- Producer30/09/2016Hayfield to Kinder Downfall Circular Peak District WalkOn Friday evening we leave work, and in less than an hour we’re pulling up at Hayfield Campsite in the High Peak. I’ve been wanting to walk Kinder Scout since reading a friends blog article about it the year before, though it’s taken until now...
Comments19/09/2016 #18 Lisa 🐝 GallagherNice live video @John White, MBA! Horsetooth Reservoir is beautiful, thanks for giving us a view of it. My son meets a friend near or in Ft. Collins to Mnt. Bike, I will have to show this to him and ask him if he's been in this area? I bet they'd love it! I know I would love to visit Horsetooth the next time I'm out there!
- Producer10/08/2016Pikes Peak Leave Your Car at the Bottom Sure, you can drive to the top and get a bumper sticker that reads "This Car Climbed Pikes Peak", but it is more rewarding to get the t-shirt proclaiming the feat done with your feet.Read more:...
- Producer18/07/2016A man that matched the mountainThis is me and my sons hamming on the peak of Mt. Pilchuk yesterday. The trip was all about making a plan, then starting on it. Taking corrective actions as needed, and adapting. The goal was to get to, ascend and descend Mt. Pilchuk, and come home....
Comments26/07/2016 #9 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#7 There is a ton of great stuff on their website., @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher I have been captivated the last couple days with the implications of re-installing the 'tremor' mechanisms that we were meant to employ to deal with aftermath of a flood of hormones and neurotransmitters when a stressful situation dissipates.26/07/2016 #8 Leckey HarrisonHi Lisa,
I would steer you to our website at https://RaiseYourResilience.com, and take your time learning and possibly developing other questions. Then we can talk via the phone or Zoom, and you can decide from there what you'd like to do. If you prefer, you can skip the website and we can talk directly. I allow you the choice, just let me know.
Leckey26/07/2016 #7 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#6 @Leckey Harrison, would love to hear more about your treatment. I remember reading about it on Linkedin but my memory is not that great after reading so much. I think we can all learn from each other and some modalities of treatment work better for others as well!26/07/2016 #4 Deb 🐝 HelfrichIt is the same contradiction, @Sarah Elkins, that means that I found this post a week too late and at just the right time. Shoot, I am confronting a set of different but equivalent patterns just thinking about a drive across the water to meet-up with @Leckey Harrison.
I have a bit of a helper pattern, but thinking it through it is my control patterning that is causing me aches and pains galore. I also notice that perhaps my career as a payroll software consultant further ingrained this feeling that something cannot be a "go" unless it has been rigorously planned, tested, contingencies outlined, backups secured, and hundreds of taxing localities voluminous regulations satisfied.
I have hit this place were everything seems monumental, necessitating a byzantinely complex set of maneuvers. Even the way I approached writing that sentence is showing me the gyrations that I have let become my default operating procedure over these last few months.
And yet, I know the 'summit' of England is exactly where my next chapter requires me to be. I decided. We decided. I am going to have to surrender to a simpler way of doing. Step, stop, step.
OK, @Gary Sharpe?26/07/2016 #3 Sarah ElkinsAwesome, @Leckey Harrison. Really a huge leap for you to take, and you took it one step at a time. I know that sounds like a contradiction, and it would be if we were talking about the physical challenge you faced. But in this case, it's exactly right, one step at a time gets you there. Great story with great lessons.18/07/2016 #1 Lisa 🐝 GallagherWow @Leckey Harrison, I'm so happy for you! As someone who experiences are similar I was able to feel what you so visually described. My husband and I did a climb up a mountain in Maine and .5 miles up I sat down, I was shaking and had tears while saying I didnt think I could complete the other half of our climb to the top. After self talk, encouragement from my husband, I did it! I'm so glad you were able to ask for help and had this special time with your sons!