Mindset | Katie Proctor







On how your attitude determines your altitude.

The Power of Quick Wins

Yesterday, my husband and I decided to take advantage of $30 Thursdays {and the fact that we get to define our work days} and hit the slopes for a mid-week break. We actually talked about doing this last week, but I always have a nagging fear start to creep in before...

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How to Find Movement That Fuels You

When I started thinking about fitness as something I "get" or "want" to do, instead of "have" to do, everything changed for me. I love having both in-person and virtual fitness communities to remind me to prioritize my health even during the busy seasons and most...

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How Going Upside Down Changed My Outlook

This spring, I'm getting so far out of my comfort zone it's not even funny. Part of "the story" I tell myself is that I have weak arms thanks to three {yes, three} broken arms in my childhood. There have even been times during my recent fitness journey that I've done...

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Who do you think you’re not?

It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not.  Take a minute to let that sink in. There have been many times in my life where I've made a decision because it's "not me". And I don't mean in the sense that it feels inauthentic, rather I've...

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{Five Things Friday} and Why I’m Quitting

1. My first "thing" for the week is a big one. Over the last few months, I've been excited to add new bloggers to my ongoing list of daily reads. Feedly has made it so much easier to get all my updates in one place, which I really appreciate. But I also found myself...

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Live At the End Of Your Comfort Zone

Learning a new skill can be frustrating. I've never felt this more than I have while learning how to ski. It's not an easy sport to learn in your mid-twenties, and I'm a bit envious of the three year olds zooming by me with no fear. Because fear is really what is...

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