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Little Joys Ch.49

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! February 18th, 2020 I think there is a deep biological connection between us and trees. For most of us, the sight of any sort of tree […]

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Little Joys Ch.32

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! February 1st, 2020 We have created a culture where working ourselves to death goes hand in hand with laziness on a scale unheard of in the […]

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Little Joys Ch.28

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! January 28th, 2020   “Go out and walk. That is the glory of life,”  -Maira Kalman Having a moment to simply walk for the sake of […]

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Little Joys Ch.8

This post is part of an ongoing challenge to share a little joy I have found each day of this year, and perhaps for the rest of my life. I hope you enjoy it! When sometimes I am reminded that the mechanics and shopkeepers stay in their shops not only all the forenoon, but all the afternoon too, sitting with […]

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Focus on the basics Padawans

So many people, myself included, over-complicate matters when getting into fitness. People start worrying about whether they are doing the right kind of training, eating the right kinds of food, going to the gym as many days as they should be. But like all things, the only focus you should have when entering into something new is mastering the basics, […]

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Take a walk

There are a multitude of stressors in our modern society. Work, friends, family, traffic, there never seems to be an end to the swarm of little irritations that can pile up on you daily. Many people escape this chronic stress by distracting themselves with social media, tv shows, alcohol, drugs, and fawning over their dogs. I would argue that a […]