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Two weeks from today, busy season officially will be over. You'll get to go home when the sun is still up, and you'll see that, while you've been busy working, flowers have begun to bloom, buds are on the trees, and the neighborhoods are once again filled with the sounds of children and dogs in the evenings. Sounds idyllic, doesn't it? Meanwhile, you've got more work to do in the next two weeks than any normal person should have to face. Take a little break, stretch, and get back to it. Remember that your clients appreciate you and your family and friends are looking forward to spending time with you.

Gail Perry
Chair Squat
The squat is one of the best ways to tone and strengthen your lower body.  You can prepare yourself for this exercise by placing a chair behind you, sitting down and standing up several times, thinking about the muscles you are using.
  1. Stand up and place a chair behind you.
  2. Stand comfortably with your back to the chair, your feet shoulder-width apart.
  3. Keep your arms at your sides, your back straight, and your chin parallel to the floor.
  4. Slowly lower your weight down, reaching back with your butt as if you are going to sit in the chair. Simultaneously, raise both arms out in front of you to help you keep your balance as you descend into the squat.
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