Philosophia

Be active, healthy and enjoy your family and friends. . .

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Form, Flow and Grace

Are you lacking in or neglecting any of the above?  I will strive not to overwhelm you with useless and bloviated advice in my posts.

One of the driving forces if not the only principle for CultFit is Karma Yoga. Quite simply, Karma Yoga is the gentle practice of giving back to the communities of which you are a part. In my most pure form, I embrace Seva, selfless service. Seva is an act of kindness and generosity that neither demands, nor expects, reciprocation.

One of the great hall marks of our generation is that, more times than not: we only take from others and not give back to those around us. A friend recently defined the Law of Karma as to say: “You get what you give”.

I implore you to give back to those around you!

If you would like to learn more about what I offer or if you would like to share ideas about giving back?  Please feel free contact me at: cultfit@gmail.com

Take the time to explore a path to a more fulfilling, healthy lifestyle by focusing on “You” first!

Stillness, Awareness and Comfort

**Updated 2 February 2014**


249 Comments on “Philosophia”

  1. Fitlass says:

    I love your thoughts on diet. I couldn’t have put it better in words myself!

  2. mandosaturn says:

    Wow, interesting! I’ll be back when I have more time. Thanks for liking my post.

    The Gimpwalker.

  3. yvetteslife says:

    I am so exciting to get some new and interesting ideas from your blog! I am looking for new things to do and this is going to be a great help!

  4. mbinsc04 says:

    thanks for stopping and liking my latest post! i appreciate it :) interesting site you have here, couldn’t agree more with your thoughts on diet and enjoying life. looking forward to exploring, thanks again!

  5. Love the 80/20 rule and the “stop-counting-the-almonds!” thwack to the head. Thanks for liking my post. Look forward to reading more here. Be well!

  6. Your post make this sound like fun. I will come read more. Thanks for the Like.

  7. Chatter Master says:

    Thanks for the like on my blog. And thanks for leading me back here. I like to see/read/hear about others healthy way of living. Love your 80/20 suggestion.

  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog today & liking my recent post :)
    I love your philosophy about workouts and totally agree with your thoughts on diet, you’ve always got to have a naughty day! Speaking of which there’s a bar of chocolate with my name on it… It is Friday night after all ;)

  9. Rebecca says:

    Thanks for the “like”. I look forward to learning from and being inspired by each other.

  10. Your thoughts on diet are so forgiving – nice. It’s allowing you to just “be” but it’s very sensible. Yes why deprive yourself? Losing weight and keeping fit is such a simple formula but it’s so tough for so many. Too often we fall off the bandwagon. Now… where’s my beer (low carbohydrate beer – it’s De-lish!)

  11. angeldn3 says:

    Thanks for liking my blog. Also please check out my other blog as well on wordpress. echevarriatravel.wordpress.com

  12. Very cool site, I like your writing style and attitude!

  13. bodyartist says:

    i like the way u think my man.. or woman…lol

  14. twa2r says:

    Thank you for liking my blog. I’ll spend some time reviewing your posts. I like what I’m reading. It will help with my motivation and exercise routine.
    Thanks again
    r

  15. Fitlass says:

    I love your line “stop worrying about how many almonds you eat oer day!” It’s sooo true. :-)

  16. Thank you for taking the time to view my blog…I ap[preciate it.

    Awesome stuff you are doing here…I’ll be following.

    Be encouraged!

  17. Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog today and clicking on the “Like” button to my most recent post. Your blog is very interesting and creative. I’ll visit often. I hope to hear from you again soon. Cheers!

  18. Hey, very cool blog. Just followed you over from a notice from WordPress that you are following my blog http://www.catherine-alexandra.com

    I love the common sense at work here.

    Life is a brief encounter, it’s up to us to LIVE it while the gettin’s good! lol

    Cat

  19. jant100 says:

    I was definitely in the 20% zone today: dessert before dinner with Bluebell chocolate chip ice cream followed by a wonderful array of Indian food. Back to the gym tomorrow, but tonight, “Yippie!”

  20. Julian Revin says:

    Interesting website! I like your way of thinking regarding fitness and enjoying life to the fullest. I need to relax more and stop counting the number of almonds I eat and calories I ingest. Sheesh! Thanks for reading my blog. :)

  21. I was awarded the honor of the Liebster Award. I’m passing it on to you. Thank you.

    http://mymultipersonality.wordpress.com/2012/03/24/the-liebster-award/

  22. Hey Cultfit,

    Thanks for following us!

