Posted by terrepruitt on March 4, 2009
Ok, so here again I can blame my husband. I am here blogging and it is all his fault. He has been telling me for a while that I should write a blog. I keep thinking, “What for? What do I have to say? Who would listen to me?” Then I start talking about something and my husband looks at me and says, “See? You could blog about that.”
But I still keep thinking “Who would read it? What do I write about? When do I write? I’m not an ‘expert’! Blogs are are for experts to talk. ” But then I find myself reading blogs and getting interested and going back for more. Some of the most interesting ones aren’t written by “experts”. They are just normal everyday people sharing information, talking out loud. I figure I can do that.
My name is Terre Pruitt. I am a Certified Nia White Belt and a Licensed Nia Teacher. I am also a certified Personal Trainer with the National Council on Strength and Fitness, and a Certified PiYo Instructor. I am interested in getting people to move their bodies and keeping them moving to ensure their present good quality of life or make it even better. I also have some strong opinions on other things related to that.
So . . . .I intend to keep my blogs somewhat in the realm of health, wellness, fitness, and the like. Although, since it is my blog, I get to make the rules as to the clarity of that realm. In other words, I might stray from that area a bit, from time to time. Also, since I have already blamed my husband for unleashing me on the world, and therefore somewhat introduced him, he might be chiming in from time to time. Say . . . one day when I run out of something to say, like that will ever happen.
Until next time, My Lovelies . . . . .
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Posted by terrepruitt on March 3, 2009
Hey, this is a blog, so I feel I am stating the obvious, but I also feel that I need to do so, so that we can be certain that you know what is going on here. I am “talking out loud” and sharing information. I will do research or supply information to help support the things I say on this blog, I will be responsible for what I say in my blogs, but in no way, shape or form, am I or my company to be held responsible for anything that happens that you might consider suing someone over. I cannot be responsible for what other people say, what other people do, or what you say or do. Be responsible, be respectful, and we can all get along just fine.
My blogs are “in the moment” meaning when I write them and when I post them that is when I mean them. I could change my mind and I reserve the right to do so. In fact, in some cases, I hope I do change my mind because that is what it is about; learning, changing, growing, etc. So my opinions might change, they might not. If they do, deal with it, I am under no obligation to explain myself (although knowing me, I probably will because I will be excited that I learned something new).
Please post comments, but keep them nice. If they are not nice, I won’t leave them/approve them. Also, all comments posted are the views of their author and my allowing them to remain does not imply that I agree with their contents.
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As a reminder, by reading my blog you are demonstrating that you are aware of the above and understand that nothing on my blogs can be held against me. Also, you might want to check back here every once in a while because I am new to blogging and I am sure that I will learn a lot along the way, so this is going to change.
Thank you so much for your time. I know life is really busy so I appreciate you reading this and stopping by my blog.
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