When was the last time you sat back and reflected on an important time in your life?
For me and my family that happens on January 1st each year. We have a #LifeJar which sits on a shelf above the sink and throughout the year it fills up with little mementos like ticket stubs, personal notes, receipts, expired room keys, plane tickets and other random memory joggers. Each one of these little artifacts acts as a trigger for memories back to certain experiences from the year that was.
It's an amazing exercise in reliving our annual highlights, fun life experiences, and gives us a few minutes to live them again while enjoying our New Year's Day brunch. What will you fill your #LifeJar with?
I don't necessarily have a #LifeJar for my blog, but I can share with you the top read posts of 2014 (just in case you missed them). Enjoy and feel free to share with anyone you feel could benefit from them.
Top 20 (Most Read) Stories from “The Moose is Loose” in 2014
- 6 Tips So You Don't Ever Fall Out Of Love With CrossFit
- Top 10 Best Exercise To Keep You Health And Fit
- Top 10 Paleo Super-Foods That Everyone Should Eat
- Working Out Naked Has It's Benefits, Can You Name 3?
- 8 Things CrossFit Athletes and Marathon Runners Have In Common
- 5 Rules That Changed My Outlook On Fitness Forever
- Chris Stoutenberg: A Wheel Life Story
- 5 Ways Body Weight Training Is Superior To Weight Training
- Why You Can't Stop Getting Injured In CrossFit
- Tough Mudder Whistler 2014: Course Map and Obstacles Released (Are You Ready?)
- The History Of The Burpee: Why We Love To Hate Them #BuckFurpees
- The 5 Best Dumbbell Workouts That Take 10 Minutes or Less
- The Hurry Up And Wait Lifestyle: A Propel Ambassador Update
- Join The Advent Health Challenge
- Why Icing Your Injury Causes More Damage Than Good
- A Propel Ambassador Moment of Awesomeness: An Interview with Gunnar Peterson (Personal Trainer to the Stars)
- The 7 Most Inspiring Health and Fitness TED Talks
- Top 10 Training Tips To Make You One Tough Mudder
- Varidesk Review: Stop Sitting and Start Standing While You Work
- Training Mask Review: Benefits of High Altitude Training