Happy Sunday fam! If you’re not nursing a hangover right now, ok even if you are, I encourage you to get the ball rolling and strategize for a successful week ahead. I promise, you don’t have to spend 5 hours meal prepping if you don’t want to😂
Some of my Sunday success rituals:
▪️GROCERIES! Cereal, rice cakes, frozen veggies and cottage cheese are always in my cart 🛒 ▪️Bulk prep a batch of meat and veggies to throw in quesadillas, nachos and salads throughout the week 🍤🌮
▪️ Check my calendar and LITERALLY SCHEDULE IN my training, cardio and horse riding sessions for the week. If it’s not on my calendar, it doesn’t happen 🗓
▪️REST DAY - you should be taking 1-2 total rest days weekly. Why not make Sunday your day of rest? 💪🏼
▪️Talk with my clients on our weekly group video call to get them and myself fired up for the week ahead 🔥
How do you strategize for success on Sundays?
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Photo Flood 39: Near North Riverfront
Photo by @feijiefu
Photo Flood Saint Louis spent two hours on the ground in Near North Riverfront (mostly in its southern area). As dusk settled in, long shadows engulfed an industrial landscape unlike anywhere else in the city; a landscape unfortunately on the edge of permanent oblivion. If the St. Louis NFL Stadium Task Force gets its way, then a demolition team could begin razing buildings in this neighborhood as early as 2016. This destruction would include the historic Cotton Freight Depot Building, an industrial behemoth long abandoned, but still beloved. One of the six principles presented by the Task Force (via Missouri Governor, Jay Nixon) is that “the project must result in the redevelopment of a blighted area that would remain blighted if not for the construction of a stadium.” Whether or not Near North Riverfront would remain blighted without the stadium construction seems to be the question at the crux of the opposition. After all, development has been occurring in the neighborhood over recent years; Bob Cassilly’s Rootwad Park (the artist’s final, commissioned, public work), Bissinger’s Chocolate Factory headquarters, Great Rivers Greenway’s North Riverfront Trail, and Artica (a Missouri Arts Council-sponsored, annual art festival) are all examples. Not to mention, it is not exactly clear how an NFL stadium will spur such dramatic development when previous stadium-linked projects haven’t fully lived up to expectations. At the moment, there is still plenty of fight left on both sides of the argument, so it will be interesting to see how everything shakes out.