5 Fun Things to Do On New Year’s Eve Without Drinking

New Year’s Eve is my favorite holiday. It has certainly changed for me over the years.

I love how people create these unreasonable New Year’s Eve resolutions of themselves even though most of the gyms are empty again by January 15th. And that is okay. I think of all of the people who come up with a definite plan to achieve their goals. The ones who decide to make a change in their day so they may take on a new direction in life.
I don’t know, maybe one of your goals is to drink a little less this year so you will not be so distracted from what it is that you want to do. Maybe it is to cut down on binge eating or binge-watching television.

How to Do What You Love

How to Do What You Love.

This is so simple, but we have been brought up with a lie, or worse, we sold out for so little. Do what you love. Everyone’s knee jerk reaction to that is “There is no money in what I love to do” There is no money in cooking food, there is no money in my sport I have been practicing all my life, there is no money in art, there is no money in philosophy.

Can’t Find Time To Ride?

Finding Time To Cycle

A few days ago, I posted this video on YouTube in my #30DaySpeakingChallenge because so many people can’t find time to ride.

I know. Established guys like us have real jobs, families to support, and mortgages to pay. Our lives are busy and full.

This video shows you how little it takes to make time for your cycling and fitness plan. It all depends on your priorities.