Quick question: What is one thing you’ve thought about changing in your life that if you did make that change you would feel overall healthier or better off physically, mentally, Continue ReadingAmbivalence: To change or not to change?
Remember the commercial of an egg and a frying pan? This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs. New academic research supports evidence that a walk in nearby Continue ReadingYour brain on a walk
I know I don’t look like a runner, but I am, in fact, a runner. Runners come in all shapes and sizes. I’m not a lean, 5-minute-mile runner, but I Continue ReadingThat first step
“Wasn’t it weird and stressful to stand up in front of a bunch of people and tell each other how much you meant to each other?” our daughter asked last Continue ReadingThrough rose-colored glasses
Ever been driving or walking somewhere and got turned around or lost? What did you do? Did you continue driving or walking around for a bit thinking you could find Continue ReadingLost? Stuck? What now?
More evidence of the combined effect of exercise and therapy. Exercise is therapeutic Give me a call at 404-895-1525 or email me at Denice@walkandtalkatlanta.com to set up an appointment. We Continue ReadingCombining exercise with therapy
Transition…We all experience it. Every day is a transition from the past into the present looking forward into our future journey. Some transitions are more difficult. Some easier. Some are Continue ReadingChange ahead
It’s no secret I like to explore the outdoors. Perhaps the only thing better than having a park as my “backyard” in the midst of the big city would be Continue ReadingExploring new territory
During my walks/runs through the park I enjoy looking at the trees. I love the varieties. I love the benefits they provide such as shade and fresh oxygen to breathe. Continue ReadingWelcome to my office, part 4: Symbolism
“Take a load off, Fanny. Take a load for free. Take a load off, Fanny. And….you can put the load right on me.” (The Weight. J. R. Robertson, 1968) Today’s Continue ReadingWelcome to my office, part 3: Unloading