PIIT1.0 by Cassey Ho

PIIT28 1.0 is a fitness program I found last year with the help of Instagram. It’s actually pretty funny because I was trying to get over my knee injury so I started practicing sports with no knee impact (like swimming, yoga and pilates) and suddenly I started these yoga challenges and then I found out about Cassey (most known as Blogilates).

As I was getting stronger, I was able to perform most of the Beginners Calendar program and then, I made the jump to get PIIT28 1.0 because all of my InstaYogaFriends said they loved it and they were always uploading this before/after pictures and I wanted to see if PIIT28 worked for me, too!

I got a juicy discount in the last months of 2016 to get PIIT28 and here we are!

PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho

PITT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho is a fitness program that lasts 28 days for round and 28 minutes per session. It has the fitness calendar, the Instagram challenge calendar, +70 GIFs to help you remember the movements, +15 videos to work along with you and 2 books! One with all the program and the other with the stretching program.

Here I’m talking about the first book.

I know most of the people just need the videos of the gifs (I work out with the gifs only and turn on my music, for example) but it’s important to read the theory of the program, the right movements of every exercise, the posture techniques and what you have to take care of when following PIIT28.

It’s important because PITT stands for Pilates Intense Interval Training, which means it is really hard and you should take care of all the details before diving in. For example, I gave a look at everything I could before my first session because of the knee injury and my joints. Been slowly moving forward since then.

This book was launched back in April 2016 and it can be read everywhere since it’s an ebook (the program, too! All the videos are in a dedicated server and it doesn’t matter where you are in the world or how good your Internet is, you can always choose the quality of the videos to fit your needs!).

You can read the book if you get the PIIT28 1.0 package here.

If you’re asking WHY would you need to read a book about a fitness program, I might get you. But you really need to read at least this one because it has all the general map of the program, the details of every session, the posture techniques and, my favorite, the modified exercises (when you’re starting, you need to modify some exercises because PITT is wild the first round!).

There’s no way to read the book only, you have to get the program but, good news, it’s only $39USD.

This book is meant for PIITsters, popsters and fitness lovers who want to challenge themselves. You don’t need to be a pro in the gym, you just have to have the courage to love your body enough to move around with it. ❤

If you want to know more about the program I’m following (currently on day 16!), read about PIIT28 1.0 here.

Favorite quotes from PIIT28 by Cassey Ho.

  1. If you want it this BAD ENOUGH, you will figure out a way to KEEP GOING.
  2. You don’t need the gym. All you need is your bodyweight, a yoga mat, a pair of sneakers, and the commitment to make a mental and physical change.
  3. It’s about moving with purpose and understanding that all your strength truly emanates from your core.
  4. (PIIT28) will improve posture and relieve back pain.
  5. Exercise that consumes more oxygen burns more calories!
  6. The more lean muschle you have, the more calories you will be burning overall.
  7. HIIT stimulates production of your human growth hormone (HGH) by anywhere between 400-700% during the first 24 hours after you finish your workout.
  8. HGH is known as the “anti-aging” hormone because the decline of HGH is what drives the aging process and is what makes you look and feel older.
  9. When standing place your feet about hip width apart and slightly bend your knees. Never lock them!
  10. In high plank, your palms should always be under your shoulders, fingers spread in their “power position” so that you can grip the mat confidently.
  11. There is no easy way or short cut when it comes to exercising effectively.
  12. Because muscle is heavier than fat, you may end up weighing more, but looking leaner.
  13. Give your muscles a break so that they can grow.
  14. I am going to guess that you feel stronger, more confident, and INVINCIBLE. THAT is what exercise does to you. It’s not just about the physical changes (though I bet you look like a sexy beast), it’s about how it makes you FEEL!
  15. YOU ARE AMAZING. Because you chose to fight through the pain, because you chose not to quit when you felt like you were going to die, because you chose to pick yourself up after feeling like a failure… you will now be rewarded with this self-created POWER that no one can take away from you.
  16. The only people who are eligible to receive this tank are those who have completed the PIIT28 Challenge in its entirety.
  17. If you love the prograss you’ve seen so far, feel free to do another round of PIIT28 1.0! But this time… go lower in your lunges and go faster in your burpees. Work for speed and performance.
  18. If you want more PIIT, and you want CRAZIER PIIT… just wait. I always have something prepared for you.
  19. For those of you who crave weight lifting, this will satisfy your needs.
  20. Confidence is like a muscle. The more you work it, the stronger it gets.

