Laren Cavicchio's Blog

Scoliosis 

Written by Sunday, January 31, 2010 11:26:29 PM
I have a 10 degree scoliosis in my thoracic spine that, while not severe, leads to other subluxations in my spine (also affecting my ribs), a crooked pelvis, and muscle spasms in my back. It's a lot of maintenance, and in spite of my years of... read more
 

Stretching! 

Written by Sunday, January 17, 2010 8:56:10 PM
Hi Folks, I'm back. Sorry for such a long sabbatical. I wanted to write about stretching. Although it is difficult to write about it (much easier to show or assist), I thought I'd give it a whirl because stretching is something that helps heal the... read more
 

The Art of Resting 

Written by Sunday, September 20, 2009 9:56:13 PM
Coming back to the topic of wellness…. I am learning the art of resting; doing nothing, enjoying time off, taking advantage of my downtime, etc… I am referring to this as an “art” because it requires practice (at least for me), and it does appear to ... read more
 

Buying Time 

Written by Sunday, September 13, 2009 5:20:51 PM
Time is the most precious commodity we have. I’ve been absent from blogging because my time has been so scarce. I am not sure that this is a sign or symptom that I need to make changes, so I am relying on my blogging audience to comment and let me... read more
 

Chances, Synchronicity, Opportunity, Value 

Written by Sunday, July 05, 2009 11:44:44 PM
Be calm, focused, and live without fear.   Taking a chance is part of finding out what it is that we want, and any decision we make can easily be grown into another decision too, so do not think for a moment that taking a chance leads to... read more
 

Economics and Health 

Written by Sunday, June 14, 2009 10:33:49 PM
Can you remember a day that did not include the phrase, “… in this economy”? The economic state of our nation, or our neighbor’s household, or our friend’s company or business, can affect our wellness, and we must not take that for granted.... read more
 

Some good things 

Written by Sunday, May 17, 2009 10:54:42 PM
I was going to write about emotions, their origin, the effect they have on our ability to heal, and our ability to re-route our emotions to encourage health and wellness; then I had dinner over my friend's house and realized that there is a lot ... read more
 

Health and Weight Loss 

Written by Sunday, May 10, 2009 6:33:03 PM
I wanted to blog about losing weight because everyone usually starts to think about this topic right before the summertime, and they forget about their goals six months later in November right before the holidays. Losing weight takes time, and it is ... read more
 

Hope 

Written by laren Sunday, April 12, 2009 9:57:20 PM
The definition I like the most: “to expect with confidence” (www.merriam-webster.com).   How confident are we to expect good things to happen? How much do you exercise your ability to hope? I live in the moment, and I don’t tend to plan ahead ... read more
 

Patience... 

Written by laren Sunday, April 05, 2009 9:53:31 PM
I stretch everyday, and I’ll be honest - it requires patience! And it can be boring sometimes too. I think these are the biggest reasons why people aren’t stretching more often. There is, of course, the lack of education on how to stretch; however,... read more
 
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