    Best of luck to you and your blog!

    ~ The Sports Archives

  23. lindsaycolle says:

    Very interesting post/philosophy, I’ll be back again to read more…for now, thank you for liking my post!

  24. I like the way you have implemented the 80\20 rule into your fitness philosophy. Thanks for the post.

  25. Argh! Darn phone! :). I was going to say that I love your don’t freak out attitude to health. So refreshing!

  26. Starsworth says:

    Thanks for following my Project Blog. I unfortunately had to remove my fitness blog and a number of others, simply because I found myself spending too much time blogging — and not enough time running and writing music! I really love your work — keep it up.

  27. 13juchiu says:

    Thanks for stopping by on my blog, and for the like. Looks like a pretty interesting philosophy, can’t wait to read more when I’ve got time. I love reading up on things related to living a healthier lifestyle! I’m sure I’ll be dropping by again soon (:

  28. Jen Reg says:

    hi. this is something totally random and it’s about your blog as a whole so i decided to post it here. i think the best thing about your blog is that it’s success will not be determined by how many facebook or twitter followers you have but by how many people no matter where they are have come to realize what the real purpose of living active,living happy and loving life is. i brought this up to a friend last weekend that yours is one of those blogs i know who recognizes that in the end, it’s living that active life with your loved ones that matters. you don’t force superficial goals to your readers as if all we should work out for is to look hot in midriffs. in my opinion, you don’t focus on the physical, but on the actual well-being of people. so kudos to you for that.
    and thank you so much for the regular “trips” to my blog. : )

    • Jen Reg says:

      sorry, the grammarnazi in me could not let go of my 2nd sentence: “…best thing about your blog is that it’s success…”
      i meant “its success…” so sorry for this OC moment…

  29. Rosie says:

    Thanks for the visit and “like”! Great philosophy – makes perfect sense! =)

  30. marthaspiva says:

    Thanks for the like! LOVE this philosophy!!!!!! I’m a total Random Lifestyler! i try to adhere to my training schedules for my marathons..but seriously..I’m random! It’s about enjoying life! Even with my eating…as long as I am eating mindfully and making better choices in the long run, then life is great! Love this philosophy!

  31. Finaly, someone that is real!! lol Love what you have to say and thank you for stoping by my blog earlier on ;-)

  32. The blog name had me laughing!

    Definitely a lot in common! Keep up the great work!

  33. Thank you for the visit and the like ;)

  34. lizlight22 says:

    Thank you for following! I love the 80/20 advice and the training theory guideline. Will definitely be reading more, thanks again!

  35. nestfullofbirds says:

    I love this! Been struggling with my weight for years because I’ve felt like I HAD to do EVERY little thing just right or I’d fail. And then I’d fail worse and gain more weight, becoming more unhealthy because I just couldn’t adhere to the strict rules.

    I’m definitely following this blog and look forward to reading more of your posts. They’re very encouraging! :) Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for stopping by and also for the kind words. There are over 300 posts here that basically regurgitate the same message daily: “YOU are important, listen to and respect your body, enjoy each and every day.”
      Weight loss can be a constant struggle fraught with challenges at each turn in our lives. We won’t be able to tell you how to do it, that is a uniquely personal matter that is intimate. There is no “one size fits all” remedy we will give you either. This is a process and a journey to enjoy with a smile on your face not one of disgust and anger…So glad you stopped by and we wish you the best!!!

  36. FreeTheMom says:

    Thanks for the like – and wow am I seriously inspired to get my booty in gear just being in the vicinity of your blog! Good stuff – I’ll be sure to check back when my will power is waning :)

  37. [...] was recently honored with the Liebster Award by another blog Cultfit -a big thank you!!  I’m honored and pleased that folks want to read what I have to say!! [...]

  38. stephanie ellison says:

    Living well is all about balance – in what eat, think and do. You have a great site with some insightful words of wisdom and humor – both equally valuable when it comes to being healthy.

