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Education Fitness Can you get down & up off the floor? It’s amazing what we can learn from trying! One of my most recent reads is Built to Move by Kelly Starrett and Juliet Starrett. I want to share this book because it’s taught me so much. Kate Rowen Mar 17, 2024 4 min read Fitness Personal How a powerful wake-up call got me back to fitness I’m sure you’re familiar with the term ‘wake-up call’. It involves an experience where you realise something in your life has to change. Kate Rowen Mar 3, 2024 5 min read Education Fitness How I learned that underwear is the best foundation for exercise There are so many things to consider when getting organised for exercise and there are all practicalities to get sorted. Kate Rowen Feb 18, 2024 5 min read Education Fitness Outdoor exercise – are there real benefits or is it just a preference? The thing about my gym though is the HUGE windows with views of the sky, a lovely green playing field and a nearby park. Kate Rowen Feb 3, 2024 5 min read Personal How my birthday provokes reflection and a little sadness for my dad There’s something about having a birthday so soon after the new year that reinforces my excitement about a fresh new year ahead. Kate Rowen Jan 14, 2024 5 min read Personal Growth Happy new mindset – swap resolutions for fresh thinking in the new year A fresh new year is the time when many of us think about aspects of our lives we’d like to change and make resolutions accordingly. Kate Rowen Dec 31, 2023 5 min read
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