How Do You Know When You Are Overextended? I’m Wounded, What do I Do? Vanessa sat in her kitchen, feeling torn. She loved her children, her job, and her home. She felt fortunate, but at the same time, disenchanted. Tired all the time, her mind felt cluttered with lists of things to do amidst toys to clean up or step over, chores to complete, and job tasks left unfinished. But worst of … [Read more...] about How Do You Know When You Are Overextended?
A few years ago I traveled to Alaska for work and returned very late on a Wednesday night. Having been surrounded by water while in Juneau, Alaska, in addition to hiking, flying, and driving from 0-3500 feet elevation a dozen times (which means an abundance of air and ether) over the course of teaching the low back and spine pain class, my internal clock (and everything else) was really thrown … [Read more...] about Air Travel Health Woes: Minimizing the Ick Factor