All My Posts, Listed According to Subject

Hi everyone!  I just got back from the most beautiful hike.  I went with a group of friends to the Blue Hills, south of Boston.

I stuck with them for the first hour (they were going at what was, for them, a somewhat relaxed pace).  Then, once I was tired, I made my way back to the car at my own pace, taking in the sights.

This is my general pattern– it’s how I’m able to tag along with my friends, and enjoy what I can, without pushing myself too much, or slowing them down.  It’s definitely more than I could have done a year ago, or even six months ago.  I can feel myself getting stronger.

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Anyway, I can see my blog has actually gotten quite a number of views today, so I thought I would just let you all know that I’ve compiled a list of all my posts, according to subject.

This blog has been pretty free-flowing.  It started out, really, for my eyes only.  As I came to realize other people might actually want to read it, I’ve tried to turn it into more of a blog-blog.

Along the way, I’ve written posts in the order the inspiration comes to me– which is not, necessarily, the order that would make the most sense to a reader.

So here is a list of all my posts, grouped by subject, that might make a little more sense.

I am also thinking of writing some sort of guide or e-book on the sacroiliac joint, so this is sort like a roadmap to remind me where my writing has come from, and where it needs to go.

As always, please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or a certain topic  you’d like me to write about!

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