Monthly Archives: January 2015

5 Ways Being Uncomfortable Makes You Stronger

As human beings we are constantly seeking pleasure. We engage in activities that make us feel good. However, during our search for pleasure, we spend a lot of time avoiding any sort of discomfort. This makes sense though. Who wants … Continue reading

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What Would Mindfulness Look Like During Snowmageddon 2015?

Aside from cycling, you have probably noticed a heavy presence of mindfulness throughout my site. As a young clinical social worker in NYC I often find myself utilizing mindfulness throughout my practice. It is not a technique per se, but … Continue reading

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The Wheels Keep Spinning

Wheels are what keep the bike rolling. Without them all we have is some welded metal. The bike would be useless. Wheels come in many forms, but they are all circular. Our wheels are the only part of the bike contacting … Continue reading

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PLEASE CLICK THE FACEBOOK LIKE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER (I WONT DO THIS OFTEN)

I am new to the world and need some help. Also, check out my last post

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Can Bikes Help Our Youth?

Thanks for asking. The answer is most certainly yes!. The idea behind Bike and Brain is to bring awareness to the helping potential of the bicycle. Now of course the bike is not for everyone, but its reach is certainly … Continue reading

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5 Ways The Bike Helps Us Regain Control

  When there is a problem, I can fix it.  Bicycles absolutely require maintenance, however, with a little instruction a bike can be very easy to fix on your own. Unlike a car most of the bike’s parts are exposed, … Continue reading

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Alternative Medicine: Citi Bikes

You read that right. I came across a study that was being conducted in an effort to determine the benefits of bicycling on severe and persistent mental illness. Yavar Moghimi, a psychiatrist out of DC was awarded a grant, which … Continue reading

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5 Ways My Bike Has Been More Reliable Than Your Best Friend

1. My bike has never said no 

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5 Reasons Cycling Makes Me Happy

1. I am in control

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5 Reasons I know Jesus Pedals With Me

I am truly happy On the bike is where I feel comfortable. I can clear my head and be at peace. It’s the moments on the bike that I begin to understand who I am. It’s these moments I converse … Continue reading

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