Charater Qualities, Consistency, faith, Life, Love, motivation, Priorities, Training the Mind

3 Tips on How to Be more Consistent

Self-Control isn't just saying the word "no", it's realizing that you make a choice no matter what you decide to do, whether it's give in or not. Consistency is not just detrimental to advancing, growing, or succeeding in any arena you enter, but it’s also huge in character building, to prepare you for the final… Continue reading 3 Tips on How to Be more Consistent

As A Person, Be Still, Cooling Down, Knowing Your Why, Letting Go and Letting God

Labeling Ourselves with Titles

The Danger of It and What to Do Instead For a long time I struggled with my thoughts.  Actually to be honest I still do.  It seems that my mind is a constant battle ground of trying to control what I think about. Thoughts of gossip or bitterness, thoughts of fantasy or things that aren’t… Continue reading Labeling Ourselves with Titles

As A Person, Be Still, Be You, Cooling Down, depression, faith, motivation, Training the Mind

The Gift of Journaling

And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death. Revelation 12:11

As A Person, Background/About, Be Still, Be You, Core, feelings, Knowing Your Why, Love, Our Focus, prayer, Priorities, running with God, The Beginning, Training the Mind

A Valentines Special

All of life is settled on love. I created a New Years letter for myself and friends, and decided to share it with you all down below.  Hope you enjoy!

As A Person, Be You, Cooling Down, running with God

3 Tips on How to End your Day Effectively

After much trial and error I have found the cool down that works best for me after I go for a run.  There are several things I will do, such as make an electrolyte drink, log how the workout went, and get ready for the day. Have you ever noticed when God created the earth… Continue reading 3 Tips on How to End your Day Effectively

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The Difference between Living with God Rather Than for Him

The difference between living for God rather than with Him is huge. Living for God is a servant mindset alone. Living with God is focused on a relationship.

Be You, Healthy Living, Life, Warming Up

The Perfect Morning Routine

I absolutely love my mornings!  My perfect morning routine changes as the years go by and consumes many of the morning hours, but when laid out, it looks pretty simple. Rise. Drink water and take minerals. Coffee. Quiet Time. Run. Breakfast. Work. I love this simple routine of mine, especially since I’m able to do… Continue reading The Perfect Morning Routine

back to the basics, prayer, Priorities, The Beginning, Warming Up

Don’t Overcomplicate Your Devotional Quiet Time

Before I go out for a run, I always have on my mind, “What should I do for a warm up today?” Stretching? Dynamic Stretching? Walk? Jog? I never know what I should do, so I usually default to a slow jog.        I’ve noticed this has actually become quite effective for me.  By starting… Continue reading Don’t Overcomplicate Your Devotional Quiet Time

back to the basics, Be You, Letting Go and Letting God, Warming Up

Starting Our Day Out on the Right Foot Changes Everything

What Everyone Ought to Know About Warming Up Before a Run Last week I mentioned how what I think about first thing in the morning seems to set the tone for the rest of the day.  You know how we use the phase, “I think I got up on the wrong side of the bed.”? … Continue reading Starting Our Day Out on the Right Foot Changes Everything

back to the basics, Knowing Your Why, Uncategorized, Warming Up

Your Key to Success: Nailing Down the Basics Part One

Every time we go out for a run, we know we need to prioritize our warm up. It’s what gets our muscles ready for the work ahead so we are at a lesser risk of injury. What makes us think that running the Christian life is any different? The way you start your day carries over into the following hours, just as the way you start your run greatly determines how well your workout goes.