Welcome, brave traveler, to my snippets of life unedited!
As you will guess from the title, this page is dedicated to unedited and, hopefully, very short video posts. I plan to use these videos to share my thoughts on issues that may not require an entire blog post OR that may be addressed in an upcoming, but not-yet-written, blog post.
I am uploading these clips “as is” because, well, that’s how life is…it’s “as is.” We don’t usually get the opportunity to edit our words so that we sound effortlessly eloquent or faff with our surroundings until they’re just perfect. Videos don’t always have to be about presenting images of unattainable perfection framed by fairy lights and candles.
So, here I am – me, “as is.” Undoubtedly, there will be a lot of unflattering angles, mixed up words, bad lighting, and cats…I can promise you lots of cats ; however, if I feel moved enough to pick up the camera in the first place, I hope it is the sentiment that comes through and not my videography skills (or lack thereof).
I do thank you for taking the time to visit today! Pleasant journey!
Exercising on a regular basis is difficult at the best of times. When you throw depression or low moods into the mix, it can seem impossible. However, as I have mentioned in a couple of previous posts (linked below), there is something to be said for getting up and moving even if that movement is minimal.
Today (actually, it was Tuesday), I want to share some exercise DVDs that I discovered at Target a few months ago. To date, this is the only at home DVD exercise program I have managed to stick with which is quite a feat. Because of this, I thought it was at least worth mentioning in a Life Unedited snippet.
Have a great day and remember to keep moving, even if it’s baby steps!
Surviving the Down Days: Get Moving
A Do One Thing Printable
Leslie Sansone Just Walk DVDs