Mossy Walk

Today I launched a new creativity campaign – Mossy Walks. Inspired by a single paver near our driveway and a never ending supply of green, unassuming, intricate mossomeness in BeHi.  What began as just a reason to get out for a walk, log some steps on my FitBit and finally take a photo of that lovely stone, turned into a meditation walk and a time to connect with my neighborhood. I skipped yoga to complete, made North Beacon Hill my labyrinth and was rewarded greatly.  See the Photo Walks gallery for documentation.  Top five reasons everyone should take a Mossy Walk:

  • Spending time with a singular focus is a luxury
  • When you are looking for less, you see more
  • Number of steps is proportional to the amount of inspiration
  • Allows you to see beauty in even the most dinghy areas
  • May just find enlightenment

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“A dog is not considered a good dog because he is a good barker. A man is not considered a good man because he is a good talker.”

Namaste!

PS: I can’t help my self but in my head is the Rocky Top Tennessee song, of course being dubbed Mossy Walk Tennessee… Mossy Walk, you’ll always be Home Sweet Home to me! Good ol’ Mossy Walk …  Big shout out and thanks to my grade school music teachers for instilling these classics into our lives.

3 thoughts on “Mossy Walk

  1. Hi Megan,
    I’ve read over your last several posts, and I LOVE your blog. Your content is great, and I’ve enjoyed getting glimpses into your life. Plus, you’re a good writer – interesting and witty. I’m by no means a blogging expert, but I think you’re doing a wonderful job with your posts and photos.

    PS Love the Tennessee shout out in this post! Made me smile. 🙂

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