I haven’t purchased a magazine in a very long time, but Real Simple’s publication about the power of positive thinking jumped out at me in CVS last weekend and I grabbed a copy. Having been in therapy, life-coaching on top of being a self-help book junkie, I already knew that there is plenty of scientific… Read more Navigating Spiderwebs
“Waterfalls wouldn’t sound so melodious if there were no rocks in the way.” -Rishabh Gautam My kids and I created a 2021 Summer Uber list consisting of all the (reasonable) things we want to do during our summer vacation. The list is only 10 items long. I decided not to add “pee on a bear,”… Read more Add To Checklist: Go With The Flow
I took the kids to the section of the Appalachian Trail closest to where we live this weekend to hike an out-and-and back to Annapolis Rocks via the AT. We hiked about 7.5 miles, with an elevation gain of around 990 feet. I wore my Camelbak backpack with a bladder with all of our supplies. … Read more Division: Parts of a Whole
This weekend’s hike was initially supposed to be a return to Shenandoah to a mountain, but at the last minute due to some possible afternoon thunderstorms and the distance to travel there, Maria and I decided to return to Patapsco Valley State Park instead. We met at 6:30 in the morning at the Landing Road… Read more Go Get Lost Friends.
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