February 2013

Decision Time

Decision Time

Too many of us take jobs that are secure, jobs that offer us money and a lifestyle to go with it, without giving a thought to what we really want. I don’t want that for my children. I am not a pollyanna. I do believe that you should have at least some realism in your choices, but I also believe that you should pursue the areas that make you happy. I have taught my children that they can do anything they want as long as they are willing to take the lifestyle that goes with it. That is not meant as a deterrent and my children know that.

Moving Forward

A film by Andy Maser Presented by NRS Films When Greg Mallory realized only second after going over a levitra online cliff, that he would be paralyzed, he knew he would move forward. Kayaking became his tool for credit score doing that. In our lives, it is easy to be paralyzed by fear and indecision, but what would happen if… Read more →

Handana is Inspiring Athletes

Handana is Inspiring Athletes

Written by Jeff Niemeyer Katie Niemeyer is a born-again runner. As a busy mom, wife and nurse anesthetist in Austin, Texas, running became a great way to unwind and stay active. What started out as a stress reliever soon evolved into a training regimen for local 10K events, then a half marathon and eventually her first marathon in 2012. It… Read more →

Oh Beautiful

Oh Beautiful

By Brenda Nixon Exhilarating. Dangerous. Breathtaking. Marvelous. Memorable. The words barely describe my bicycle ride down Pike’s Peak, Colorado, the most visited mountain in North America, and the second most visited mountain in the world. A stunning backdrop for Colorado Springs, Pike’s Peak is the farthest east of the big peaks in the Rocky Mountain chain. And its ultimate thrill… Read more →

What Else Is Possible?

What Else Is Possible?

In reaching out to others, in asking them for help or in just sharing our fears and pain with them, we add strength to our cause, power to our lives. Tommy did this through Facebook, sharing his story with others each night, the good and the bad. Who do you share with? Who gives you strength?