Monthly archives for March, 2010

Input without output can lead to stagnation

According to Gallup, two of my top strengths are input and learner. Basically this means that I enjoy learning new things and that the process is exciting for me. I don’t necessarily want to become a master at everything, I just want to learn to do as many things as possible that interest me. This

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I made it: Pillowcase Dress

I follow way too many craft blogs, but they provide great inspiration for me. I find tons of projects that I just can’t wait to try, and I love all of the fun tutorials that crafty bloggers put together. The other day, I came across a tutorial for a pillowcase dress from the Prudent Baby

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I made it: Appliqued Tie Shirt

I wanted to make an appliqued tie shirt to coordinate with Leila’s new pillowcase dress, so I searched through my blog list and found this tutorial from Char at Crap I’ve Made. This was such a fun project because Joe was excited about helping me, and it only took 20 minutes! The only problem I

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Foam Roller: Middle & Upper Back

Lie face up with foam roller under your upper back and feet flat on the floor. Roll from the top of your back to the middle of your back in small movements with your hips elevated off the floor. If you find a spot that is particularly painful, hold for 30 seconds before moving on. Be

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Foam Roller: Piriformis

Sit on foam roller with it positioned under your right glute. Cross your right leg over your left and lean into the muscle. Roll back and forth in small movements while shifting your body slightly to roll all of the muscle. If you find a spot that is particularly painful, hold for 30 seconds before

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Foam Roller: IT Band

Lie on your right side and place your right hip onto the foam roller. Place your hands on the floor for support. Cross your left leg over your right with foot flat on the floor. Roll from your hip towards your knee in small movements. If you come across a spot that is particularly painful,

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Child’s Pose

From a kneeling position, bring your arms out in front of you, sink your hips back into your heels, and rest your chest on your knees. Sink into the pose and relax all of your muscles. Hold for 30-60 seconds.

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