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Oven Mitts made with Rubik's Cube fabric

Useful Things

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Little things, y’all, can make a big difference.
Outline of a red heart

Pay Attention

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Bring our whole self to the movement, the activity, the moment. What might be possible with this idea of paying attention with the whole self?
Sleeping sisters

Looking for Normal

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I hope that no matter what else is going on in your life, that you get to experience some comforting normal.
Swan Nest on Thames

Walk More, Type Less

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In less than two weeks, I walked over 100 miles.
Walking in sneakers on a dirt path.

Taking a Little Break

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More walking, less typing.
Athletes on high road, pedestrians along lower road.

Athletes Take the High Road

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We can learn a lot from going outside our comfort zones. We can also learn a lot—as we do in Feldenkrais lessons—from staying well within the easy zones.
Audubon Park Oak Trees

Growth Opportunities

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“To correct is incorrect.” Instead of correcting, Feldenkrais liked to provide experiences, ask questions and leave space for curiosity and discovery.
Winecups budding out

It’s the Little Things

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Little things—a smile, a helping hand, patience, forbearance, a pause—can make a big difference. The difference might be for someone else, or it might even be for ourselves.
Parsley Hawthorn Blossoms

Spring Green

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Keep on going places, keep on looking, keep on being curious. I hope you’re going for it, and finding fun, pleasure and grace along the way.
Bumper cars in front of a roller coaster

Bumper Cars

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Sometimes life feels like bumper cars in a way that’s not so fun. You go forward, expecting to meet with success, and you just run into another bumper.
Butterfly on Crimson Clover

More Is More

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It’s a nice time to open up—move a little more, lift our eyes, lift our hearts, connect with ourselves and others.
A spiral representation of the number Pi.

Happy Pi Day!

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We can keep on saying more and more about life, but there’s always a bit more that we can’t quite define or even describe.