Tag Archives: balance

Finding the Fire

New Year’s Day marks the right to begin anew for so many.  Although we may know that our hope is our future, the past is over and done with, and there is no use crying over spilled milk, we often … Continue reading

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Delta Dawn

Change = Discipline + Action + Time A couple of months ago a young veteran dropped by my office at the yoga studio.  “I’m going to do yoga every day for thirty days!”, he exclaimed. “Excellent!!”, I said. He squinted … Continue reading

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Making Resolutions

My head had been a miss-mash of ideas for New Year’s Resolutions.  I have to admit, I checked out what all the Big Guns had in store for the masses…Deepak Chopra, FitBit, name brand yogis…and I was pretty sucked in. … Continue reading

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Happy New Year, 2013!

I’m back.  I’m balanced.  Because I’m moving. I’ve been working on my resolutions for a week or so. I have the typical “movement” related intentions; train for a sport or event, try new activities, have a more regular yoga practice. … Continue reading

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Matters of the Heart.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season … Continue reading

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Youth Sports Injuries…just the facts.

I get ranting.  I have an opinion.  About everything.  But then again, it’s my blog and I’ll rant if I want to (she says in a sing songy voice). Youth sports injuries occur at about 7 million/year. Interesting number.  I can … Continue reading

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To Be or Not To Be

That is the question.  And a recurring one, it is. After college I moved to a boarding school as the athletic trainer.  More than once I scuffled with coaches.  At times they viewed me as the young woman who didn’t … Continue reading

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