Keep an open mind and always look for something new to your toolbox!
Resilience and flexibility are two traits that we all have and often forget to use.
Be in the moment!
We all need a catalyst at sometime in our lives to keep momentum.
For the next 12 days, I will be offering some words of thought and inspiration
As much as Parkinson’s disease tests my day, it does not define my existence. My
If you are anything like me, you probably don’t need a raging lunatic with a
In Norman Cousins’ book, Anatomy of An Illness, Cousins mentions a placebo study where over
Pressure hits us all. Some people thrive under pressure, while others just cannot deal with
This was created in May 2014, but I thought it was worthy of another appearance.
I recently joined a Rock Steady Boxing class! The class and the instructor are wonderful!
Without some sort of plan or framework, it is very easy to get lost along
Nature on Netflix To Wake To, Sleep To, and Enjoy – A Soft Voice In a Noisy World blog Karl Robb
The Magic isn’t gone, but it is fading fast. The art of magic will never
This morning I received one of those nuisance solicitations from a charity that I had
The view was expansive. The calm of the site was not what I expected. I
These are 2 very different photos. One taken in Virginia and one of the NYC
This was a wonderful walk full of Fall color and raining leaves. The wind was
For me, the holiday resonates with special memories of the whole family watching parades, football,
Diet and Parkinson’s disease seem to go together; which makes complete sense, as reams of research seem to point to the gut as a possible culprit for the illness.
Clinging on to that which does not serve us only weighs us down. Rather than
Nothing in our lives is for certain. Whether you are healthy or not, the one certainty is that things change. Plans change. The more flexible we are, the easier it is to adapt to change. Adapting does not mean you stop growing and learning.
Parkinson’s has taught me to appreciate every day, to appreciate and to truly be grateful for the good things and the simple pleasures in my life. Whether one has Parkinson’s disease or is in perfect health, the realization that a positive outlook not only makes you feel better but makes those around you feel better as well.
There is little doubt that human touch is of benefit to our well-being. When I