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Why Kettle Bells at 60?

This past May, my daughter graduated from college which whipped my attention around to the future–hers, and my place in it.  As I saw the years unfold before me, I noticed that at age 59, I couldn’t see ahead indefinitely.  I saw the pavement end, and I saw it very clearly.  This was even more stark than

Jul 18, 2014 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Know anyone with Hip or Back or Knee or Neck Pain?

How many times have you tried to fix your knee?  Or you back?  Or your neck? How many doctors have you seen?  Other providers?  Have you tried supplements?  Herbs?  Vitamins? It’s not your fault that nothing’s worked.   By the time your pain is chronic, your situation is complicated.  It won’t respond to a one-time, one-line

Jul 28, 2011 / by corematters / No Comments

List from Within

Are you trying to make changes this year?  It might help if you look closely at your goals.  Are they goals based on other people’s expectations or standards?  Goals based on advertising messages we’re fed every day?  Or are you aiming for something that came to you in stillness, when you were very quiet and

Jan 17, 2009 / by corematters / No Comments

37 Seconds, Well-used, Is a Lifetime…

That title comes from a movie I watched with my daughter last week, Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium. (If you have kids, rent it and watch it with them!) While waiting for a clock-store prank to unfold, his co-hort says, “Ok, now we wait–exactly 37 seconds…” To which Magorium replies incredulously, “Wait???  NOOOO!!!–We breathe. We pulse.

Jun 26, 2008 / by corematters / 1 Comment