I’ll review the PIIT28 1.0 program when I finish it, I’m currently on day 16. BUT if you just can’t wait to dive in, read all about it here.

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50 frases de libros interesantes que leí el 2017

Suelo escribir esta entrada el día 31 de diciembre de cada año pero esta vez estaba en medio del ciclo aún. Me estaba preparando para mi último examen de Mecánica de los Sólidos 2.

Pero no por no poder hacerlo “en tiempo” significa que iba a perder esta tradición tan bonita que me ha costado construir, así que, sin más, aquí comparto las 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2017. ❤

50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2017.

  1. Clarity of calling comes more through a series of deliberate decisions than it does through any sudden revelation. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  2. Stretching regularly is beneficial because it increases your rage of motion (which will improve your PIIT practice), it relaxes the body and mind, prevents sore joints, and will help you reduce your risk of injury. Get Flexy by Cassey Ho.
  3. This is the paradox of vocation. We think that passion comes first, that our desire is primary; but if we are truly called, the work always comes before we are ready. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  4. If you want this BAD ENOUGH, you will figure out a way to KEEP GOING. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  5. You don’t need the gym. All you need is your bodyweight, a yoga mat, a pair of sneakers, and the commitment to make a mental and physical change. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  6. It’s about moving with purpose and understanding that all your strength truly emanates from your core. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  7. The beauty of a bridge is you don’t have to see too far ahead in order to get to the other side. You just have to take the next step. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  8. There is no easy way or short cut when it comes to exercising effectively. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  9. Because muscle is heavier than fat, you may end up weighing more, but looking leaner. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  10. Give your muscles a break so they can grow. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  11. YOU ARE AMAZING. Because you chose to fight through the pain, because you chose not to quit when you felt like you were going to die, because you chose to pick yourself up after feeling like a failure… you will now be rewarded with this self-created POWER that no one can take away from you. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  12. Confidence is like a muscle. The more you work it, the stronger it gets. PIIT28 1.0 by Cassey Ho.
  13. According to some yoga experts, three complete routines of sun salutation every morning and three complete routines of moon salutation in the evening are equivalent to an hour of jogging and other calisthenics. Each salutation usually takes only 3 to 5 minutes. That would sum up to only 20 to 30 minutes of workout a day. Yoga: for Beginners: Your Guide to Master Yoga Poses while calming your mind, be stress free, and boost your self-esteem! by Alexander Yamashita.
  14. Yoga should not hurt. Always listen to your body. If something is hurting, that’s a sign that you pressed your current capabilities a little too hard. Ease up a bit. Be gentle with yourself. Always listen to what your body is saying and respect it. Yoga in Bed for All Ages by Lisa Shea.
  15. Release any stress about “doing it perfectly” and aim for “doing it the best I can today”. Yoga in Bed for All Ages by Lisa Shea.
  16. Think of each session as a curious exploration of where your body is today. Yoga in Bed for All Ages by Lisa Shea.
  17. Praise yourself for your efforts. Yoga in Bed for All Ages by Lisa Shea.
  18. The 28 Day Reset is not a diet. 28 Day Reset Challenge by Cassey Ho and Erin Woodbury.
  19. Gluten acts as a glue, giving bread its elasticity. It’s a difficult protein to digest, which is why people often retain water and feel bloated after consuming gluten – their digestive system just cannot break it down! 28 Day Reset Challenge by Cassey Ho and Erin Woodbury.
  20. Packaging will list sugar as up to 60 other names, including: raw sugar, corn syrup, honey, molasses, corn syrup, agave, cane sugar and more. 28 Day Reset Challenge by Cassey Ho and Erin Woodbury.
  21. Acceptable sugars: fresh fruits. 28 Day Reset Challenge by Cassey Ho and Erin Woodbury.
  22. Symptoms of intolerances include: bloating, stomach cramps, gas, digestive discomfort, fatigue, pimples and diarrhea. 28 Day Reset Challenge by Cassey Ho and Erin Woodbury.
  23. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There’s no point in being a damn fool about it. – W. C. FIELDS. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  24. Investigate the world, think about what you find beautiful, and don’t allow convention to dictate the answer. The Daily Post: Photography 101 by The Daily Post Editors. 
