enjoyed in parks, on decks and docks, beaches and patios and other beautiful places nurturing beautiful relationships with friends and family. And, I will at the risk of sounding shallow, point out that to some degree most of us partake in fitness programs not only to have beautiful healthy insides, but also to enhance our outer beauty too.

I challenge you to start this month with finding the beauty in your everyday. We get caught up in our routines and go around on autopilot lost in thought much of the time, we forget to stop and smell the roses. It’s not just about the roses though, it’s in everything, even the things that seem the same day in and day out that aren’t actually all the same. If you take the time to notice you’ll see the finer details of difference that can keep a seemingly repetitive routine beautiful. You can actually stop and smell the roses, and try more: stuck in traffic crank tunes and enjoy your time to yourself, actually enjoy every sip of your coffee or every bite of your dinner (put down the mug/fork between sips/bites while feeling the texture and taste of it), focus on every rep/breath/stride of your workout, respond to texts or emails with thought (even if they’re not sent to you that way), talk to your local barista/grocery cashier.

At one time I wanted every day to be a brand new adventure, and thought the only way to see life’s beauty was by doing something brand new and out of the ordinary daily, for most of us this isn’t even remotely realistic; even if you’re on an adventure you still have to brush your teeth every day. You may notice the more memorable and enjoyable everyday moments aren’t the ones you were caught up in your thoughts, but paying attention to what’s going on, surely a new adventure helps to facilitate this, but it’s always available. It’s about how fresh you feel running your tongue across your just-brushed teeth (and other fine details of your routine) that we can appreciate the beauty of our everyday life.

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Are You Getting Fresh With Me?!

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On a final note of renewal for April we’re looking at food. Springtime offers a number of unique renewal opportunities when it comes to food. And so often the way we look at food is one of the bigger challenges in getting fit and healthy. Spring offers a few fresh perspectives:

Changes in cravings: Often comes spring we’ll actually want to eat more of the fresh seasonal foods available. I’ve heard this time and again, and have many years experienced it myself. Take this opportunity to stray from your grocery list and adopt a new habit such as a big bowl of fruit for breakfast. Listen to those cravings of wanting those baby greens, fresh fruit and the more readily available or locally grown fare.

Opportunity to try something new: if you’ve never tried a fiddlehead, spring garlic, or baby broccoli, spring is the only time you’ll find them. They are some of the few foods that aren’t conventionally grown for the purpose of consumption in their early days, or only grow at this time of year and aren’t grown for mass consumption. If you have tried them before, don’t forget about them. Adding diversity to your healthy diet keeps boredom from setting in and can help keep you on track– that’s not only relevant to spring but anytime you feel tired of the same old thing, look for a new recipe using healthy foods you don’t normally choose.

Opportunity to grow your own: this may not be for everyone on a grand scale, but trust me when I say you can grow chives, for example. Growing food does take time and effort and having a full veggie garden isn’t something everyone can commit to (so awesome if you can!). But even growing a few herbs on a windowsill is very rewarding and feels so nice compared to dried herbs or even fresh ones from the store. I remember my first attempt at growing food lacked grand success but those few cherry tomatoes (four I think, harvested at different times, and shared with my partner) are experiences I won’t forget. Not only did they bring greater awareness to the overall process and effort required to produce food, but there is a sense of satisfaction (if not for your stomach with such small yields) and appreciation for that food you just don’t get with picking up a piece of produce from the grocery store. And since then I’ve had success growing some more substantial amounts and varieties. I’ll probably never be a farmer, but trust me when I say you can grow chives (you might actually have trouble not growing more chives than you want or need if you don’t contain them in a pot!).

So are you getting fresh with me this spring?!

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Be A Space Case

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If you’ve been having trouble implementing some of the previous renewal suggestions so far this month despite your efforts perhaps it’s a space case: we are so loaded down with stuff and schedules and to-do lists, we often haven’t created enough space in our lives for these things.

