April 3rd 2020

“There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.” 

—Willa Cather



I definitely learn more in a storm. How about you?

March 31st 2020

My HM1 told my class today that we have to not only be flexible but, we also have to be resilient. He told us his story on how he had a strong, capable and resilient team out in Afghanistan, and the only reason why they were still alive was because of that resilience. This is what the military molds us to be. We have to be strong, flexible and able to recover quickly, it’s just the nature of the beast.

“Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving, we get stronger and more resilient.”

― Steve Maraboli

March 30th 2020

Today’s yoga practice was all about intention. What I felt this meant to me was my intention to pass my HM school and accomplish my plans for the year. What’s your intention? Maybe this video will spark something new for you.


“It is intent which establishes one’s consequential outcomes.”

– T.F. Hodge 

March 27th 2020

Healthy Posture

Sometimes our bodies all need a break. A little extra stretching and mindfulness on how we use our bodies. Remember to always take care of your body, because it takes care of you.

“The body benefits from movement, and the mind benefits from stillness.”

— Sakyong Mipham

March 25th 2020

During the Pandemic of COVID-19. It is important to stay calm and try not to be pulled into this unfortunate panic. The world is slowly going into a lock-down phase that can potentially preserve our health. One of the most basic and most important break in the chain of COVID-19 is simply washing your hands. The CDC stated in an article that, “Hand washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. Learn when and how you should wash your hands to stay healthy.” Listed below are some educational links on how to wash your hands properly and effectively. There are also educational articles about the importance of it.

Doing this one simple step can help prevent the covid-19 from spreading. Stay safe, stay healthy.



“My goal is to stay in good health, and every day, I wake up and pray that I do.”

Keala Settle