My friends have a wonderful dog named Ozzie who loves agility training. Ozzie has been participating in agility competitions for the past few years. If you are not familiar with dog agility competitions they are the events where dogs are led through a variety of obstacles, such as tunnels, teeter totters, poles and jumps. The goal is for the handler to lead the dog through the course as quickly and accurately as possible.
At one all day competition about a year ago Ozzie had been entered in several events—and as it turned out, one too many events. Continue reading “Take a Lesson from Ozzie”
Do you have a To Do List?
I do! I do! I’ll be the first one to admit I love to get things done. It makes me feel accomplished. I love checking things off my list!
I will also be the first one to admit that many times my To Do List is a major source of stress for me.
What about you? Continue reading “The To Do List”
I have once heard it called our American Sickness—our seeming need to fill every waking minute with activity. Continue reading “Our American Sickness”
What is your relationship with time? Do you have enough or are you always short of time?
Time itself is not stressful.
How you choose to relate to time is what can be stressful. Continue reading “Posture, Pain and Time”
A student of mine recently asked me, “What do we actually have control over?”
As I get older I realize just how many things in life I don’t have control over—the weather, other people, the stock market, my long awaited flight that is now delayed 6 hours—and it seems with each passing year I come to terms with more and more things that I don’t have control over. Continue reading “What Do You Actually Have Control Over?”