Think about how much harder it is to get things done in a messy space, how helpless we feel in a dirty or crowded space, and how challenging it is to remember to do and implement new habits into your routine when you feel like you’re overwhelmed by an already packed schedule. Does something here really speak to the way you are currently living? If so perhaps you need to be a space case.

If you’re already feeling challenged or helpless and time pressed and lost in a mess, this all sounds fantastic and ideal, but how and where to start?! Nike have a good point when they say “just do it”. Of course not all at once, but rather than ponder and dread and procrastinate and avoid the problem face it head on, in a manageable 10 minute chunk of time if you have to.

1. If time is an issue address your calendar first. What’s in there that’s making you feel overwhelmed, that you said “yes” to when “no” was really ok? Or what is an old habit in your routine that you know you don’t need to do? Make some time priorities for yourself, and really question the validity of “have to” outside of work and obligations that will truly cost you, or meetings and events you really will regret missing. Now you’ve likely found at least a few minutes to spare.

2. As a matter of priorities you manage to find time to do lots of tv watching, facebook creeping newsfeed cruising, internet surfing (we’ve all been click baited into an hour of time wastage before whether we like to admit it or not, and then wondered why we wasted that hour), and probably even useless/junk email checking. So when the thought crosses your mind that you should put down the remote, the mouse, or the phone because you know you’re wasting time: just do it and don’t look back. You will never regret missing a binge session of Storage Wars or 25 gifs of the most epic fails.

3. Now that you’ve got some time, start looking at your space even if you think “all I needed was a bit more time”, but have a cluttered or messy space, your mind may still have a level of overwhelm you don’t recognize due to being “used to it”. Use some of this time rather than making new habits and filling up your schedule again to make some life space, or work space, creative or family or active or spiritual or even cooking/food prep and eating space. Make your living spaces places you want to spend time and enjoy yourself. Spaces you find aesthetically pleasing.

4. If all of this seems scary and out of your comfort zone that’s a good thing. Often fear is an opportunity to move and grow into “better” people to ourselves and our family, but is a stretch outside of our idea of what we’re capable of, or challenges us to accept a different belief than one we’ve been carrying around for a long time. Be scared and do it anyhow! The reason we procrastinate and fill our time with non-meaningful activities is often our excuse not to be who we want to be or achieve what we want to achieve. Comfort zones are important and gut feelings are too, don’t get me wrong, but can we all acknowledge that many times they are hindering and holding us back? Allow yourself to be scared and move through it, don’t wait to not be scared of something new or different. You may never get over that fear, but you may step out of it and realize it’s usually very freeing and not as fearsome as you thought.

5. Embrace this idea: failure is awesome! Fear of failure to embrace a new change, let go of an old habit or something that once meant a lot to us stops us because maybe we failed at it, or something like it before, but failure is usually inevitable prior to success. You walk don’t you? Ever seen a toddler walk on the first or even the fiftieth attempt? I’m sure you get the point here, and to add to it often failure comes with fantastic lesson(s) with each attempt. We wouldn’t have most of the many amazing tools we use every day if failing was a sign we should give up on something. So go ahead and fail at any or all of this; just renew your “can-do” attitude and try try again!

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The NINJA: April 2015

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As seasoned readers of this blog know. I love my blog, but not such a great fan of complicated technology, so the weekly blog gets posted here, but in order to keep the high quality look to my newsletter you’ll have to bang out one more click. Thanks for the love ninjas!

I-I-I-I’m Staying Alive + 8 More Reasons to Breathe Deeply

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Smile, breathe, and go slowly
-Thich Hnat Hanh

Spring is here, officially anyhow. Whether or not the weather is in agreement with the celestial cycles is a different story. Regardless, I see it creeping into people’s behaviours, myself included, although we’ve only had a small taste, the change is coming! Although most of us are urban dwellers who essentially deny any relation to nature per se our seasonal behaviours are undeniable. And so I, and many others have begun cleaning out closets and purging of old stuffs. This is also a fantastic time to adopt new habits, and to take on some healthy practices (anytime is,now however, is a time when people seem to be gaining momentum and motivation to assist their new habits).