  39. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my recent post. I’ve just spent a little time checking out your stuff. Looks like great advice and something I can use a daily dose of. I’ll be following along. :-)

  40. Julianna says:

    “Stop worrying about how many almonds to eat…” – LOVE IT! Glad you found (and liked) my blog. Thanks for the smile!

  41. bencrush says:

    I’m enjoying this blog more every time I read it! Added it to my blogroll. Keep up the great work.

    Ben Edwards

  42. I like your blog. Check out my Ms. Boot Camp Fitness page on facebook and my blog. I enjoy yours!!

  43. I would love to know what you mean by “balance”. Thanks!

    • CultFit says:

      “Balance” when used here is a loaded word with many different meanings. You can use it literally or figuratively…It could be finding balance while doing a certain movement during a program. Or finding balance during your daily life.

    • That’s what I figured, too. I enjoy being able to play with words but it doesn’t burn many calories!

    • CultFit says:

      Sure it can! Let’s head out for a brisk walk/run/whatever and debate the true meaning of finding balance in our lives? Thank you for stopping by today!!!

  44. Starsworth says:

    For me, if you want my three cents, it mostly boils down to weighing one imbalance against another. As an obsessive type of fellow, I am always going to be inordinately engaged in one activity or another. It’s a matter of not taking any one given extreme to a greater extreme. This can only be accomplished by balancing one extreme against another. Live like I do, and one thing’s for sure — you never stop juggling. (Thanks for hearing all that.)

    • CultFit says:

      Great points! Something I have been meaning to write about for awhile is how we exchange one obsessive habit for another. Like quitting smoking (which is awesome) and becoming overly obsessive as a new runner (which is fraught with its own pitfalls), just one example.
      Always appreciate your feed back and thoughts…I truly appreciate open and honest dialog!

  45. andy1076 says:

    I’m an absolute health nut and love your thoughts here :)

  46. I agree with your statement, “Before you do something..Say it out loud”. I appreciate your take that fitness does not have to be so regimented. I am trying to do this in my new look at health. I look forward to reading more on your blog.

  47. Great post. I love the 80 percent / 20 percent idea.

  48. livewithearth says:

    This post is so encouraging! Thank you for your thoughts! I’m gonna check out your Le-Git Programs when I get a little extra time.

  49. Hi, thanks for liking my post. Chaos is greatly undervalued.

  50. Hi and thanks for following my blog. You have joined up with some rather extraordinary folk out there in the ether.

  51. Hi there. So nice to read your blog today. I think it is great. Will be reading a lot of your stuff. Thanks for visiting my blog also.

  52. Awesome post, awesome philosophy :). I find that I spend way too much time focusing on food and feeling guilty, rather than enjoying my life and friends/family.

  53. m1k3yg0lucky says:

    Lol the fuck it diet works best for many. I havent changed my food routin. I do a an hours worth of walking to and from work a day as far as exercise goes and ive lost 20 lbs in two months

  54. Thank you for looking at Storyteller. — Ray

  55. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking the post. This site looks very interesting. I’ll have to visit again.

  56. Thx very much for stopping by my blog and liking my post. Hope to see you again in the future!!

  57. cyncampbell says:

    I agree – it has to be sustainable and “counting almonds” isn’t. Being obsessed is not fun. There is a fine line between intensity and obsession. I look forward to reading your blog. Thanks for visiting mine. Cheers.

  58. Carmen says:

    Very nicely said!

  59. Spot on with this, especially the 80/20 bit, and the “you only live once, enjoy it daily” thing.

    OK, so living on donuts and cakes all of the time isn’t going to do you any good, but I’m a firm believer that a fairly normal balanced diet and a fairly active lifestyle is probably enough unless you’re training for the olympics.

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  62. Minerva says:

    That 80/20 rule is so true. You only live once, so why spend the whole time miserable and deprived?

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you! Unless you are training at a very high level and diet is paramount to your success? I have found the 80/20 split to be spot on (IMHO).

  63. swgeorge says:

    Thanks for liking my post…i’ll definitely be following you.

  64. Miss Lady Runnin says:

    GREAT philosophy! I look forward to reading more of this blog!!

  65. Two (of the many) life attitudes:
    If at first you don’t succeed, try something else (as exemplified by your leaping squirrel)
    OR
    Fail. fail again, fail better (to quote Samuel Beckett)

  66. rachelmaezy says:

    Amen.

