Our Blog – Thoughts from the Path

A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life I’ve been dealing with sciatica (oh, yeah, it’s a big pain in the butt!) so have been walking a lot around my neighborhood. It’s easy. I don’t have to drive anywhere and I can just roll out of bed (literally!), get dressed, tie my shoes and go. While chatting with friends the other day, I was saying (it may have been more like a whine) how boring it gets. ...[Read More]

Spring Renewal

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.” Helen Keller   In the noise and busy-ness of today’s pace, there are times when we just need to take a break. Do it. Put on your shoes, sling wide the door, let the light shine on your face and start walking. One foot in front of the other. One step at a time. Share it wi ...[Read More]

It’s All About Joy

Why Walk? The short answer is because it feels good to get outside. I’m not talking about walking on a treadmill inside. This is an option, of course. A treadmill is good for exercise and I don’t mean to stick up my nose at it (well, I am) but part of the rich value of walking is being outside. You might only walk around your neighborhood, but nature is always there with you. Birds are there or so ...[Read More]

Serendipitous Outdoor Moments

  Walking outdoors offers so many serendipitous moments. Little things that we often pass by without noticing. The tiny busy bird feeding its babies, a cat stalking prey, a hawk fluttering in one position as it looks down on a mouse, glittering green grass moving to the rhythm of the wind, a single gorgeous white feather in the sand… On one morning’s walk I looked up to see – Beautiful, ...[Read More]

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