If you pick up only one healthy renewing habit this year let it be this. Breathe. I know you do it every day, all the time. Recently I was told by someone they already know how to breathe, not sarcastically, but breath practice is the easiest way to:

Stay alive. And now that we have that out of the way its other benefits include

Reset your nervous system to low stress, calm

Begin a relaxation or meditation practice

Give your body what it craves most. More than chocolate, coffee and even water!

Brings you immediately back to the present moment

Releases toxins, more so and more consistently than any other system

Overall efficiency of your body systems. The primary “nutrient” your body requires is oxygen, pretty much nothing works without it for more than a few seconds.

Improves posture. Breath practices encourage the same muscles because full deep breaths require good posture, so you end up practicing and enforcing that too.

It’s uplifting and energizing. If you think that contradicts the first point, it kind of does. Quick as possible explanation: when you’re stressed your nervous system is in fight or flight mode, since it’s an evolutionary thing our bodies don’t know that we can’t log on to the Skype meeting of our lives, it’s like “AAAAAHHH! Run! Bear!”. You couldn’t possibly stop and take a few deep breaths if you were being chased by a bear, so your system goes into calm mode right away, even if you still can’t log on to Skype. On the other hand, when you’re feeling tired a few deep breaths bring oxygen to your brain and muscles, and returns you to the present moment, creating an uplifting and energizing effect. Tada! Non-conflicting contradiction.

So, if only for 2 minutes, find the time to just breathe. Fully and deeply in through your nose, into your belly, then expanding your ribs out as much as you can, into the upper chest lifting those last few ribs until you’ve inhaled as much and as fully (but not necessarily forcefully) as you can. Now passively exhaling through mouth or nose, not forcing out the last bits creating a vacuum, just until your naturally inclined to breathe in again. Remembering the brief pauses at the beginning and end of each inhalation.

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The Final Key to Being Lucky!

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You’ve heard it before, and if you train with CREATE you’ve also learned that it’s part of the mental training involved in our training programs, because mental fortitude it part of one’s ability to follow through with the physical training portion. After all, there’s only a little time spent with a trainer each week and it’s a trainer’s job to ensure you get the job done when we’re not around too! So here it is: gratitude. I know sometimes I sound like Oprah’s parrot, however, she really is spot on with this one. And when it comes to luck how could you possibly feel unlucky if you are already so grateful for what you already have? When you are grateful for what you already have you feel pretty darn lucky by default of your appreciation. You wouldn’t feel so grateful for your home and feel so unlucky you had to replace the deck (sound familiar?), or cracked the kitchen tile, or need to paint the dining room, especially when you’re already following through with steps 1 and 2 of luckiness: taking personal responsibility and seeing the opportunities in everything, respectively. You’ll see how that works with anyone of these examples, or most any other you can dream up. If you take responsibility for the fact that you may have bought a house with a problematic deck, or that you dropped your iron on your kitchen tile, or that you painted a sunny room a dark colour, now it’s faded unevenly and too soon, you realize this is not unlucky, but all under the umbrella of your doing and not much surprise.Step 2, recognizing opportunity: you realize you can redesign the deck to suit your needs, or have an excuse to rid the kitchen of tiles you really hated but couldn’t justify replacing, until now, or that dark colour really closed up the room and made it seem smaller than it was, but you can change it now. Now aren’t you grateful for your home and those seemingly miserable and unlucky situation? Now you know they are actually disguised opportunities of good fortune in your favour!

Yes! This works for fitness, health, and wellness too, I’ll provide another example, but abstract and seemingly unrelated examples are best for swaying opinion initially. Yes, I’m trying to sway your opinion, because few people when given the next example really want to do step 1. Now the example, a very common situation: you’re overweight and have been diagnosed pre-diabetic and have high blood pressure.

Let’s face it, it’s difficult and not fun to acknowledge that while our parents perhaps fed us junk that for the most part we are responsible for how we got to any given place when it comes to our health as adults. If genetics play a part? Especially if genetics play a part then it’s important to take responsibility for our health prior to problems arising.

