Driving Disaster Blasters

Driving Disaster Blasters

Driving for two 16+ hour days almost consecutively is a back-blaster recipe for disaster. I did just that heading from New Hampshire to Colorado to reach my family, especially my 5-month old granddaughter. (Queue “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”...
Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone

Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone

I simply love to teach yoga and movement. Even in my position as an Exercise Physiologist in our local hospital’s Cardiac Rehab department, my favorite part of working with our patients is educating them on how to either return to or begin adding regular...
Finding Symmetry on Three Legs

Finding Symmetry on Three Legs

Six weeks, one boot and a crutch equals a loss of symmetry and balance in my body. I was hanging from my pull-up bar this morning, grateful to have the opportunity to let most of my joints literally hang-out for several minutes. Just to recap: As of writing this blog,...
Bunions and More…

Bunions and More…

I have written at least a couple of dozen blogs since my last entry many moons ago. And they are all in my head! Time to put thoughts on a computer. At this very moment, I am semi-reclined with my left foot elevated and iced following surgery a week ago. My hapless...
Nutrition: Take Small Bites

Nutrition: Take Small Bites

In the early 80’s, while studying Exercise Physiology at the University of MD and teaching aerobic dance classes (as they were called back then) at an upscale Georgetown exercise studio, I was always munching on plain, oversized bagels between or after classes....
The Devil

The Devil

I do enjoy a homemade chocolate chip cookie on occasion. A REAL chocolate chip cookie, with both white sugar and brown sugar. The traditional recipe. It’s true. I am a firm believer in the 90/10 rule (I upped it from 80/20): 90% of the time, make the healthy,...

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