My longtime friend, Randy Eady, aka the Foot Whisperer, is a freelance writer and foot therapistr who has written some great articles, lately, that I want to share with you.
He's been published on the Huffington Post website, woo hoo!
Hmmm, didn't know anyone on the staff, there, had bunions!
Anyway, it's a very readable and informative essay, so put up your feet a while, and give it a read.
Want to live in an "innovative and functionally foolish way"? Randy shares the story about "Reversible Destiny Lofts" in Toyko, Japan.
This is a report about living arraignments that positively affect the "physical and cognitive changes that often vex those in a later life span position by making you defend yourself against them."
Very interesting reading.
Want to get lost? Want to engage in healthy exercise while doing so? Try a Labyrinth!
Randy writes for the website AFAR: The Collaborative Travel Guide, and has 2 recent stories on labyrinths that I really enjoyed reading.
1. Unique in Belgium is Le Labyrinthe Durbuy and, as he describes it is a “collection of labyrinths has a surface that equals 22 football fields with secret corridors and small alleys. Visitors listen to the stories of the wonderful characters they encounter on their way to find the correct route out of the maze." There is a new theme each year, and the photo with this story is beautiful!
2. The Quest Haven Labyrinth, in Escondito, Ca. will have you going around in circles!
In addition to that there are also miles of walking trails at this huge retreat.
I love this picture, too!
There rest of his little reports, are here: http://www.afar.com/travelers/randy-eady