Tag Archive for 'walking'

My blog title is kind of a spoiler, no? It’s just that I have worked so very long and hard to get the audio version of my novel, The Myth of Jake, out to you, that I couldn’t wait a single second longer to share the news. (By the way, this post is filled with […]

One of the coolest parts of my job is figuring out why people move the way they do. Our bodies are living, breathing, moving monuments to our history of experience. Take me, for example. I took ballet for thirteen years and have worked very hard for the past seven to rid myself of the automatic […]

From time to time I write these posts where I have a little bit to say about a lot of things. “Crumbs” of information, if you will. You get one of those today. * * * * * * * Maintaining a gluten free lifestyle isn’t an option for my middle child, M. Gluten makes […]

Explore More : May 16th

Last week, the head of school at my kids’ school announced at our weekly assembly that there were only three more weeks remaining in the year. The kids cheered. The parents gasped. As Rusty, the dad of one of my son’s pals, said, “There’s a lot of culmination going on in those three weeks, folks.” […]

Explore More : March 28th

It’s baseball season and I’m a whiner. My son plays in the neighborhood league, where they warn you that failure to participate will mean you won’t be a part of the league next year. And participate? Well, that means two practices and two games per week. Did I mention he’s six? I prioritize family dinners, […]

I am sick, exhausted, and have laid eyes on my husband for probably four minutes thus far this week, so today’s post is going to be short.  But, I’ve been awful about my Friday posts this (crazy, crazy) month, so I don’t want to miss.   Speaking of missing things, I hope you didn’t miss […]

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’ve written before about how I suffered from chronic pain in my right pelvis and psoas-area after the birth of my second child.  I was in physical therapy for about a year and a half, and as a result became interested in (obsessed?) with whole body alignment and the impact it plays in health and […]

After I published this post about cleaning out my mom’s shoe stash, I got a lot of questions on Facebook about what shoes my kids wear.  Specifically, a lot of folks asked about summer footwear.  At the time, I hadn’t shoe shopped for the kids’ summer shoes, so I didn’t have any good answers.  But, […]

I was on Spring Break with the kids last week and we traveled to South Carolina to visit my mom.  While I was there, she wondered, would I be willing to clean out her shoe stash, as per the guidelines in Katy Bowman’s [amazon_link id=”1936661071″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Every Woman’s Guide to Foot Pain Relief[/amazon_link]. […]