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I Give Up

By Cheryl Hansen   Carrot sticks or French fries? Netflix or yoga? Diet coke or water? Getting healthy and strong and confident comes from making good choices a hundred times a day. It’s all [...]

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Don’t Tell Me What To Do!

By Cheryl Hansen   I have control issues. Just ask my husband. Or my kids, friends, co-workers, dog and Mother Nature. My desire to control everything around me doesn’t necessarily lead to [...]

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Mystery Solved?

By Cheryl Hansen   I’m a big fan of mysteries. I like to read crime thrillers and I watch a lot of “Dateline”—I mean, who wouldn’t want to hang out with Keith Morrison? I fancy myself a [...]

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Just Keep Swimming

By Cheryl Hansen   Neither of my kids has embraced a sport yet, and their sensitive selves may not be cut out for competition. I’ve always been pretty open-minded about their [...]

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Bitter Sweet

By Cheryl Hansen   Sugar is sweet, inviting. Sugar supports me at my worst and celebrates with me at my best. Sugar is always happy. I can count on Sugar. But Sugar is not my friend. I’ve [...]

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Therapy Session

By Cheryl Hansen Is the world stressing us all out more than our parents? Is it actually more stressful or are we just less able to deal with it? I ask because nearly everyone I know is either [...]

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COMFORT

By Cheryl Hansen Sometimes it seems as if comfort is a bad thing. Comfort food is typically beige, usually soft. We’re always told to get out of our comfort zones. And wearing sweats to the New [...]

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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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Eat Like

By Cheryl Hansen   If only I ate like a bird…   I don’t mean I want to peck at my food and eat nothing but crumbs all day. I don’t even mean eating miniscule “bird-like” amounts—birds [...]

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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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