Unfortunately, we can’t even begin to recover from these ills until we take responsibility, you can cover them up and control them with medication, but recovery and curing them requires first acknowledging how you got there and who’s responsible for getting you out. But rejoice, as you realize you’re the one behind the wheel, there’s grand opportunity to steer wherever you want to go, that’s step 2 of being lucky, just seeing opportunity to rectify any problem, and even improve an already good situation which would perhaps roll around once your health is in the clear.

But how to be grateful in such a seeming mess? Well there are lots:
1. It’s still all reversible with health and exercise.
2. You were diagnosed, that’s no trip in an ambulance and a hospital stay!
3. They are all common illnesses so there’s lots of science and research behind them and their treatments.
4. You can control them with drugs until diet and lifestyle take over.
5. You will not only get healthier, you’ll feel awesome!
6. And heck, you probably won’t complain when your clothes fit you better or you can get into something you love but hasn’t fit in ages.
7. You will also be pretty grateful when walking, stairs, and perhaps even some partner-based activities *wink wink* are neither painful, exhausting, or leave you with limited ability to do other lifestyle activities because your muscles are sore.
8. So thankful you don’t have to worry about having a heart attack anytime you run to catch the streetcar, chase your niece, your dog, or any need to run in general.

A list of so many for a mere example is to prove the point that there is a whole lot of luck even when it seems you’ve run out. You see luck is really not some metered commodity acquired from horseshoes, clovers, or a rabbit’s foot (God forbid, Riley O’Hare is grateful for that!), nor lessened via black cats, ladders or sidewalk cracks. Luck is a frame of mind and when those 3 steps combine forces, you’ve got a mindset that can make you the luckiest person in the world, likewise you could have everything you ever wanted, but if you blamed everyone but yourself, never saw any opportunity to omprove, and didn’t appreciate what you had when you had it all, you’d not feel very lucky at all. A lucky mindset also takes practice, you have to be aware of what you think, and choose a mindset that’s congruent with luck, most of us just react to our thoughts and get carried away with worst case scenarios and the negative.

So stay aware, grab a hold of that wheel, and look for the most appealing turnoffs (even if you didn’t see them on the map at first glance), and thank goodness you keep on rolling!

“Be thankful for what you have and you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have you will never ever have enough.”
(okay okay, I’m very much) -Oprah Winfrey (‘s parrot today.)

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Hwo to Get Lucky: $#%&in’ Horseshoes, Commanding Genies, and Other Seemingly Unlikely Miracles

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Happy March! The theme this month is Luck; thank you to the folks of Ireland for your St. Patrick’s Day inspiration, slightly less gratitude for novel but very unhealthy alcohol with artificial colour, so much fun, but not at all conducive to health. And now for what you all came for: getting lucky 😉

I hate to break it to you but luck isn’t as much about little men in stockings, shamrocks, rainbows and pots of gold as you’d hoped. In fact if it was, there would be far more men donning striped stockings and green culottes in our day-to-day lives I believe.

The 1st step to being lucky is actually personal responsibility. And now you see why luck seems so out of reach for most. We are the biggest saboteurs of our own fortune. We are always ready to point a finger at someone (or something) else or make an excuse as to why our behaviour that totally fails to serve us was acceptable under the circumstances. How can you be lucky when you don’t even prepare yourself for luck to come in and graciously assist? If you aren’t at least on your way to partial success, at what point do you think luck is going to jump in and say “hey, I know you’re not even willing to put in a half-hearted effort, in fact I’m pretty much psychic and just know what you want because really your actions barely indicate what you say you want at all, but that’s okay, I’ll just fix all that up for you.”? When you’re ready to own all that you do to make or break yourself you’ll be far more on your way to getting really lucky.

