Monthly Archives: October 2013

Walk it off to Thanksgiving Challenge!

Today I noticed that Leslie Sansone has a program, “Slimmer by Thanksgiving!” I’ve slacked up on walking and was thinking about committing to walking every day (except of course Sundays) every day in November. So when I saw Leslie’s post … Continue reading

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Christmas on Tatum Street

Every year I say I’m not going to buy a new Christmas CD. I mean really, I have countless CDs and most of them have all the same songs! But almost every year, a CD comes out that I can’t … Continue reading

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Progress!

It is a GLORIOUS fall day! The sky is blue and the air is crisp. I noticed on my walk yesterday, how many leaves/trees are still bright green. I don’t really know what makes the leaves change color. I mean … Continue reading

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New Insights Replace Old Beliefs & Patterns

This morning I decided to walk a different route. I usually take the more serene route to the reservoir via the Jones Falls Trail. Today I took a city route, over to my old neighborhood . This week has been a … Continue reading

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Distractions

For days I’ve thought about what I could write in my next blog. During several walks I’ve caught streams of consciousness that were so brilliantly clear (in my mind), only to completely lose the thought when I returned home. I’ve … Continue reading

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Why I Walk…

I walk for my sanity. Plain and simple. I understand runners high. I’ve never had it, but even when I walk I get to that place of total calm; of letting go of thought and allowing my body to move … Continue reading

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Five Stages of Furlough

According to Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, we experience five stages of grief: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. Elisabeth developed the model through her studies of the terminally ill and later suggested the model applies to any form of catastrophic loss. Most … Continue reading

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