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Mental Fitness Beat: The HQ Blog
Mental Fitness can be as simple as committing to a mindfulness practice, making time for physical activity, practicing gratitude each morning, journaling, or taking 5 minutes a day to pause and recenter. It’s about creating consistent routines that build mental strength to help you reach your goals, find flow, and unlock creativity.
Natural beauty surrounds our region and is unparalleled in many respects. The striking natural landscapes are further complemented by a diverse, vibrant art scene and community matched by no other
Anna Meyer | [email protected] | Aspen Times | July 13, 2023 Program director Lindsey Lupow and development coordinator April Davey spread the word about HeadQuarters, formerly called Aspen Strong, at
I believe that the soundtrack to a happy life is laughter, and that life and recovery are team sports. I am very proud to be a member of the HeadQuarters team and to help move our mission forward toward a hopeful future. And though my love affair with fancy, stinky cheese and savory, delicious, dried meats is virtually unmatched, this is by far the best board I’ve had a seat at.
Hello! My name is Andrew Pollesel. I’ve been part of HeadQuarters for almost two years and have lived in the Roaring Fork Valley for nine years. What drew me to HeadQuarters is their mission, ‘HeadQuarters engages, educates, and empowers mental fitness to create a healthy, vibrant community.’
Executive Board member, Paddy O’Connell, interviews Bear Grylls.
“Everybody has these struggles. You rarely meet people who just never struggle. And if you do well, it’s like you’re not aiming up very high then, because struggle is part of our DNA. We’re designed for it, we thrive in it, but we’ve gotta not be scared of it.”