Fall Into Health

It’s hard to believe the official Autumnal Equinox has already past and the dog days of summer are behind us, though in Baltimore the heat has been up so it sure feels like Summer! Fall weather is around the corner and personally – I can’t wait. Fall is my favorite season – the crisp weather, the changing leaves and the bountiful harvests that abound. Fall is a time for new beginnings – children start school or if you’re like me – you’re sending young adults off to college and starting a new beginning as the parent of an (almost) adult. Continue Reading

Walking In The Woods Is Good For The Body And Soul

I love walking in the woods, hiking with friends, family, or by myself.  For years, my now teenagers have spent summers in the woods at camp for weeks at a time, and later in the Adirondacks with dear friends, hiking and maintaining the trails they love so much.  This year, my oldest son, along with two best friends, will hike a 130+ mile trail in the Adirondacks. There’s no doubt that a walk in the woods makes you feel good. It might be the fresh air, the sunshine filtering through the trees, or maybe the majestic glimpses of nature. Then Continue Reading

Back To Health For Back To School

Students are preparing to head back to school. It’s the rush of shopping for clothing, school supplies, lunches and other essentials. As your children are transitioning from a summer full of activity and movement, carefree fun and relaxation to being more sedentary, carrying backpacks and adjusting to the rigors and stress of school work – take the time to read these tips on how to make sure you’re heading back to health when you head back to school! 1) Take care of young backs! Hopefully your school is one of those that is moving away from lugging heavy backpacks back Continue Reading