  25. Cuando alguien tiene un gesto con usted, lo único que puede decir es: gracias. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  26. Although you are confined to where you are and how many steps you can take, at no point are you locked into any direction. That’s the beauty of the move. Even when all other opportunities are exhausted, you can always pivot. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  27. Successful people and organizations don’t succeed in spite of failure; they succeed because of it. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  28. It’s nobody’s responsibility to make your dream come true. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  29. Repeated failure will toughen your spirit and show you with absolute clarity how things must be done. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  30. Sabía dentro de su corazón que no era capaz de desheredarlo, pero necesitaba darle un escarmiento, para que aprendiera a luchar por lo que era suyo, y no recibirlo en bandeja de plata. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  31. La noticia de un nieto puso una sonrisa en ese rostro duro. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  32. Y como siempre le sucedía, derramó una lágrima, solo una porque las otras se habían terminado en su juventud. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  33. No es necesario que lleguemos a querernos, solo que nos llevemos bien. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  34. Every calling is marked by a season of insignificance, a period when nothing seems to make sense. This is a time of wandering in the wilderness, when you feel alone and misunderstood. To the outsider, such a time looks like failure, as if your grasping at air or simply wasting time. But the reality is this is the most important experience a person can have if they make the most of it. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  35. Quizás nunca sabrás que casi morí contigo al creerte muerto. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  36. Y cuando creía que nadie la escuchaba te hablaba suavemente: a veces como a un niño y otras, como lo que eres, su amor. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  37. Lo único que puedes hacer es ponerte fuerte para que no te vuelva a suceder. El Contrato por Pilar Lepe.
  38. Color temperature is stated in Kelvin (K). The Daily Post: Photography 101 by The Daily Post Editors. 
  39. Cómo pueden llamar “nación” a un sitio poblado por individuos a los que no les interesa tener historia ni saber nada de su historia, un sitio poblado por individuos cuyo único interés es imitar a los militares y ser administradores de empresas. El Asco por Horacio Castellanos Moya.
  40. Resulta claro para cualquier persona mínimamente instruida que los políticos de este país tienen especialmente atrofiada la capacidad de lectura, a la hora de hablar se les nota que desde hace tiempo no ejercen su capacidad de lectura, resulta evidente que lo peor que les podría suceder a los políticos es que alguien los obligara a leer en voz alta ante un público, sería tremendo, Moya, te aseguro que en este país no hay necesidad de hacer un debate de ideas entre candidatos, resultaría suficiente prueba que los candidatos leyeran cualquier texto en voz alta ante un público, te juro que poquísimos políticos pasarían esta prueba de leer de corrido en voz alta. El Asco por Horacio Castellanos Moya.
  41. Si encendés la televisión a la hora del desayuno en todos los canales aparece un estúpido haciéndole las mismas preguntas estúpidas a un político que únicamente responde estupideces. El Asco por Horacio Castellanos Moya.
  42. My method is different. I do not rush into actual work. When I get an idea I start at once building it up in my imagination. I change the construction, make improvements and operate the device in my mind. It is absolutely immaterial to me whether I run my turbine in thought or test it in my shop. I even note if it is out of balance. There is no difference whatever, the results are the same. In this way I am able to rapidly develop and perfect a conception without touching anything. My Inventions by Nikola Tesla.
  43. Long ago I suffered from heart trouble until I discovered that it was due to the innocent cup of coffee I consumed every morning. My Inventions by Nikola Tesla.
  44. I had made up my mind to give my parents a surprise, and during the whole first year I regularly started my work at three o’clock in the morning and continued until eleven at the night, no Sundays or holidays excepted. My Inventions by Nikola Tesla.
  45. Kings have frequently lamented the miserable consequence of being born to great things, and wished they had been placed in the middle of the two extremes, between the mean and the great; that the wise man gave his testimony to this, as the standard of felicity, when the prayed to have neither poverty nor riches. Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.
  46. His heart was so full he could say no more to me. Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.
  47. Subsequent investigation showed that no matter what medium is employed, be it air, hydrogen, mercury vapor, oil or a stream of electrons, the efficiency is the same. It is a law very much like that governing the conversion of mechanical energy. My Inventions by Nikola Tesla.
  48. As I review the events of my past life I realize how subtle are the influences that shape our destinies. My Inventions by Nikola Tesla.
  49. A new idea must not be judged by its immediate results. My Inventions by Nikola Tesla.
  50. The true rewards are ever in proportion to the labor and sacrifices made. My Inventions by Nikola Tesla.

