Writes Andy Newell on TeamToday:
“Davos is one of those towns that you go to and it makes you realize how big skiing is in Europe. Each small village and hotel is connected by perfectly groomed ski trails, creating the ideal terrain for easy distance skiing. Some trails are double tracked for classic and others for skating, but the amount of kilometers that you can cover in a day is incredible. The fact that they somehow get it all groomed every night is pretty amazing in itself, and the number of skiers out on the trails is more than I’ve seen anywhere in the word. We call it â€˜march of the penguins’, huge herds of tourists plotting along in the tracks, migrating from one coffee shop to the other. It’s pretty funny to see.”
Grasping the Moment
by Alexa Turzian
As we all live our separate lives from the moment we wake up to the second our eyelids fade away to sleep, we often forget who we are, where we are, and what we have in those moments in between. Each of our unique daily routines consume us day in and day out, until our bodies and mind act as robots always knowing what lays ahead and needs to be accomplished with no surprises along the way. It is very rare that anyone, especially the audience to whom I am speaking, ever has a chance to stop, breathe and clear their head of all the daily thoughts and reminders that constantly run frantically through our heads. I admit I’m a victim to this kind of life style as much as anyone else. However, today was one of those rare days in my life where everything just seemed to slow down, where all my bodily senses seemed to take in the world to a much greater degree and clarity and where my life itself and what it consists of made me feel like the luckiest person alive.