Tag Archive for 'biomechanics'

Maybe you’ve seen people posting on Facebook about their “PRs,” or Personal Records, in running or weightlifting. Running your best race or lifting a goal weight is exciting and gratifying. Nothing I say today is meant to diminish the value of setting a goal and accomplishing it. I just want to share with you a […]

Critical thought. It’s probably the unifying theme to this blog. I apply it to the subjects that interest me the most: nutrition, wellness, emotional well-being, parenting, birth and pregnancy, breastfeeding, movement, relationships, the media’s perspectives on women and mothering … and more. I thought it would be fun today to share with you a list […]

Explore More : April 4th

At long last, the signs of Spring are emerging all over Atlanta. The azaleas and dogwoods are bursting out everywhere and I’m starting to think about switching out my kids’ closets. I try to wait until the very last cold spell passes before I switch everything out, and I am not quite confident we are […]

Yesterday I offered up quotable quotes and info from some of the sessions I attended at the 2013 Ancestral Health Symposium.  Today, I finish off with more notes from the conference. Let’s dive in … Walk the Talk – Esther Gokhale, L.Ac. and author of [amazon_link id=”0979303605″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back[/amazon_link] S-shaped […]

Explore More : July 11th

I took the kids blueberry picking this week.  Good heavens, we had fun.  I love that the kids got a better appreciation for the whys and hows of food production.  And, of course, I love the amazing berries we brought home. For you locals, we visited Roberts Family Blueberry Farm.  They use organic practices, have […]

Explore More : June 7th

Sorry about missing out on Explore More last week.  It was the last day of school for my kiddos and madness ensued. Have you read my post about Daphne’s Cafe and Market on Hilton Head Island?  It’s a Paleo / Primal eater’s vacation mecca … homemade bone broth, grassfed cream, and now she is brewing […]

I hope you enjoyed the first part of the Exploring Wellness Holiday Wish List.  Here are some more wellness wishes from my blog readers. The Vegetarian Yoga Instructor PP is a vegetarian, full-time teacher, and part-time yoga instructor.  Her “dream gift?” … a juicer so I can make delicious and nutritious vegetable and fruit smoothies […]