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Facts about El Salvador I want to remember forever II

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Long story short, I went to the Independence Day parade with my family and saw all these weapons. I didn’t know what exactly to feel so I thought that maybe I didn’t need to feel something or have an opinion about it. It was wiser to study the whole history about my country and find amazing facts than to decide what to feel just with one chapter. And that’s what I’ve been doing the last few days. Reading history and finding facts about El Salvador I want to remember forever. 

Facts about El Salvador I want to remember forever.

  1. The main cash crop in El Salvador was the indigo. But the crisis and dissapearing of indigo happened at the same time coffee was introduced. The purpose was to eradicate communal lands and ejidos to grow coffee and it caused population without lands to migrate to the urban areas to subsist. (1892-1932).
  2. Public investment grow to develop industry in town and intensified cotton cultivation. Cotton rid food crops and people who cultivated food had to migrate to the urban areas to subsist. (1950-1970).
  3. Civil War (1981-1992) caused population to migrate to the urban areas to survive. In 1981, 164,297 salvadorans migrated. By 1992, there were 427,892 salvadorans migrating.
  4. The overpopulated municipalities in San Salvador are 8 (of 16): San Salvador, Mejicanos, Soyapango, Ciudad Delgado, Ayutuxtepeque, Apopa, San Marcos and Ilopango.
  5. The most important tourist attraction sites of Morazán state are waterfalls made by 7 rivers, caves or grottoes, some of them with rock writing (being the most famous the Corinto one), lagunitas, archaeological sites in Cacaopera and Delicias de Concepción municipalities, the San Francisco Gotera colonial church, Perquín population, indian cemetery on Delicias de Concepción municipality.
  6. The main resources of El Salvador are: corn, oranges, cows, silver, concrete, beer and tobacco.
  7. El Salvador is considered one of the countries that suffers the greatest deterioration of natural resources and the environment in Latin America. Two thirds of its soils are eroded, only 2% of the original forests remain, 90% of the rivers are polluted by sewage, agrochemicals and industrial waste, and significant amounts of gases harmful to health are emitted causing the greenhouse effect.
  8. To establish coffee as the new main export product, the vegetation of the heights and slopes was practically replaced by a crop that is itself a true forest, in which coffee trees are accompanied by a variety of shade tree species, many of which are representatives of the original flora.
  9. One of the biggest environmental threats today derives from the uncontrolled urbanization process that takes place in many parts of the country.
  10. It is considered that less than 3 percent of industries and agro-industries treat their waste before dumping it into water bodies.

I found these facts from page 87 to page 143 of the Encyclopedia of El Salvador. ❤
There’re more to come!

If you want to read more about my country, why won’t you go to read the first 10 facts about El Salvador I want to remember forever? 🙂

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Frases de libros interesantes.

Una de las cosas que, de verdad, jamás me imaginé que me ocurriera es que mi canal de YouTube despegara. Desde que lo reabrí, pasé más de 5 años con solamente 5 personas interesadas en lo que yo tenía para compartir. Muy probablemente eran mi familia y amigas.

Así que dejé de intentarlo y solo me quedé subiendo material para apoyar algunos artículos, pero ya no le puse tanta atención. Digo, teniendo 5 años de que subís +200 videos y que no pase mucho, la verdad es como para aceptar que quizás no tenés tantas cosas buenas para compartir.

