Health & Wellness
In the quest for health or physical semi-perfection, it is a natural inclination to be attracted to the next best thing. Whether that is keto, high-intensity workouts or just some sort of rigorous training regime, it is easy to forget slow and steady wins most races. It is nice to think about the small practices of our childhood we never really had the discipline or understanding to explore thoroughly. For many women, ballet was one of these practices.
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Southern California isn’t exactly known for its wealth of foliage, but come fall you might be surprised how many trees there actually are hidden among the desert landscape. If you’re looking for truly stunning fall colors, check out these gorgeous hikes.
Walking as a competitive sport was all the rage 150 years ago. Arenas would fill and people would cheer on their favorite walkers. Yes, it was even considered dangerous by some religious groups and why not? It incited tempers and fervor for physical elitism, as well as gambling to be sure. Much later, however, another American walking tradition sprang up inspired by President John F. Kennedy and considered to be the proof of physical health, walking 50 miles. It is also known as the Kennedy March.
There are spiritual retreats going on around the world at any time of the year. It has become such a phenomenon and it’s increasingly easier to find a retreat that matches your wants and can give you the restorative energy you need to continue in life. This fall, there are tons of spiritual retreats to choose from.