Wellness Challenge?

Wellness Challenge?  Today.  Tomorrow. Next week.  Next month. Next year.

Huh?  Exactly.  I need to remind myself of this every single day.

Wellness – physical well being – is not something that I can take lightly. Most people understand this.  And yet, the pressures of our lives can make it so challenging to be well, that we succumb to the pressure.

What happens next? We all know the answer to this, don’t we?

So, knowing the answer, what are we going to do about it?  What am I gonna do about it?  What are you going to do about it?  Today, I mean. Seriously.

What will your wellness challenge be today?  Carpe diem.

The Art of Health

The art of health is not something I’ve ever heard people refer to, much less talk about with any depth or consistency.  Why?

Great question.  Why do you think?

I’d like to invite you readers, and I know you’re out there, to get involved with Lane 8 and feel comfortable leaving comments.  No expectations that you leave comments, but hope that you will.

Been blogging daily at Lane 8 for seven months or so and can’t say with certainty that I’ve made it crystal clear that comments are more than welcome.  In fact, in the grand scheme, comments will help shape a sense of Healthy Community, as we all deal with our health and wellness challenges.

PS. One of the risks of blogging, if you aren’t aware, is how vulnerable and exposed the blogger becomes. Maybe there’s an art to healthy blogging.  Maybe not. 🙂

Lane 8 Patience Is Genius

“Genius is nothing but a greater aptitude for patience”.Gerorges Louis Leclerc de Buffon

Isn’t it amazing how impatient we can be? It certainly is to me.  Whenever I start to think patience has been mastered, another unexpected test comes along.  One that tests my patience in new ways.

And these tests come out of nowhere.  And many times, from extremely innocent surroundings,  when we least expect it.

“You can not teach patience with impatience”. jeff noel

You will never succeed at overcoming your wellness challenges if you are impatient.  This is one of the fundamental laws of self improvement.  One of the hardest lessons I’ve ever had to learn.