The Vipassana mediation retreat. Now, the Camino De Santiago. It is these types of experiences that reinforce the principle of being comfortable with being uncomfortable.
What can you discover exploring a city by foot?
Reconnecting with nature helped Todd Hannula breathe new life into his daily routine.
Just mentioning Jesus can get funny looks and rolled eyes. No sermonizing here, just my thoughts along with a few funny bits about healing.
Barry Adkins walked 1,400 miles to speak in different schools about his loss of a son due to binge drinking. But the walk itself showed him so much – forgiveness, grief, and moving forward.
Bob Sinclair walked until he could run. Now he can’t stop.
Why it’s good when the city shuts down.
Take a walk with Leo Babauta.
It’s hard enough to learn to walk. But when you have lost your left leg and right foot, it’s near impossible. (Just don’t tell that to Kayden Kinckle, however).
Mike Sliwa believes the story we tell ourselves about ourselves is a story worth forgetting.
McDonald’s weight loss experiment proves yet again that eating for weight loss and eating for health are not always the same thing.
Movement maverick Rannoch Donald on how doing a little, often, becomes a lot.
For John Brier, walking his dog turns into an exercise in mindfulness.
Happiness is always a choice. Jackson Bliss breaks down the first 10 ways to personal happiness
Enough already with the gym you never visit. Go take a walk.
I’ve seen squirrels do some crazy things, but this critter puts them on a run for their money with this acrobatic feat.