Inertia: Beyond Physics

By: Dr Tanvi Maharaja, PT DPT  | Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy   In 1687, Sir Isaac Newton published Principia, heralding the dawn of classical physics. Herein, he described the laws of motion, the first being: An object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion with the same speed and in the … More Inertia: Beyond Physics

Facing a New School Year with Intention, Goals, Attitude

By: Sandy Churchill In the wee hours of morning, I found myself listening to a delightful podcast called Rise Together, hosted by Rachel and Dave Hollis. (Rachel’s books, Girl, Wash Your Face and Girl, Stop Apologizing are fantastic inspiration to tackle your stuff and get going in this world.) The topic was all about tackling … More Facing a New School Year with Intention, Goals, Attitude

Summer Theme Anyone?

By: Sandy Churchill The sun is high, bees are buzzing and scents of summer flowers and freshly-mowed grass are filling our spirits with hope and joy this time of year. School years are coming to a close and vacation schedules are tiptoeing within reach. We’ve all encountered the scramble to set forth New Year’s Resolutions, … More Summer Theme Anyone?

Kindness Month Could Inspire Us All

By: Sandy Churchill Recently, I happened upon a jauntily-crayoned rainbow sign that simply said, “Kindness.” It was masking-taped in an elementary school hallway in honor of “Kindness Month, ” as part of the year-long Character Counts initiative. The simplicity and bold yellow-orange-and-green stripes of the sign made me smile. Kindness. The image in the third … More Kindness Month Could Inspire Us All