What’s good for your brain? Get ready to smile…
Stretching what you perceive as your limits – to benefit both body and mind.
I love the message in this recent column in the New York Times Well Blog: Maybe we should take the “work” out of “workout.” Although those aren’t the words the writer used, the essence of the article is just that. If we can frame fitness activities as playtime rather than another “must-do,” we’re more likely […]
Pushing restart – again – on healthy habits.
A full night’s sleep… and the sun begins to shine!
My “get up and go” just got up and went.
Going nowhere? Maybe not.
I’m feeling swamped. Not in a bad way, but swamped all the same. Not with mother duties. Certainly not with household chores, as anyone stopping by for a visit might agree, raising an eyebrow and thinking I ought to man the mop and dash for the dust cloth. In fact, I’m up to my eyeballs […]
I dream that I’m swimming: I’m diving for pennies at the bottom of the neighborhood pool; I’m clocking laps underwater at the gym; I’m holding my boys, and teaching them to love the water. In these dreams, my stroke is long and strong, my body is lithe and light, and I am always pain-free. When […]
Some environments are more conducive to feeling good than others.