Most of the time luck isn’t nearly as random as you might think. Most of the time the luck as we know it actually comes from some action already being taken in the right direction and then “luck” comes along, but if it was just a thought in your head and you were in fact doing nothing (or worse, the opposite of what you needed to be) that luck might not come to you because it wasn’t obvious you were after something seriously. Let’s say you want to lose 40 pounds, and you tell your friend that you’ve started working out a couple times a week and invite them to join you sometime, you’re out to lunch and you choose a grilled-cheese because you’ve been really craving one and this restaurant makes one to die for, but you get greens on the side and soda water. While you’re dining your friend tells you, ”No, you should come workout with me”, their brother-in-law owns a gym and has told your friend to come by anytime with friends for a complimentary class. You go and make an awesome new connection with a couple of the class participants who happen to have a small training group twice a week, and they keep each other accountable the rest of the time. They invite you to join them as one friend just moved way and they’re looking for someone to be a 4th in their group. “Oh my gosh, I’m just so lucky to have randomly met them on this one-time visit , Is what you might say about that series of events, this is true, that’s pretty fortunate. Now, same scenario but you don’t invite your friend to join you for a workout (so who knows if you’re actually doing it) and instead of the salad and soda you get the fries and upgrade to poutine. You seem far less committed, and your friend never mentions their great offer because why waste their time? To them you are clearly all talk and no action.

This is not to say that you don’t really really really want to lose 40 pounds, but that reality is stuck in your mind and the world isn’t seeing it. You have to be responsible for your personal behaviour because while you generally don’t have to seek out luck for it to find you, you do have to take some action to get noticed. Action that speaks to your intention to actually follow through on what you say you want.

Step 1 to luck: No whining, complaining, excuses, justifying or blaming. These usually only serve to console your ego into acting like you aren’t at the helm of your ship. That’s lying to yourself, even if things are “out of control” nobody has more power over your life than you do. So stop it taking a big unlucky dump on your life! It can be challenging and requires responsibility, accountability, and taking action, but it’s a much more rewarding lifestyle, after all it leaves you open to frequent bouts of getting lucky!

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It Made the Children Laugh and Play: advanced lessons in loving life

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How come we never think of adults laughing and playing? How come when we do we generally only think of them doing so with a child or if they’re drunk.

As adults we often forget to spend time doing fun stuff, like playing with your friends, and recreational activities, or what I consider advanced tactics in loving life.

Sure it sounds basic, and yes, some things are no longer as much fun when you’re grown up, but others are. Sometimes even more so because as adults we have fewer rules confining our creativity and behaviours, basically just laws as opposed to parentally defined rules as well as all laws.

So why is this an advanced lesson?

Well most of the time that you choose not to have fun is due to fear of what people will think of your choice activity and how you’re doing it. It’s why you’re not first on the dance floor, why you didn’t try sea kayaking on your last vacation, and why you didn’t dress up for Halloween even though you had a great costume idea. It’s why you’ve only ever sang with 7 other people at karaoke. Truly I don’t know what you’ve missed out on, but the fear of judgment from stuffy people isn’t worth not laughing and playing, and I guarantee you’ve missed out doing a lot based on fear of judgment or unknown outcomes of your attempt.

We are so good at getting in our own way, and keeping ourselves from the love-filled lives we deserve. When elderly people were asked what they regretted all of the things they wish they’d done more is the laughing, the playing, the friends and family and the taking of risks. I can’t tell you what to do, only that you it’s worth stepping out of your comfort zone even if you must awkwardly toss your limbs one at a time over the hurdle. There is a grand freedom to enjoying play and not letting those who are less happy get you down with their contemptuous glares. Forget what unhappy people Get out of your own way and go play.

Advanced Play Techniques Demonstrated Below

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The NINJA: February 2015

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Happy February! Hope you’re loving the month of love, even if Valentine’s Day is over.

After extensive research CREATE has found that while the written blog publishes beautifully here, the monthly newsletter The NINJA really doesn’t do so well with all of the images and “stuff”, it simply looks better on my own site, but we’d loathe to deprive you of such awesomeness, so here’s the link to this month’s The NINJA: the latest and greatest in creating your awesomeness!

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