Podcast: Sometimes You Just Have to Play

Welcome! and thank you for listening.  I just got back from Houston, Texas where we celebrated Addie Majnaric, RDN and the Diva aka my Mother’s birthdays.  We celebrated by playing.  We ran, went to TopGolf, and to the University of Houston’s football training facility.  A family that play’s together stays healthy together.  

The world can get way to complicated and we forget to just enjoy the moment.  Sometimes exercise is seen as a chore or a debt to be paid for eating or sitting in an office.  I would like to think of it as joy.  I am happiest when I am with my family, and being outside playing with them is even better.  

We all have struggles but sometime we get in our own way and sometime we need a jolt to make us realize just how great the simple things in life can be. 

If you need a little motivation, I suggest you watch a documentary called Emmanuel’s gift.  Emmanuel was born without a tibia so one of his legs was useless.  He did not let that define him but instead used it to propel him to help others.  He pedaled a bike across Ghana to show that great things can be achieved despite what others might perceive as physical challenges.  

We all struggle in one way or another.  Perhaps if we played more and took things a little less serious we would see that those perceived challenges and obstacles are really our own individual paths to shine.  It is not easy but,  if you play a little, the journey is even more sweet. 

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Thank you for listening.

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