Seems the theme of the day for me today is exercise—motivation and excuse. Here’s one for the motivational column. Exercise can help with the work-life balancing act so many of us deal with today. That's the word from researchers at Saint Leo University, Saint Louis University, University of Houston-Victoria and Illinois State University.
I used to be an athlete. When I was younger I played basketball all the time. Heck, I even played in college. Glory days, right? But 25-plus years and half that many injuries later I am a couch potato. Worse yet I am an informed couch potato.
With the valley’s abundant sunshine setting the mood and motivation, spring cleaning is well under way in many homes across the Yakima Valley. We at KIT are busy planning for our upcoming annual giant yard sale set for May 10th. Here’s an idea--let’s put your extra stuff in our sale and we’ll help you be happier as a result. How does that happen? Well, it might be a bit of a leap but the truth is, having a lot of material possessions does not make us happier.
Wildfire season officially begins one week from today and already the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has had 20 forest fires reported this year. Washington’s “summer fire rules” are in effect April 15 through October 15 and rules apply to the 13 million acres of private and state forest lands protected from wildfire by DNR.
Kit Radio aims to be where you are and that means on the air, on line, on your phone and in your face--book. We have an entire division of our Townsquare Media Corporate home office dedicated to social media. We do our own research and we research the research done by others--like the Pew Research Center. What those guys discovered the number one thing that we really, really don't like about Facebook is TMI. Too Much Information!
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