#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Straight from the Horse’s Mouth

Today, I had an email from the manufacturer/inventor of my Marvel Machine. He’s been reading the blog–isn’t that great? It seems I should try for the full four minutes on the lower body workout. This is an upper-body day, so I can take the day to think about it. I lowered the resistance to the minimum and managed two full minutes yesterday. You know, I THOUGHT I was in better shape than this. Alas, successes are not single events, but the cumulative results of small, steady efforts, made on ordinary days. It’s the choices and decisions we make, the attitudes we adopt–every day–that make all the difference.

I’m loving this machine. Yes, it was expensive, but it was one of the best choices I’ve made. I’m worth it, after all.

Have a wondrous weekend.

And a special hello to my sweet sister, Sal, and my friend, Vicki Webster. I love you both dearly, and it means a lot to me that you read this blog so faithfully.

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