Month: July 2017

Multitasking My Run

Multitasking My Run

Most Saturday mornings, Hubby and the kids do cartoons and breakfast, while I work out my weeks’ accumulated stress and sedentary achiness.  Today, I ran a favorite route: a hilly road featuring a nice smooth sidewalk, stately homes, and a well- kept Trustees park overlooking the […]

Shake (Run, Stretch) It Off

Shake (Run, Stretch) It Off

My blogging bandwidth was squeezed considerably by clinical and personal stressors  this past week. I was on call for our practice, and while there were few actual pages, they were mostly middle-of-the-night legitimate medical problems. Like, Doctor, I’m coughing up blood; as opposed to Doctor, […]

Actively on Vacation

Actively on Vacation

It’s hard for many doctors to “unplug” from clinical duties. And it can be hard for anyone to be physically active when they’re away. But last week, we were actively on vacation in every sense of the phrase. And it felt wonderful. The week prior, I […]

Guest Post: Eulogy for a Mother, Role Model, Inspiration, and Friend

Guest Post: Eulogy for a Mother, Role Model, Inspiration, and Friend

My wonderful, warm- hearted, politically progressive, and unmistakably Italian mother- in- law Marie Socci passed away last week. My husband gave her eulogy, and he described the impact of her life far better than I ever could. So today, I present a guest post by […]