A real Crow. And the Crow Pose in yoga. And last week, I managed to get my crow to fly. Sort of. The idea of goal-setting in yoga (or anything athletically based) is something that is new to me. Remember I told you that one of my biggest regrets of childhood was never latching on… Continue reading The Crow Attempts to Fly
Today. Today at 10:14 am I will turn a new number. The Vanna White of numbers is about to grab ahold of the one that is glowing and…and….and….there it is! Number 42. Sounds good if I were on a field and that were my jersey. Well, on the playing field of life, I’m now number… Continue reading Thoughts on a Year
When I went to the Kripalu center (Kripalu) a few weekends ago, my brain had the fun of getting packed full of some pretty amazing new information. About all different things, too. It was like a mental buffet…little bit of this, little bit of that…ooo, I’d like seconds of that, please! It was a weekend… Continue reading Simply Complex
Yes, I have returned from my Thelma-Minus-Louise adventure, therefore not pulling the last stunt that Thelma and Louise did over that canyon. I also did not shoot out the tires on any 18-wheelers (as previously mentioned) or get a hickey from a young cowboy. My weekend was far milder but just as satisfying. I went… Continue reading Thelma is Back…Laughs and Happiness in YogaLand
I have a total love-hate relationship going right now with my subscription to Travel and Leisure magazine and with the email blasts that I get from TripAdvisor.com. I scored the magazine from one of those “pick 3 subscriptions for only $1 each” deals from my credit card. Seemed like a decent idea since the cost… Continue reading A Drop in the Bucket
Do one thing every day that scares you. -Eleanor Roosevelt I heard these words yesterday in my brain when I was at my yoga class. My teacher asked if I had ever done a headstand. To which I simply and quickly replied “they scare me”. I’m at an age where I don’t beat around the… Continue reading I Hear You, Eleanor!