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Forum Post: Signals that he's just not into you
Posted 12/27/2012 11:42:26 EST
Major sign - He's not making an effort. If you are doing the majority of the work then there is a serious problem. He's not into you and you need to stop seeing him. When a man is interested then he w more »
Forum Post: What lessons have you learned from life?
Posted 11/23/2011 05:25:00 EST
Take responsibility for your life. Don't look to blame others or anything because that robs you of power to change your life. No one has the answers. We make mistakes. Knowledge is incomplete and not more »
Posted 11/23/2011 05:20:50 EST
In Response to Re: What lessons have you learned from life?: In Response to Re: What lessons have you learned from life? : We're all only responsible for our own decisions. Your friend made bad choic more »
Posted 11/23/2011 05:17:26 EST
What doesn't kill you doesn't always make you stronger. It can make you weaker. Treat others and yourself with care. Be careful of beliefs because they can be powerful and wrong. Don't be afraid to ch more »
Posted 11/23/2011 05:13:34 EST
The more I learn the less I understand. Knowledge is vast and understanding dim. The more answers we obtain the more questions are generated. Lesson is humility. Not much is really personal. Not every more »
Forum Post: What would it take to get commuters out of cars and into trains?
Posted 10/27/2011 04:58:33 EDT
They used to have a train that went up and down Rte 9 that my grandfather used to tell me about but I don't know any more details than that unfortunately. Anything that saves commuters time and money more »
Posted 07/16/2011 04:52:03 EDT
What got me using public transportation was a desire to be more productive so I figured if someone else was driving then I could read or work. I ended up being able to do that as well as met some very more »
Forum Post: What is your favorite exercise?
Posted 07/16/2011 04:41:45 EDT
Running is great when in conjunction with other exercises. The key is to mix it up. That will help avoid overuse injuries and make sure that you are working your entire body in different ways. You'll more »
Posted 07/16/2011 04:39:34 EDT
Pilates - planks - they work everything - and you get stretching so while one area or group is working - another group is stretching - it's progressive - very easy to do and proven - 80+ years. It's c more »
Forum Post: What are your biggest pet-peeves when working out?
Posted 03/11/2011 05:07:41 EST
Not wiping down equipment after use Circuit training - one user hogs 3 or 4 machines - gets upset if you interrupt flow Women that talk and congregate in the dressing room - one pair of shoes in big l more »
Forum Post: What's your favorite quirky exercise?
Posted 03/06/2011 08:49:55 EST
High Intensity Interval Training - H.I.T. Training You do hard exercises for 2 to 3 minutes than a recovery for a minute. You can do just about anything. You can do a minute of strength training or a more »
Forum Post: New Year resolutions for staying fit?
Posted 01/03/2011 05:49:55 EST
I meant to say that exercise increases your pain tolerance requiring less medication. It's healthier for you. *manage instead of mange -- oops! Add variety to your work out about every 6 to 8 weeks. I more »
There are no quick and easy fixes for living a healthy and enjoyable life. You have to find a way to enjoy working out and keeping active. If you can do that then you will never be poor or bored. more »
I am fit now and have been fit my entire life. It's a life long endeavor. You have to enjoy moving your body and staying active. There is no trick except how to mange it and have fun. If you have fun more »
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