You Are Worth Your Time

How many times do you feel obligated to say yes? This could be to family, friends, co-workers, bosses, significant others, etc. Saying yes makes you feel like you’re the dependable one, you’re the go to guy or girl, you’re THE PERSON people can always count on, and that makes you feel well, good! Saying yes is good, being there for others is great, but often we say yes to others and forget to say yes to ourselves.
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Getting it Right!

Sometimes you have something but don’t know all that it’s capable of. That is exactly what happened with my Polar A300 watch. Ladies and Gents, I’ve had this watch for at least 3 months and haven’t come close to taking advantage of all that it has to offer. Now that I do know, it feels like I have a brand new watch that is literally like the workout buddy I never had. Let me tell you about my new best friend, and the incredible story behind our friendship.

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It HAS been a while.

“Magic is believing in yourself, if you can do that, you can make anything happen.”

The amount of crazy going on in my life right now is actually enjoyable. I’ve made a number of salient accomplishments in the past 6 months, and I’d like to share. Not to talk about myself, but to humor you of the joy of unexpected results that can come from expending a tremendous amount of daily, organized effort. Disclaimer: this is the making the biggest mess in your room before getting all your shit together, organized.  Continue reading

Winter Woes

It’s that time of the year again. Not only is there an entire day dedicated to eating just around the corner, but you’ll more than likely be around tempting foods for the remainder of the season. I’ve learned completely trying to avoid these foods can cause you to be anti-social and slightly miserable therefore, don’t. What do the we at EPI do to combat this seasonal high/low? Continue reading

Polar Watch

Fitness watches are becoming the new “it thing.” People are wearing little bracelets all day, covered in cute designs, masking tiny devices that track every waking, and non-waking move. Long before the infamous Fitbit became so popular, I purchased a Polar Watch. A heart rate monitor that connects to a watch and tracks heart rate, calories burned, and the duration of a workout. If you’re thinking about getting one here are some pros and cons of the thing.

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