Tangent: Podcasts for Suburban Walks The past month or so I’ve been taking long walks over the weekend. I try to get in the neighborhood of ten miles. I always … Continue reading TBR List Declutter, Bonus Issue 2
Well, we did it. On a chilly, overcast morning a week after the autumnal equinox, we hit the trail with the tallest member of our family for our fifty-second walk.
On the autumnal equinox, in 85-degree, sunny weather, we took our fifty-first weekly walk. For the first time, we forgot hats.
We hiked our fiftieth hike twelve weeks after the summer solstice. Only two more to go until we’ve finished the full year, and only one more until astronomical autumn (unless we hike … Continue reading Weekly Walk 50
On Labor Day, eleven weeks after the summer solstice, we took an afternoon family hike, my spouse, the two kids, and me.
Ten weeks after the summer solstice, we took our friend Linda hiking again.
Nine weeks after the summer solstice, and it’s still summer, although the season seems to be growing a little stale.
Eight weeks after the summer solstice, we took my sister for a walk.
Seven weeks after the summer solstice, and we’re back to full-on drought.
Two weeks into Exercise month of my Habit Experiment, and I’ve already learned a lot about myself. For one, I hate keeping emotion journals. To be fair, I already knew this, … Continue reading Mom Overboard! (Habit Experiment mid-month check-in)
Grab your fleece—New England mornings are still chilly in May—and begin your walk at the oldest house in the neighborhood. This split-level made its debut just months before JFK was shot, … Continue reading Your Morning Walk: A Guided Tour
A little after six o’clock the other morning, I went out for my daily walk. I stepped out of the house and into thick fog. This was new. As I … Continue reading Fog