“People Who Say That Running Is Fun Are Lying to You,” Outside Online recently had to claim. I’d still say that I do it for fun, but in the process, maybe I took things a little too easy.
The case that got me thinking about individual experience and the need for some “self-experimentation” – see my post on The N = 1 of Life Advice – came almost literally from a case… From samples of Pure Encapsulation’s Daily Immune (Immune Active, as it’s called in Europe) supplement, that is. Supplements in the form of multivitamins had, not that long ago, been
As much attention as “paleo” has received as the latest fad diet, the people who are looking into its basic tenet as a guide to what a human is meant to experience – how we are to live, not just to eat – are much fewer. It may be understandable only too easily. “Do you want us to go back to the Stone
How we are not at home in our bodily being is one of the fundamental ways we are not “at home:” We think of “our bodies” when that is, in fact, what we are before we even develop a sense of self, remain even if we lose our mind, and always are as an integrated whole. One particularly good case in point is
St. John’s Day, as in: Midsummer Day, the day of the summer solstice, is almost upon us. It will be the time for mountain solstice fires again, then, and fittingly for both that day and climate change, St. John’s Wort has just come into bloom here, already. Having looked towards FKT as “fully known trails / terrain,” I have reason to look back