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Awkward Pigeon Pose

By Cheryl Hansen As each podFLOW 1 class winds down—just when my heart is ready to chill and I begin to feel that sense of accomplishment—it happens: half pigeon pose or sleeping pigeon. Except [...]

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Sacred Cows

By Cheryl Hansen I was in a meeting several years ago in which the leader of the group challenged us to question any and every sacred cow that may be limiting our growth. Sacred cows, of course, [...]

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Time Keeps On Tickin’ Tickin’

By Cheryl Hansen   Time. I’m obsessed with it. When is that due? What time do I have to be there? When, for the love of God, do we spring forward already? (March 10; I looked.) Even more [...]

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What’s For Dessert

By Cheryl Hansen   Dessert is a big deal in my house—particularly to my 7-year-old daughter. She can be eating her favorite carb-laden meal, making yummy noises and still, she’ll ask: [...]

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Can’t Wait!

By Cheryl Hansen   My podFLOW 1 instructor today shared a story she heard on NPR about a woman whose near-death experience aptly changed her life. There was a mountain, broken bones, snow [...]

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Lessons From An Elf

By Cheryl Hansen   We succumbed to the whole “Elf on the Shelf” exercise a few years ago when Ellie the Elf joined our family. Both of my kids love her—despite the fact that she hasn’t [...]

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What A Feeling

By Cheryl Hansen   My son turned 10 this weekend. We had a cool party planned for Saturday—rock climbing, cupcakes, friends, fun. He’d been looking forward to it for a month. I was excited, [...]

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I Deserve It!

By Cheryl Hansen   I’ve been avoiding a much-needed gut check. “Why,” I’ve been asking myself, “do I revert to old habits? Why do I abandon successful strategies when I’m stressed or happy [...]

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Trading Traditions

By Cheryl Hansen   Holidays are full of traditions—from the décor and the music to the gift-giving and the meals. It all conjures up warm memories and happy feelings—or at least it does in [...]

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Eyes Wide Open

By Cheryl Hansen   I won a magazine-sponsored essay contest when I was in my late 20s. The prize, in many ways, was life changing. I was invited on a rafting trip down the Green River in [...]

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