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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

Slip Sliding Away

There is a quaint saying here in Toronto -- there are two seasons in the city; winter, and construction. I think it's time to add another season to the mix - FRACTURE season! This seems to be a very hazardous spring here in TO, with the freeze/thaw/freeze cycles we've had lately. I've left the hou Continue Reading...

Take a Fall on the Wild Side

Let's talk about the walk. You get out of bed and walk to the toilet, you walk to the kitchen table and eat breakfast, you walk to the car and drive to work, you walk to your desk and work all day, you walk to your car and drive home, you walk to your table and eat dinner, you walk to the couch and Continue Reading...

The Ruby Slippers

Two weeks ago, Toronto had the first big snowstorm of the season. I was in San Francisco, having treated myself to a holiday after the RES™ certification week in Ventura. I received notification that my flight was cancelled, but I headed to the airport anyway, thinking they'd get me on the next fl Continue Reading...

A Good Start

I'm at the age where a lot of my nieces and nephews are having children, which is a lot of fun for me, because I get to tell them stuff they really appreciate, such as: Don't put shoes or socks on your kid when they start to walk! Don't use a stroller, use your arms! Don't let your kid sit on c Continue Reading...

No Foot, No Horse

Every horseman is familiar with the saying "No foot, no horse." It means regardless of how beautiful and how perfect the rest of the animal may be, if it has faulty feet, do not buy it! Such is the importance of your foundation. Most children begin walking at the age of one, give or take a month Continue Reading...