Five Leadership Lessons I Learned Walking the Camino de Santiago

My wife and I walked the Camino de Santiago five years ago. In late August of 2016, we walked 500 miles in 30 days across Spain. While walking, I had hours daily to think about a myriad of subjects. I … Continue reading

The Worst Day of My Life Was the First Day of the Camino de Santiago

There are seven predominant Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) routes in Spain. We chose the Camino Frances – starting in St. Jean Pied-de-Port, France, during the last week of August 2016. My wife was giving thanksgiving for … Continue reading

How Do You Accomplish the Most Audacious Thing on Your Bucket List?

Some people have a bucket list – things they want to do, to accomplish before they die. Years ago, it was more closely associated with impending death – months away! Today, it is less morbid and encompasses the less challenging … Continue reading

Moderate to Severe Osteoarthritis Pain Relieved with New Experimental Treatment

The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis (OA). When the cushioning cartilage in joints is damaged or breaks down, bones in the hands, arms, knees, hips, shoulders, and spine start to wear down over time. X-rays cannot detect damaged … Continue reading

On a Personal Note, It Started on a Wednesday 53 Years Ago

Wednesday evening, July 3rd, 1968, Marilyn Ann Huggins and I were married in Violet, Texas. Tomorrow it will be 635 weeks, 19,357 days, over 460,000 hours, 27.87 million minutes, or 1.67 billion seconds since we became man and wife. We … Continue reading

The Process I Use to Write and Publish Over 500 Articles

I have written over 1,500 blogs and articles over the past several years. I started out writing a daily blog with the goal of writing 365 blogs in 365 days. I missed writing and publishing a blog to my website … Continue reading

Knowing the Top 10 Makes it Easier to Write

I write on health and wellness because I love to share my knowledge with others. I research the human body at the cellular level looking for cause and effect relationships. Treat a cause, and you fix the problem. Treat a … Continue reading

Health is Also a Matter of Eating Correctly

I am not a vegan or vegetarian. I have a lifestyle that embraces the Wahls Protocol – balanced nutrition, stress management, toxins awareness and removal, and exercise. Dr. Terry Wahls is a physician who developed multiple sclerosis (MS) late in … Continue reading

Natural Options to Treat Headaches

A headache is something that more than 90% of us experience in our lives. There are four primary types of headaches – tension, migraine, cluster, and occipital. This article will discuss the most common type – tension headaches. Each of … Continue reading

Walking The Camino de Santiago – The Inspiration and Planning

Five years ago, this week, my wife and I began walking in preparation to walk the Camino de Santiago. Most people consider the Camino de Santiago a pilgrimage. It was a part pilgrimage of sorts, but more of a journey … Continue reading