-- Want to Save the Earth? Let it Move You
Why Do I Feel an Urge to Mimic Your Movement?
Three Reasons to Move to the Beat
Get into the Groove!
12 x 12 x 12: reflections on a year-long creative challenge
What a Body Knows: 10 Fun Facts
WHY WE DANCE
The Time to Dance is Now!
What Should I Eat — Animal or Plant?
How to Argue With Your Partner
Want to Do More in 2020? Get Enough Sleep
The Pain of Being a Bodily Self
What Your Movement Signature Reveals About You
Remembering Slavery: The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates
The Perils of People Pleasing
Upset about climate change? Plant a garden
The Mind Body Problem That Wasn’t
Love Your Body? The Dance of Martha Graham
The Gravity of Small Movements
How Living with an Ox Changed My Life
Tired of Research Studies That Tell You to Exercise?
This New Year, Be Surprised!
Winter’s Life-Affirming Dance — And the Genius of Martha Graham
Looking for a Purpose? Start trading your talents
We Are Not Done Yet
When a Child Leaves for College
What’s In a Dream? Have One? Want One? Or Not?
Radical Love: A Message for Our Time
I Have Five Children: Am I a Mother?
Live Theater: Do We Need It?
Wisdom from the World of Dance
Paying Attention: Consciousness of What?
Why Practice Repeating Ordinary Movements?
Happy If — Happy When: Why Write a Musical?
Making Mozzarella: The Process of Not Being Perfect
Dancing in the Face of Death
More Than a Horse: Saying Goodbye to Marvin
A Message for Artists — and for the Artist in Everyone
Are We “Born to Move”?
Why I Dance
Obey the Flower: Lessons Learned from Drawing a Rose
Hamilton: Making history
The Power of Movement
Happy New Year! Reflections on Practicing Creativity
Science in Support of “Why We Dance”
The Art of Farming
Ten Years of Rural Life
Spring (Roadside) Cleaning with Two Bags and Two Boys
Why DO Humans Dance?
Not Allowed to Dance? A year in a Haitian-American dance company
Never Stop Creating
Dancing Throughout Life
Falling For Dance
A Summer with Legs
Our Sacred Earth: What does it mean to call the earth divine?
An Artist in the Classroom: Can We Teach Creativity?
Sibling Intensity: Can there be peace?
Desire for Spirit: A Clue to the Causes and Value of Depression
Who Says Good Sex Is Easy?
Time for What a Body Knows
Obesity: What is the problem?
Why I Don’t Like Leaving Home
The Meaning of Milk
A Seasonal Sadness: Letting Go
Did Humans Evolve To Dance, part 4? The Movement of Mirror Neurons
Did Humans Evolve to Dance? Big brains and early births
Did Humans Evolve to Dance? Additional Clues
Did Humans Evolve to Dance?
Got Milk? Our Life with Cows
Rural Perspectives on Gun Control
“Christmas Fawn” A Poem by Kyra Lewis Gee
Farm Follies and Rural Realities
Want It All? Grow a Garden
Living with Pain: Must We?
Summer of My Son’s Brain Tumor
Isadora Duncan’s Dancing Soul
Ten Reasons Why Planting a Tree is an Act of Faith
Emotional Habits: The Key to Addiction
Partner as Peer
To Dance Is (More than Just) a Radical Act
To Dance is a Radical Act
What’s Family Planting About?
Addicted to Self-Denial: Can We Recover?
Will Running (or Dancing) Make Us Better Humans?
The Nature of Nature: For Us or Against Us?
What Love Can Be
Breaking up with God
Are You Ready?
Two More Mouths to Feed
Movement = Play = Love
When the Dish Breaks: An Internet Time Out
Hanging a Clothesline and Other Movement Matters
Radical Homemaking: A Revolution in Progress?
Do What You Can–For the Earth
Come to Your Senses
Plugged In, Turned On, Tuned Out
Thoreau’s “Tonic of Wildness”
The Home-Work My Son Loves
Parenting, Writing, Blogging, and other Radical Acts
Movement Manifesto, Part 2 of 2
Movement Manifesto, Part 1 of 2
Who’s In Charge of Me: You or Me?
The Limits of Listening (to Your Body)
Birth of B.B. (Baby Bull)!
The Land of the Super Smiles
Looking Into the Future
Learning with Leif
Surprising Leif: Giving Birth at Home
Cucumbers in a Cup
Back to the Farm: About Love
Yoking, Yearning, and Yoga
The Meaning of Weaning
A Fierce Gratitude
The Blanket Business
Cultivating Values: Why Am I Here?
Bottle to Bucket
New Arrivals!: Jordan’s Oxen-to-Be
Water, Snow, and Ice
Cream of the Crop
Make Hay When the Sun Shines
Forward to the Farm