  67. Nativegrl77 says:

    Thanks for stopping by and liking what the Sierra Club has to say …

  68. Sarah Martin says:

    Thanks for liking my post! Fun blog you have, here. I’ll have to come back and explore a bit more.

  69. Beth says:

    Thanks for the “follow” this morning. Glad you liked “Digging Deep.” My husband is almost 75; I’m nearly 61. We just get out there. We don’t count the almonds.

  70. I love your 80/20 Philosophy! Life is for enjoying!!

  71. I love your blog! Very interesting.

  72. Rufus says:

    I like your philosophy, very interesting, especially the 80/20 part.
    Plus your blog has some great ideas – will definitely be putting some of them into practice! Keep up the good work, I look forward to seeing more!

  73. Nativegrl77 says:

    We never put % on it but i was brought up with movement being apart of life -anything extra was considered a professional sport (^:

  74. hgsurvivor says:

    Really do like the 80/20% rule!!!

  75. Great philosophy! I think 80/20 is a great mindset to have :)

  76. Earthy Girl says:

    Love the 80/20 rule!!!

  77. Very good and I completely agree…I will be posting my diet routine soon.

  78. ariannarenea says:

    Love your thoughts on diet.

  79. ginamasters says:

    Thanks for checking out my blog. I like your philosophy on “diet” as well!

  80. Mel says:

    Thanks for the like (and the re-follow), CultFit! I’m really enjoying reading all y’all’s thoughts on fitness and food.

  81. I love the KISS method when it comes to most things….diet and exercise really is no different….awesome

    • CultFit says:

      Thanks mate! It only took 20+ years or so to figure that KISS works and saying something out loud before you do it makes sense.

  82. Christine says:

    You made me smile big smiles! Love your Philosophia!

  83. Thanks for the like on my latest post. From the looks of your blog we share similar philosophies.

  84. Hi there! Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post. I like your Philosophia too… is the the closest thing you have to an “about” page? I was wondering who is behind CultFit!

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for stopping over! The philosophia is pretty much the about page ;) There are ways to find out more though: Bread crumbs litter the comments section across the blog-o-world from CultFit…Where I open up more and pull the curtain back. Or, you could just email me at cultfit@gmail.com to find out more.

  85. Thanks for your “Like”!

  86. Hello and thanks for liking my latest post on plantar warts. Your philosophy on health/wellness is right on…….the focus is on prevention, not treatment. I follow the 80/20 rule myself. Life is so much better with my daily small piece of dark chocolate .

  87. idyllheart says:

    thanks for introducing yourself! a pleasure to meet you. random acts of fitness, I love your pilosophia!

  88. Curvydays says:

    I absolutely love your thoughts on diet, its very realistic and so motivational. I feel so honoured that you liked one of my posts about workouts, cause you really know your stuff! I will be sure to keep checking back here :)

  89. tallmajortim says:

    Thanks for checking out my latest blog. I like your 80/20 philosophy and will use it, thanks. I will visit again. Take care.

  90. About saying it out loud when you’re going to do something…it’s that very philosophy that made me start blogging. Make it real. Use your words.

  91. Your latest comment made my day! I just now saw it! Please remember to visit my new spot: nursingwithdukan.blogspot.com. Thanks!!

  92. How do you implement 80/20? I’m an all or nothing kinda girl…

    • CultFit says:

      The best answer would be to email me at cultfit@gmail.com
      Diets are never a one size fits all sort of thing although a lot of blogs will make you think that what they are doing is far superior to anything else…Anyways, we can toss some ideas back and forth and see what you like or don’t like. The 80/20 is more about personal control than anything else, a lot of psychology stuff hidden in it :)

  93. Jane says:

    I really like what you say here: “Focus on what you eat 80% of the time and the other 20% eat what you want.” My Indian Ayurveda Doctor calls that 20% “soul food”-meaning…no matter how healthy you eat, if your soul desires something, and doesn’t get it, you will never be really healthy. When something really “calls to you” to eat it, you not only eat it , but be happy about it, enjoy it and never feel guilty about it.
    A special thanks for liking my +200 Like post, and for bringing me here will I look forward to exploring further.
    with love light and JOY

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for stopping over and sharing your thoughts, which are spot on by the way!!! I wish you the best and when I sit down this weekend with a cup of tea rest assured I will be going through your wonderful blog to do some reading.

