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The Power of Pursuing a Good Idea – You Just May Change the World

I grew up in Downers Grove, IL, a suburb of Chicago, playing every sport available. I wasn’t naturally inclined toward anything that involved a…

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Weight Underside

There is an aikido principle called “keep weight underside.” When we’re tense, our weight moves “upperside”—shoulders tense, etc. When we are grounded and calm,…

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Is Cardio Dead?

Such proclamations are regularly chimed from the merchants of the “Get-Fit-Quick” brigade, who appeal to the couch potato that there is a magical easy…

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Even A Little Yoga

“Even a little is better than none at all.” Sometimes we know too much. Should I do some sun salutations? Or would long slow…

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Tips For the Savvy Traveler

by Becca K. Whether you are the seasoned traveler or one who just occasionally takes a vacation, there is no doubt that travel has…

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Nutrition and Your Vitality!

Hi there wild women.  Thanks for taking a little time to read this and for taking in a little nourishment!  Nutrition is all about…

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Safety Gear

By Lynn F. I’m frequently asked, what is the most important piece of safety gear, for road cycling? Let’s have a look… Road ID-…

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WONDERWOMAN POSE

By Jacqueline S. I have been doing this core exercise for the last 10 years at least once a day. My brother told me…

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Stuffed Tomatoes

Summer in Tuscany is a wonderful time: hot temperatures during the day mitigated by wonderful breezes in the evening, the happy chorus of the…

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BUILDING A MINDFUL CARIN by Colleen Cannon

BUILDING A MINDFUL CARIN by Colleen Cannon Cairns (or balanced rock piles) are made to mark a path or trail, and are on the…

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Peru Success Story

Women’s Quest Peru Adventure November 2016 ~ Cynthia Brown – Women’s Quest Sister & Heart-Opened Adventurer The opportunity to go to Peru was first…

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Simple Listening Exercise to Reduce Stress

Find five minutes to sit in nature. Listen to this simple stress reducer. Repeat often to clear and lighten your load.  

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Who’s Overwhelmed? Your animals are too…

by Kate Solsti Stress and Our Animals Our animals are acutely aware of the electromagnetic frequencies of stress as we experience it and as…

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Louise Hay was the REAL WONDER WOMAN!! by Colleen Cannon

by Colleen Cannon I first met Louise Hay around 1986 and was instantly inspired by her work. She tremendously improved my racing career and…

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Harvest Time in Vermont

Ahh late summer in Vermont, cool nights, crisp warm days….and time for harvesting. We wait all year to be able to harvest from our…

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Hiking Essentials

by Carolyn Dragon Before heading for the hills, here are a few things to make your hike most enjoyable. Know where you are going!…

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Gratitude for Peru Adventure – A Success Story by Jessie (Yasmine)

Hiking in Peru was an adventure that I would have never imagined myself having. I was at a state of mind where I had…

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Let your body change your mind!

by Dr. Sara Gilman, LMFT, PsyD “Sara met Colleen while fulfilling a lifetime dream of cycling in Italy. Inspired by the fun of the trip,…

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Preparing Your Body for Hiking in Peru

So you’ve decided to finally take that trip to Peru you’ve been dreaming about. You’ve chosen your travels dates, booked your flight and you…

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Bike Shorts 101

When I started cycling back in the prehistoric days, 1980’s to be exact, the choice was wool shorts with a leather chamois. Not bad,…

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Solar Eclipse – Monday August 21st

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard that there is a solar eclipse coming. The entire continent will experience a…

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