Category Archives for Mind

Ten Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger

If I could go back in time, like Ebenezer Scrooge does in “A Christmas Carol”, this is what I would tell my younger self about “exercising”. 1. You have but one body. Take care

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Spencer’s Gone and Part of Me Went With Him

I had to say goody-bye to Spencer today (9/20/13) – my best buddy, the smartest Dalmatian on the planet. He had a large and expanding tumor in his tongue and we lost the battle. But we had a great

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Happiness and Realistic Expectations: How Can I Achieve Both?

  “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” ~C.S. Lewis Wanting something that is out of our reach can be motivating yet when the goal is too far away, the struggle

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How to Hold On to Your Mind

  You know what “older” means, right? Over the age of 30. If you’re 30 or older, this is for you. Have you ever gone to retrieve something and at just about the moment you arrive

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A Simple Way To Lower Blood Pressure And Be More Creative

  “I think you should take a nap during the day for a while.” I heard this from my wife, Elle, my friend and colleague Christine, and my acupuncturist, Margaret Webb (who by the way is

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Can This Diet Lead to a Foggy Mind?

We know that what you eat plays a large role in your day to day life: energy, development of strength and stamina, and maintenance of optimal levels of body fat. But now, it seems, all that bread, pasta,

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How Often Are You Dancing?

  Truth be told, only in the privacy of my music room…alone…in the dark. I think my dancing is best summarized by this: But, there’s a solution. These. These are pair of shoes that a parent

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A Mind Altering Experience

“Biological brains are first and foremost the control systems for biological bodies.  Biological bodies move and act in rich real-world surroundings.” – Clark, A (1998) Most of us lack a little

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