    • Jane says:

      my honor. I am also beginning to go through yours! Love it!
      “My goal is to completely ignore my iThingy the rest of the day…” Really liked that idea! And it is something which is so hard to do these days, isn’t it?
      with love light and JOY

  94. Haha! Oh the ‘almond counters’…. they make me laugh. I think we have similar thoughts on diet and exercise. I look forward to reading more!

  95. You guys are hysterical!

  96. pathetic says:

    dude@ ur blog is awesome!
    & thanx for the follow
    lol (lots of love) ;)

  97. todkehrli says:

    I like your philosophy on fitness and nutrition. I also like the idea of “saying it out loud”. Last week, I came across a very steep climb near the end of a 10K. After a moment of doubt, I said, out loud, “I own this hill, oorah!”, and run up it as hard as I could. The power of the mind, and the voice, is incredible.

  98. outlawmama says:

    Diet thoughts are the best. So sane and so balanced. Now I can stop counting almonds. Yay!

  99. rocketboy says:

    per usual, i agree with you. i like a plan, but I also love the freedom of doing whatever i want as long as it is physical. keep on keeping on

  100. GajdaStylee says:

    Thanks for the Likes! I really like your philosophy and really try to live by these rules. And no, I don´t count almonds! X

  101. likeablegirl says:

    Your use of the word ‘bloviated’ in your mission statement makes me abnormally happy. And is abou to make the people around me slightly annoyed, as I’m about to overuse it for the next week or so. Probably while skipping.

  102. Thanks for liking our post! All for plans!

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  106. Thank you do much for liking my post on the Russian kettlebell challenge. I’m enjoying your philosophy here on fitness. Are you on Facebook or twitter? I hope to learn and discuss more with you. Also feel free to check out more of my posts. You can find me on facebook (the natural advantage) twitter (thenatadvantage) or my blog. http://Www.thenaturaladvantage.wordpress.com I’m looking forward to talking more and reading your insights.

  107. pinkcouturelife says:

    Health above all else!

  108. quhkah says:

    Hey! This blog is pretty cool! Lot of things to discover on here! Thanks a lot for visiting my blog. I love sport, I love the life and to live it!

  109. twocentsplus says:

    Glad you enjoyed my ‘fall’ thanks for the like–great motivation here…i’ll be sure to stop by again.

  110. Yogable says:

    Thanks for the visit. I’m really excited for sensible advice that reminds us to just be connected to our being, not silly rules we make up for ourselves. Don’t need to count so many almonds.

  111. glad to see you liked my most recent post! i hope you’ll check back for the continuation!

    your “philosophia” is very similar to that of my husband’s company (who i attribute much of my success to). you should visit their site http://www.pro-activity.com

  112. suestopford says:

    Your blog is brilliant! I need motivation at the moment with my fitness routine (ummm, or lack of). Thanks for liking my posts. Really appreciate it.

  113. A perspective I can definitely get behind. Thanks for being the first like on my new little blog! I’ll be back!

  114. iamsavasana says:

    Thank you for stopping by my side of the world. And thank you that your visit brought me here. “Random workouts” and synergy — makes perfect sense. Looking forward to more posts!

  115. Michele says:

    Thanks for stopping in at womenoverboard! to say hello!

  116. fityoublog says:

    Thank you for reading my blog! Yours has definitely piqued my interest! Until later…

  117. lizforaday says:

    I am definitely down with eating what I want. Also thanks for visiting my blog. I really appreciate it. :0

  118. Thanks for liking my blog post “I HAVE THE PERFECT BODY!” – this site looks great and absolutely reflects what I believe. Thanks!

  119. corresport says:

    I like your philosophia, CultFit.
    Thanks for stopping by my humble blog. Very cool blog. I will read it often.

  120. I look forward to reading your posts – thanks for liking my bike post.

  121. Thanks for liking my blog. I’ll contact you about advertising options. I’m curious to learn how you found me and where you located on land.

  122. jmsabbagh says:

    Excellent post.l love reading philosophy ,You done a great job. Jalal Michael(l have a post on philosophy)

  123. Love this quote “Focus on what you eat 80% of the time and the other 20% eat what you want”. Great post!

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you! It took years of hard work and long nights to think of this. ;)
      There comes a time in all of our lives where competing to win is no longer the goal. Why not enjoy an ice cream cone or a beer after a nice long run?
      Be well and take care!!!

