Tag Archives: NaBloPoMo

Allergies – Symptom of Nature Disconnect

For the past 8 years I have lived a block from sheep and cows, yet I could die if I lived on a farm.  Dogs cause my immune system to go on red alert with struggle to breathe, hives with … Continue reading

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Rewiring the American Dream

Lots of great information and ideas are percolating for my post of the 4th wing of ecopsychology on biomimicry, but this will need to wait until next Thursday as I am on-call for work and joining family in the evening … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

During my first marathon distance walk three days ago: LOST ~ 3700 calories (according to MapMyWalk dot com). ~ Skin from my right foot. ~ Digestive regularity (everyone who has done a marathon warned me). ~ The idea I could … Continue reading

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One More Bucket List Wish

If I amass enough funds to obtain photography equipment, I wish to take a workshop with this man whose work I’ve been admiring for years. Brad Goldpaint and his fiancee are throwing in everything to live the dream!!  Serving others … Continue reading

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A Dawn to Dusk Pilgrimage

I did it.  Finally walked a marathon distance of 26 miles in a day, clearly not focused on speed.  I completed the distance in 10 hours. November 23, 2013, was chosen by Ultimate Hike when I signed up to be part of … Continue reading

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Wing 3: Physical Health Through Nature Connection

[Part 3 of a 4-part series on Ecopsychology] (Chuckanut Trail, Bellingham, WA – October 2013) 1)  Walk. We’ve all heard about the health benefits of walking, but walking outdoors has been found to help people more than indoor walking in … Continue reading

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Now For Something Completely Boring

A toss-and-turn full moon night’s sleep with a powerful dream instructing me to study Tibetan plant medicine (great! but how?). I awoke to expected news related to my job and thoughts about a grad school program I was accepted to in … Continue reading

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