My mom was in the hospital for over three weeks last month but I couldn’t remember the days or sequence of events when talking to my dad about it.
I work from home most of the time, but never feel fully satisfied with the things I accomplish on any given day.
What’s wrong with our world? What can we do about it?
These two questions shaped the profound documentary I Am. Produced by Tom Shadyac, director, screenwriter and producer, he’s most known for films like Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Bruce Almighty and The Nutty Professor. But this film is a little different. In his words, it’s a story about mental illness.
"This too shall pass" is a phrase that provides a huge comfort to me during not-so-comfortable times.
Today should be one of those times, but words don't comfort the reactions that are physically occurring in my body.
Whether you’re a brand new teacher or have been spreading the joy of yoga for a while, one question you’ve likely asked yourself is how to advertise effectively and inexpensively. Yoga is your passion and you want to share it with the world. The question is “HOW?”
I recently wrote about how our activities define us and outlined my Adventures in Minimalist Running. This made me dig deeper into my life and my yoga. It made me think about overlap in all of the activities in which I partake on a regular basis. As a yoga practitioner for the last 13 years, I’ve had highs, lows, gang-busta-in-your-face yoga for periods of time and almost non-existent stints of physical practice.
“You have to be different, great, or first.” ~Loretta Lynn
Social media is just what the name says. It’s a form of media that allows you to be “social” with your customers and potential customers. It’s not enough to join Facebook or Twitter and call it a day.