Pero, justo cuando decidí dejar de ponerle atención y solo ocupar el canal como apoyo remoto para algunos artículos, resulta que más personas se empezaron a sumar. Siento que me ha pasado como cuando ponés algo a hervir y que cuando lo estás viendo nunca sube, pero en cuanto pestañeás, ¡ya se ha rebalsado todo!

Ahora somos +30 personas en mi canal y, dada mi trayectoria, de corazón te digo que jamás me imaginé que fuéramos tantos. ❤

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Muchísimas gracias por demostrarme que las mejores cosas que no están bajo tu control siempre pasan cuando no lo intentas demasiado, cuando no te urge, cuando no estás desesperada. De verdad, les agradezco por esta lección.

Para celebrar este nuevo récord personal, he querido hacer un video, siempre con la idea de crear material de apoyo para mi blog, con las 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2012. 🙂

Ojalá te guste y, de nuevo, gracias por la lección. ❤

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50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2016

No quiero arruinar una tradición que tanto me ha costado construir solo porque este artículo ya está “fuera de tiempo”. Aunque lo terminé de escribir justo en Diciembre, nunca terminé de editarlo con los enlaces a los libros que siempre me suelen pedir. Luego que, como el año pasado me enfoqué en escribir solamente en inglés, todas las frases están en inglés.

Pero me di cuenta que, con el pasar de los años, esta tradición que he construido es algo hermoso, es una pequeña cápsula con las mejores frases que descubrí en el año, es una lista que disfruto compartir pero sobretodo, es una lista de lo que descubrí y aprendí. Por esto mismo quiero publicarla, aunque la mayoría de los que me lee solo habla español y aunque ya no sea el inicio del año.