  124. togetherone says:

    Thanks for visiting TogetherOne! Health is a BIG one to blog about and personal at the same time. Thanks for sharing your wisdom and interests.

  125. This is truly a great philosophy. Simple but smart. And thank you for visiting my blog!

  126. OhYogiOh says:

    Focus on what you eat 80% of the time and the other 20% eat what you want. – Love that! – Can I utilise that?

  127. It’s all about variety and a degree of balance.

    • CultFit says:

      It sure is! Thank you for stopping over today. :) I have been reading your blog now for a bit now and I absolutely enjoy every minute I spend over there.

  128. LizForADay says:

    I just wanted you to know that I really enjoy reading your blog and it is very inspiring. Sooooo.. I have nominated you for the “One Lovely Blogger Award”. You can check out the rules on my current post http://lizforaday.com/2012/09/18/fantabulous-day-146-and-the-award-goes-to-omg/

    Congratulations! :)

    • CultFit says:

      I am so very grateful for you taking the time to nominate me! Work is a bit busy this week so this weekend I will create a witty response to your lovely nomination, thank you!

  129. rhian @melbs says:

    Hi, thanks very much for liking my post. Your blog looks great! I will definitely be reading more.

  130. rhian @melbs says:

    Hi, thanks very much for liking my post. Your blog looks great! I will definitely be reading more. Your 80/20 approach sounds very sensible I try to follow that way of thinking as well (although most of the time it is 80/20 in the other direction ;-D)

  131. bopspeed says:

    Hi. I’ve been following CultFit blog for abt 2 months now. Just thought I’d let you know I gave you the Oh So Sweet award today :) Then I saw your post with the expletives. Haha. Anyways, you can read about it at http://bopspeed.wordpress.com/2012/10/12/the-oh-so-sweet-award/

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you so much for your nomination … I happily accept. I’ll be sure to work on a response for you this coming weekend.
      I apologize for the not so kind words in the image and if it upset you at all. The one thing I cherish more than anything else about writing is my being able to meet some really cool people like yourself. At the end of the day there just nasty little words to get a rise out of a co-worker or friend … The image in essence is the polar opposite of what I have been writing about all week ;)
      Apologies on the image again and thank you so much! Take care and be well!

    • bopspeed says:

      No sweat. Not bothered at all. In fact somedays I have a long list of expletives to spew out too so I can de-stress. Be well!

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  134. [...] I read lots of blog posts, talk daily with all sorts of inspired people from whom I learn so many thought-provoking things.  Everything from how people ask for the time on the bus to how mediation is a remarkable tool in our daily lives—whether they are winning races or losing narrowly in a local 5k …  This is just a part of what I do all week behind the scenes here at CultFit. [...]

  135. Dawn D. says:

    Many thanks for visiting my Yogini Gone Paleo blog and for Liking my “Adapting Sun Salutations for Larger Bodies” post. Namaste :)

  136. cooksinglive says:

    Thanks for liking my blog. I will definitely have to look at your blog looks interesting!

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for stopping over to have a look around, I’m glad you did … You never know what you may find over here. ;)
      Take care and be well.

  137. Hey Cultfit,

    Thanks for stopping by again. Thought I would pay your blog a visit. Looking Good!

    Best of luck.
    ~ The Sports Archives

  138. owhataworld says:

    Thanks for your visit, I’d love to collaborate with ideas! About to sign up for my first half marathon…

    • CultFit says:

      By all means feel free to ask any questions you may have! I have no doubt that you will have a blast during your first marathon, take care and be well. :)

  139. truthyoga says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog and for the ‘Like’ of my posting…..I wish you Peace, Light, and Bliss in your Journey.

    • CultFit says:

      Your writing style is truly inspiring! I’m so glad to have found your blog, I should be the one thanking you. Be inspired and please be well.

  140. Andrea says:

    Thanks for stopping by my little blog. I thought I’d return the favor and check yours out as well. I like what I see so far. You have some interesting ideas. I’m looking forward to reading more.

