What is inspirational and motivating is different for everyone. What we need may shift from moment to moment, but it helps us to build up our toolbox of ideas to keep us going, and so we have the right thing to pull out when we need it. Our Powerful Latina interviewees have suggested many things that they find useful for them. See which of these resonate for you, and add your own ideas as well. Maria Reinat Pumarejo, nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize and co director of il: Institute for Latino Empowerment, shared that for her, being in nature was something that gives her peace and recharges her batteries. Many interviewees spoke of using music as a mood shifter. Listening, playing or singing music, and even dancing to music are all motivating and inspiring, from time to time. in Seismology, former Director of the Carnegie Academy for Science Education (CASE) and winner of the 2008 Hispanic Heritage Award for Math and Science said that working out is something that motivates her. Another big motivator was simply talking to friends and being around other women. Juana Bordas, President of Mestiza Leadership International, and Dr. Ana Nogales, clinical psychologist, founder of Nogales Psychological Counseling, Inc., and Clinical Director of the nonprofit organization, Casa de la Familia, were two of the women who mentioned this motivator. A really interesting idea was shared by interviewee Rita Jaramillo, Senior Liaison, Community Outreach, Office of Governance and Policy, for the National Education Association (NEA). She compiled an "atta girl" book, where she saves certificates of achievement, notes from others that have commended her, and things that remind her of what she's accomplished. This idea was echoed by one of our Powerful Latinas readers, Krista Contino Krahn, Intellectual Property Attorney, who wrote, "Whenever I receive a compliment from someone I trust or admire, I keep it in a draft email along with the others. Then, when I am feeling badly about myself, I look at what is now a pretty hefty list of kind things people have said to me over the years." This idea of an "atta girl" book, folder, box or file is a great one, and one I think we could all cultivate. Jeanette Cisneros, Family Practice Doctor and Medical Director of a Public Health Clinic, says she uses humor and laughter as a motivator. Don't we all love a good laugh? Naomi Helena Quinonez, Chicana poet and educator, American studies scholar and a Latina cultural advocate, writes to inspire both herself and others! And a multitude of Powerful Latinas, among them Marcela Landres, one of the few Latina editors in book publishing, and an Editorial Consultant, spoke of reminding herself how far she's come and the blessing she has in her life to motivate and inspire herself. Isn't it amazing that the ideas and suggestions for motivating ourselves are nearly endless? What works for YOU? 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People will apply the 'pancake method' and try to flip the ball over their shoulder holding the racket with both hands, or they will go for the 'Sabatweeny' (named after the Argentinean player Gabriela Sabatini who would on occasion hit the ball between her legs with her back to the net), some people will try to smash the ball either keeping their backs to the net or trying to turn while hitting.
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A callus will usually then form under the metatarsal head and subsequently, a hard corn will form on top of the bend in the shoe where is is likely to rub against your shoe. Soft corns can also form between the toes where the skin is pinched. This is both disfiguring and painful!As ever the golden rule is that prevention is better than cure wherever possible. It is therefore crucial that shoe wear be changed so as to promote increased foot comfort and health. If not, then it is likely at a later date surgery will become a distinct possibility. Foot health should never be sacrificed for the sake of following fashion. The following serious question should be asked what do i really want surgery or those shoes, surgery or those shoes? If you have hammertoes then the proper shoe that should be worn, is one with a deep toe box aligned to a rounded shape like the toes with a soft composition. It should be wider in the forefoot than the heel and higher in the toe box, not flat as most shoes. 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A Legacy of Gene Marilyn Glick, this world class urban bike and pedestrian path connects neighborhoods, cultural districts and is the downtown section serving the central Indiana greenway system. The districts connected by the Indianapolis Cultural Trail include Fountain Square, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave, The Canal White River State Park, and the Wholesale District. The Cultural Trail will also connect with the MononTrail, allowing visitor's easy access to Broad Ripple Village from downtown. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail includes the following districts: Northeast Corridor: from North Street, along New Jersey Street, extending through Walnut Street, to College Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue to 10th Street. This conveniently connects you to the well known Monon Trail. North Corridor: running along the length of St. Clair Street, onto part of The Canal (between St. Clair and Walnut streets), then Walnut Street, to Meridian Street, and the American Legion Mall as well as North Street. Capitol Alabama Corridor: from Capitol Avenue along Washington Street to South Street and Alabama St. then Market St. to Washington St. has been completed. Southeast Corridor: paves its way along Washington and Pennsylvania St. to Shelby and Prospect streets on Virginia Ave. West Corridor: from Indiana Ave. to White River State Park on the east side of Blackford. Southeast Corridor: from South Street to the Interstate bridge. Check out my "Cultural Trail 4 miler" You are guaranteed to love this little jaunt through downtown so, park your car, lace up your shoes and get on the trail! This route includes parts of the West, North and Northeast corridors. Art works featured along this route: Prairie modules, Herron Project, Medal of Honor glass memorial, The luminary gardens, Start: Parking at the Murat theater (Old National Center) on North Street find the trail head at the intersection between North St. and East St. Head west along trail past Riley towers, the Government building and the Elbow Room onto Indianapolis's Century Plaza (American Legion Mall.) Head North along the plaza to St Clair's Street past the beautiful architecture of the Indianapolis Marion County public library. Head south along Meridian St. and pick up the trail heading west past the magnificent Scottish Rite Cathedral. Continue west along the trail until you hit the splendid Indianapolis canal walk at the USS Indianapolis memorial. Head north along the canal path to the next bridge at St Clair's and take the pathway back up onto the trail. Follow the cultural trail along St Clair's until you come to Indiana Avenue. Head south east along Indiana Avenue taking you over to the IUPUI campus via Blackford Street. Take Blackford Street through campus, past the Herron School of Art and Design, over to the Indianapolis State Museum. Hop back onto the central canal pathway and follow this back east and north to the cultural trail at Walnut Street. Take the trail back towards the Murat on North Street and cool down by enjoying a leisurely walk around Massachusetts Avenue. Whether by foot or bike, discover the Indianapolis cultural trail this weekend! In the meantime, keep running! Contact us at Davina Lewis Fitness for everybody at Lewis Personal Training Other recent articles of interest: The 2012 Indianapolis running calendar, and Running applications for your mobile devices. Costumed cheerleaders haunt, spook frightfully delight on October sidelinesMany people of all ages enjoy masquerading about in a costume for Halloween. For young ladies, a popular choice throughout the years has been a cheerleader. 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