Refreshing Review: See the Light Art Projects

Admittedly, the thought of teaching art to my kiddos makes me sweat. I have never been good at art, and I still have a vivid memory or two from JUNIOR HIGH of having to do a still-life drawing…cold shivers down my spine! So, I have never really explored this aspect of their education much, and […]

How the body moves: nuggets from my journey to be fit

Okay, let me just set the record straight right off the bat: I am NOT a fitness professional. I do not work in the field of fitness, I am not a physical therapist, bio mechanist, nor am I a fitness blogger. Truthfully, I’m can’t even classify myself as a fitness enthusiast! There are no credentials […]

Refreshing Book Recommendation: Alignment Matters by Katy Bowman

One of the great things about doing a blog is that you have a running record of all the information that you have shared online with your readers. Therefore, (if you are so inclined) you have material to share in a compiled form, such as a book. Well, I had the privilege of receiving a […]

Bootstrapping it…fact or fiction?

According to Dictionary.com: pull oneself up by one’s bootstraps: to help oneself without the aid of others; use one’s resources: I admire him for pulling himself up by his own bootstraps. Now, I have heard this idiom all my life, and truthfully, I really don’t like it. Yes, it sounds amazing to some people that […]

Disney’s revamped Disability Access Service starts today!

Today, Disney rolls out their new Disability Access Service, which replaces the old Guest Assistance Card system. Here are some tweets from those at the parks today: @MintCrocodile: At Disney California Adventure, new signage on DAS kiosk in Cars Land (previously used for Radiator Springs Racers) http://t.co/2ZuYI9fWaB @Imaginat1on: It’s D-Day at the Disneyland Resort! #DAS […]