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A ‘Conspiracy of Affection’

While vacationing in London’s Clerkenwell neighborhood, I found a dance class that seemed doable: “Limbering, Tuesdays 6 p.m.” The next evening I found the stately brick building just blocks from my rental. Everyone welcomed me warmly. “Where should I stand?” … Continue reading

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All It Takes Is a Little Pop

When my mother walks, her left foot makes a popping sound. Every step is audible. It’s always been like that. She doesn’t know why or particularly mind. For me, the sound is like a ticking clock; my brain mostly tunes … Continue reading

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 Gentle movement 

Stretch for 10 minutes.  Start your day with some gentle movement to get your blood flowing and shake off the stiffness of sleep. Stretching helps you be more flexible, to… Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and … Continue reading

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One Minute

“A willingness to stop for even one minute is a powerful place to start. Stand up and do some gentle stretches, even if it’s just for one minute, sit down and be willing to be with yourself as you are with love … Continue reading

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Nature + Movement

Long walks in nature, which I’ve previously written about, has been key to cultivating my sense of inner calm. There is something very healing about being out in nature especially when combined with movement. I’ve walked hundreds of miles already … Continue reading

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