Too Many People, Too Little Love

I’ve been contemplating this for a while now, and Kait and I have had many conversations about this. But it is something that I think about often, and I want to share it with you. So, here it is.  This is what I’ve been contemplating — I am going to write it how it plays […]

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Traveling with a Newborn: Cape Cod, MA

This was by far our longest car ride with Weston.  Philadelphia to Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Massachusetts is six and a half hours without stopping or traffic.  So at its best, it is double what we did last weekend, when traveling to Woodstock. We left Saturday morning. I had a client in the morning, so we […]

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We are Constantly Changing, It’s up to Us as to How

To follow-up on my post last week, Why I Took Out My Earbuds…. I mentioned my Apple products, Audible, and podcasts almost as if the problem is that they exist. That is not the case at all. The problem is always the user, me and you. We choose to use these devices, it’s not necessary. […]

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Traveling with a Newborn: Woodstock, NY

This was our longest drive yet with Weston.  He was eight weeks old and every day has been different.  The past couple of weeks have been a little rough at times, as far as Weston’s sleeping and our sleep.  He had his best night of sleep yet, six hours straight and then three and a […]

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Why I Took Out My Earbuds

For last month, I have stopped wearing my AirPods while walking to and from working with clients.  Actually, the last time I remember wearing them was my trip to Tucson, which was one month ago. Typically, over the past 5 years that I have lived and worked in Philadelphia, I would go back and forth between […]

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Traveling with a Newborn: Ocean City, NJ (Our First Trip)

As you may know, we took our first vacation with our newborn son, Weston.  He hit six weeks old half way through our trip to Ocean City.  Living and working in Philadelphia, we don’t use our car much.  On average, we probably drive it once every 2-3 weeks. Needless to say, Weston has not been […]

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What to do About Stress & Pain: The Follow-Up

In my last post, The Most Common Cause of Pain, I explained how I have found mental stress to be the most common cause of pain in the body — Now, let’s discuss what to do about it! A popular stress combatant is exercise. Exercising helps because it releases hormones that reduce stress and don’t make us […]

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The Most Common Cause of Pain

I have been working with people for about the past 12 years. I graduated with my doctor of physical therapy degree about 10 years ago, but I started really working with people who have pain during clinical rotations during school.  I have learned a ton about life by working with people who have pain, injury, or […]

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Nostalgia: Ocean City, NJ

Honestly, I’m not typically one for nostalgia.  I tend to forget a lot of my childhood, not because it was bad and I need to block it out.  Quite the contrary.  I think I don’t remember because it was actually really good, and quite frankly, my life has been so far.  My low points have […]

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Gratitude Amidst Change

Let me tell you about my experience trying to get home from Tucson… I was flying American Airlines from Philadelphia to Tucson.  I will pretty much always pay more for a direct flight than for connections, but there are no direct flights from Philadelphia to Tucson.  So I choose roundtrip flights that are a decent […]

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