  141. i'm hot but i'm human says:

    Thanks so much for all your post likes on my blog and following me today! I like your blog’s mix of thoughtfulness, creativity, and connecting to health, yoga and exercise! I look forward to reaping some workout whimsy as a result of reading your posts. :-)

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for stopping over! You never know what you may read over here on any given day, completely random. ;) I wish you the best, take care!

  142. deardogdiary says:

    Thanks for the pit stop over on our blog! Great minds think alike…I’m 80 days away from my Yoga Teacher Training graduation! How ‘fit’ting ;) See you around!

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for stopping over this afternoon, much appreciated! Be inspired in your training and I wish you the very best. :) Feel free to kick your shoes off and hang out over here anytime you like…

  143. Yesenia says:

    You guys have a great inspiring philosophy! Have a great feeling I’m going to enjoy these posts :)

  144. bdsbrown1 says:

    Thank you for the like at simplydaisies. Come back anytime.

  145. bdsbrown1 says:

    Great to have you back again at simplydaises! Love reading about your workouts.

  146. Hey there, thanks for stopping by and liking my post, Time for a Shift. It’s great to see a blog like this one…

    • CultFit says:

      No problem! What is it that the young kids say: Great minds think alike or something like that ;) Take care today and please be well.

  147. greenermums says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog at yogamaste (I also write at greenermums which is why it comes up as greenermums here…something technical ;-)). Glad you liked my (very short) post – we clearly have some overlaps of interest and I very much look forward to learning a thing or two from yours! Namaste.

  148. Hi! Just wanted to let you know that I nominated you for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award! You can find out more here:

    http://lovewell-livewell.com/2013/06/06/very-inspiring-blogger-award/

    Thanks for your continued inspiration!

  149. Thanks for stopping by. Clearly we’re walking the same path. Until we meet again, peace and love.

  150. mrsjacoby19 says:

    Excellent Blog…An Awseome Energy!!!

  151. njd1insulin says:

    Thanks for stopping by Intrepid Tales on Insulin. I’ve really enjoyed discovering and navigating around your blog posts. Interesting and thought provoking. Lots of me going “hmm”, “yes”, “uh-huh”!

  152. angelis80 says:

    Thanks for stopping by and checking out my humble blog…I hope some of my posts can shine a light every now and again 😉
    Love and Light

  153. Heather says:

    Thanks for the follow and look forward to catching up on your posts here!

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you so much for stopping over and hanging out for a bit! Lots of old posts to dig through although one message always rings true – Smile and be well my friend. :)

  154. Gede Prama says:

    Thank you for visiting and hopefully braid is always awake. Compassion greetings from Gede Prama :)

    http://www.gedepramascompassion.com

  155. thatssojacob says:

    Hey there – just tuned in and became your newest follower. Come on over to http://www.thatssojacob.wordpress.com if you want to return the favor, thanks! :)

  156. I like the way you write :)

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you! No really, thank you so much for taking a moment of your time to stop over and visit – it means a lot to me. :)

  157. Thank you so much for wandering over to my blog and liking my post! It led me here, and I must tell you that what you have here is a work of art (but you already knew that). Seriously, I’m genuinely excited as I glance across your content as this is “the blog I’ve been looking for!” Thank you so much for finding me and sharing such wonderful inspiration. I’m a super enthusiastic follower of yours now!

    • CultFit says:

      I enjoy wandering around and I’m happy I found your inspiring blog! May your heart and spirit be filled with warmth and happiness, take care and be well.

  158. Thank you so much for the follow…I love your writing so I was very chuffed :)

    • CultFit says:

      Awesome! Thank you for stopping over, feel free to kick your shoes off at the door, pull up a comfy seat and chill out for a spell :)

  159. kategresham says:

    If you hadn’t “liked” my post, I wouldn’t have stumbled on yours. I’m glad I did because one of my passions is living in community and your definition of Karma Yoga fits it so beautifully! I continually take a deep breath and choose to do something for my growing neighbourhood community, not because I want to, but because it is a loving service. And it doesn’t necessarily come without cost. I love the definition of Seva, thank you.

    • CultFit says:

      I should be the one thanking you my friend :)
      May your heart be filled with warmth and kindness, take care and be well!

  160. Jennwith2ns says:

    Thanks so much for visiting the Jenn stories. It was lovely to visit this blog as well.


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