Motivation – to lose weight, run a marathon, climb a mountain, start a business – yeah, that’s great. But, discipline, well that’s another thing.
A majority of people spend a majority of time working inside a box – a relatively small framework of space. Days are spent sitting in front of a computer with arms extended only elbow distance away, evenings are spent binging on Netflix with arms extended only far enough to make the remote work.
Here’s the next challenge … MOVE IT! (You had to have seen that one coming.)
When we talk about “processed food,” however, we’re really talking about highly processed food or ultra-processed food – food that has been altered, sometimes drastically, to preserve or change the characteristic of food.
Very often, New Year’s resolutions involve losing weight or improving fitness. We buy health equipment, gym memberships and diet books, only to have our hopes fizzle with the first cupcake. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
It all started with a picture my son sent me. But first I have to explain … The ideal vision for my century-old French Norman home lies somewhere between Parisian chic and French brothel; which is to say classy, of course, but why stop there when you can go completely...
One of our immutable traditions for Thanksgiving, besides the food, is going around the table and saying what we’re thankful for. It’s my favorite part of Thanksgiving.
My friend April had a great idea: “you should write a blog about the best French gifts for Christmas!” So with my best champagne-glass-half-full attitude, I’ve put together a list of bright ideas to help you with your holiday shopping.
I learned a lesson about learning French. But in typical Kelley fashion, I have to circle the block a couple of times before getting to the point …