Fitness Reminder on Christmas Day For Every Day

My wife and I have followed Dr. Mirkin’s site for nutrition and fitness information for many years. That he’s a senior, like us, is a big plus, though most of the information is valid for most adult ages. He just seems more cognizant of the challenges (and opportunities) afforded to us as we age (smiles). […]

Biking Across Lake Champlain Vermont – Four Years in the Making

Biking Across Lake Champlain Vermont – Four Years in the Making Image on left: The Colchester Causeway, which extends from the Burlington Bike Path, and crosses Lake Champlain Vermont. *** “a beginner’s view: the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts […]

Happy National Running Day – Poetry & Meditatiion

Happy National Running Day! Poetry & Meditation *** Repost of February 11, 2011 post. “cross country” – meditation, or illusion? *** Pictured left, “101 Sports Poems Vol 4” Available by subscription, retail, and libraries. *** “the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, […]

Like Seniors and Aging? I Have These Books on Scribd – Previews

Like Seniors and Aging? I Have These Books on Scribd – Previews *** Pictured Left : “The Old American Artist” Now available on Scribd, via Smashwords Plus available via AudioBook *** “the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts […]

Like Yoga and Fitness? I Have These Books on Scribd – Previews

Like Yoga and Fitness? I Have These Books on Scribd – Previews *** Pictured Left : Paris Shorts Vol 1, which includes “Eiffel Tower Pose on Family Yoga Day” Now available on Scribd, via Smashwords Plus available via AudioBook (in Paris Shorts Vol 1). *** “the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a […]

Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 3 – Breathing, the Nano Stretch with Mucho Effect

Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 3 – Breathing, the Nano Stretch with Mucho Effect The logistics, physically and emotionally, of returning to work as a senior.  Commuting, snacks, sleep, and more. ** Pictured to the left, “Rosetta” – fiction.  From being fit, to having a full knee replacement, back to the courage of feeling good […]

Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 2 – Returning to Work as a Senior

Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 2 – Returning to Work as a Senior The logistics, physically and emotionally, of returning to work as a senior.  Commuting, snacks, sleep, and more. ** Pictured to the left, “The Old American Artist” – fiction. Please check my Author Page Listings for locations. *** “the intent of this blog is […]

Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 1 – Back to Fitness

Aging Gracefully into 62, Part 1 – Back to Fitness About moving from Vermont back to Texas, getting ill, and beginning to recover.  Yes, it’s a process. 😉 ** Pictured to the left, “Nice Thing ‘Bout Getting Older” Available FREE at most online retail outlets. *** “the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a […]

Fitness Fun : Precaution, Planning, and Commitment

Intro Our fourth grandchild, first grandson, from our youngest girl, finally arrived after nearly 48 hours of labor, and all are doing fine. We are blessed. * I had originally planned one of my extended style articles with recaps and reviews of fitness material my wife Sheila and I have learned, plus the application of […]