50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2016

  1. Let go of the idea that there is only one way to be happy in this life. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  2. And as Padre Pio says, “You can’t give God deadlines”. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  3. If you find you are having trouble, start small. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  4. Business owners, artists and musicians, financial investors, and other people who become very successful at what they do often have a simple rule of thumb, and that is doing one thing every day to improve themselves. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  5. “One way of knowing our gifting,” Jody told me, “is when something that seems easy to us doesn’t seem easy to others”. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  6. She had been inspired, but the idea didn’t become reality until she decided to act. She kept thinking someone should do something. Finally she realized that someone was her. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  7. “God does not ask of us anything that He Himself has not first given us. ‘We love because He first has loved us’ (1 John 4:19). The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  8. “True friends are humbled to be in the same circle with each other. They see the friendship as a gift and a privilege”. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  9. Have an open heart to your new relationship, but remember your heart is worth winning. You are worthy of great love. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  10. When you are stuck fulfilling an obligation instead of chasing a dream, you aren’t your best self. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  11. Human beings, he argued, are not hardwired for seeking pleasure and avoiding pain. They want meaning. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  12. I learned there are three things that give meaning to life: first, a project; second, a significant relationship; and third, a redemptive view of suffering. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  13. What we all want is to know our time on earth has meant something. We can distract ourselves with pleasure for only so long before beginning to wonder what the point is. This means if we want true satisfaction, we have to rise above the pettiness of our own desires and do what is required of us. A calling comes when we embrace the pain, not avoid it. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  14. “To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one, not even an animal. Wrap it carefully round with hobbies and little luxuries; avoid all entanglements. Lock it up safe in the casket or coffin of your selfishness. But in that casket, safe, dark, motionless, airless, it will change. It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable, impenetrable, irredeemable. To love is to be vulnerable”. – C.S. Lewis. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  15. “I would rather go for it and fail than not try,” she said. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  16. Our lives are haunted by the ghosts of what might have been. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  17. That’s what awareness is: a sense that something more is possible. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  18. Nothing is permanent unless you let it be, so keep your eyes open for the right path. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  19. Para manchar el buen nombre de una estirpe no hacen falta más que los rumores de las vecinas, que desperdigan injurias y que matan el tiempo entre chisme y chisme. En el Harén de Estambul por Carla de la Vega.
  20. Text used to be the message medium of choice, but since most of people don’t have the time or patience to digest large reams of text, increasingly dense information packages have become the norm – video, for instance, is at least 24 images per second. The Daily Post: Photography 101 by The Daily Post Editors.
  21. Digital media – blogs, sites, etc., – now has two challenges: to attract attention, and to hold it long enough for you to say what you want to say. The Daily Post: Photography 101 by The Daily Post Editors.
  22. There is no substitute for experimentation and practice! The Daily Post: Photography 101 by The Daily Post Editors.
  23. “Virtue is nothing without the trial of temptation, for there is no conflict without an enemy, no victory without strife”. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  24. Commitment is necessary. It teaches us to exchange instant gratification for long-term reward and shows us that some change takes time. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  25. The risk of not committing is greater than the cost of making the wrong choice. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  26. When we take risks, we display our trust in God. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  27. Sex speaks a language, the language of forever, the language of life-long love. This is the language of permanent marital love. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  28. An apprentice typically worked for a minimum of seven years before venturing out on his own. Then he would spend another few years as a journeyman before finally becoming a master – if he was worthy. The entire process took about ten years. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  29. There is great reward and blessing in store for those who patiently endure trials. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  30. When a person is determined to not just succeed but to do work that matters, the world makes room for such ambition. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  31. Opportunities to learn and grow are available, if we’re willing to look in the right places and humbly accept what we find. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  32. It’s important to remember that God does not expect us to be perfect in prayer, but He does want us to give our best effort. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  33. Imperfections are not what God takes note of. He is pleased by the fact that we don’t give up. That’s all he asks of us, that we persevere. The Catholics Guide to Being Single by CatholicMatch Institute.
  34. Always pay attention to what your body is telling you, and don’t do anything if it starts to feel uncomfortable of painful. Yoga: The Yoga Beginner’s Bible: Top 30 Illustrated Poses for Weight Loss, Stress Relief and Inner Peace (yoga for beginners, yoga books, meditation, mindfulness, … , spirituality, self help, fitness books) by Tai Morello.
  35. Yoga mats tend to be slippery at the beginning. You may wash it hard and let it dry thoroughly to make it non-slippery or you could just wear it out. Yoga: for Beginners: Your Guide to Master Yoga Poses while calming your mind, be stress free, and boost your self-esteem! by Alexander Yamashita.
  36. Many yogis suffer from dizziness and lightheadedness when doing yoga workout. This is usually caused by lack of hydration and lack of eyes and breathing warm-up. Yoga: for Beginners: Your Guide to Master Yoga Poses while calming your mind, be stress free, and boost your self-esteem! by Alexander Yamashita.
  37. Inhale for five seconds. Hold your breath for three seconds. Exhale for eight seconds. Repeat the breathing five more times. Yoga: for Beginners: Your Guide to Master Yoga Poses while calming your mind, be stress free, and boost your self-esteem! by Alexander Yamashita.
  38. Yoga should not hurt. Yoga is about gentle stretching and holding. Yoga for Stress Relief and Forgiveness by Lisa Shea.
  39. If your hands cannot carry the weight of your upper body, you can shift the weight on your elbows. Yoga: for Beginners: Your Guide to Master Yoga Poses while calming your mind, be stress free, and boost your self-esteem! by Alexander Yamashita.
  40. Nobody reaches expert status without intense preparation. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  41. Pain is instructive for the person willing to learn. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  42. What we are learning from science now is that although humans are capable of more than anybody thought a hundred years ago, there are some abilities no amount of practice can overcome. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  43. The point of practice is never just about skill acquisition. It’s about making a contribution to the world. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  44. Jesus was never too busy to notice. Listen, Love, Repeat by Karen Ehman.
  45. Jesus wasn’t about doing big things. He was about doing the right thing. And often for Him, the right thing was noticing one simple soul. Listen, Love, Repeat by Karen Ehman.
  46. Stop trying to be profound or important and instead just be obedient. Listen, Love, Repeat by Karen Ehman.
  47. “I already gave my best, and I have no regrets at all”. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  48. Engineering “takes even greater dedication” than music. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.
  49. We don’t do good for the sake of looking good; we do good in order to point others to Jesus. Listen, Love, Repeat by Karen Ehman.
  50. Yes, there’s mystery to it, but the way you go about it is by putting one foot in front of the other. The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins.

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