Yes! You can get started! In this episode of the Hike Healthy Podcast, we’ll talk about some tips to help us stop the procrastination. We get to go on a glorious hike in the Blue Mountains of the Pacific Northwest near Walla Walla, Washington. Great pictures from the hike are ahead in these show notes–
This episode’s foreign language clip is from my friend, Ketan and he was speaking Marathi. That is his native language from Western India. Thanks to Ketan for thoughtfully providing that translation of “Helping you take control of your lifestyle”.
Please take a moment to comment on this podcast and give me your thoughts. I also encourage you to share it with others as a way to help them be more active.
The theme of this episode is summarized in two to three word phrases. A few of those phrases are: “Do It”, “Yes, I can”, and “We made it”.
Start definition: To do the first part of something. To begin or set out, as on a journey.
One of my favorite sayings: Even if we’re on the right track, we’re going to get run over if we don’t keep moving forward.
What is your journey, goal or destination: Increasing your spirituality, becoming more educated, losing weight, improving your relationship with a spouse or family member?
The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it. W.M. Lewis
You don’t have to be good to start, you just have to start to be good. Joe Sabah
Pictures from this episode’s hike near Dayton, Washington above the Touchet River at Teancum Timbers: