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Riding Through Winter

This winter has been rather brutal. The temperatures have been in the low to mid twenties for the past several weeks. There has also been the occasional dip into the sub zero range. Despite these conditions, I have continued to … 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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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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Depression, Like Glass in Your Tire

Your BIKE transports you, your BIKE stabilizes you, and your BIKE relieves you. You understand your bike as a single unit with unlimited potential. However, as you know, your bike is made up of many parts. There is the chain, … Continue reading

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The Vulnerability and the Bike

Biking is raw. It’s just you, the bike, and the road. Getting around requires nothing more than your own strength. There is no protection, no windshield, no roof, and no doors. You are fully exposed. Along with the sense of … Continue reading

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