Last week, I talked about my physical and exercise diet. Getting outside every day helps a lot. The fresh air and brisk pace get my heart pumping, but it sets my mind free. I’ve had an epiphany more than once while being dragged along by the husky. However, this week, I want to share the … Continue reading Watch Your Diet, Part 3
(C) 2020, JJ Shaun How do you keep from losing your mind when the temperatures are dangerously cold and you can’t take a walk without getting frostbite? I don’t know about you, but I practice yoga and I write. I’m not much of a television person but will watch the news and follow whatever show … Continue reading Keeping Fit
I spent the first nine months of the pandemic doing my best to stay virus-free. I isolated, walked the mountain with regularity, and made sure to mask up when I did have to go to town. My regimen worked well until after wildfire took our legs out from under us, and my headspace went to … Continue reading Staying Healthy During A Pandemic
Last April, my new doctor told me that if I didn’t get my collective crap together, I was heading toward a myriad of health issues that would affect my quality of life. That night, I finished the bottle of wine I had been drinking and thought about the changes I would need to make to … Continue reading Walking for Health
"There's nothing, repeat, nothing to be ashamed of when you're going through a depression. If you get help, the chances of your licking it are really good. But, you have to get yourself onto a safe path."~Mike Wallace American journalist and newscaster Mike Wallace was born on this day in 1918.
Creative words are hard these days. Practically every post or story I try to write morphs into a commentary on the world of today, along with the challenges we are all facing. So, I’ll start there. As I’ve said before, I live in a very rural area. The closest grocery is about 45 minutes away, … Continue reading Finding Normal