The more I teach, the more I wish I could quit my “real job” and be a full-time yogi. I read about girls like Rachel Brathen, who just started out teaching yoga to a few hippies on the beach and is now an internationally famous yogi. She had to start small, too – I’m sure…… Continue reading make it happen
A two-pound wildcat that is surprised by her own tail is not exactly where I’d expected to find any profound wisdom. But, this lil kittacat is proving me wrong, and teaching me a thing or two. For those of you who don’t follow me on social media – I’ve recently fulfilled my lifelong desire to…… Continue reading kitty wisdom / being in the meow
Peopleing is exhausting. The introverts reading this will know exactly what I mean by that. The others, who don’t, and are reading that like “huh?” – what is your secret?? I’m jealous of the people who are naturally social creatures, who can be surrounded by people all day and chitchat for hours and still feel…… Continue reading take a lil’ quiet time
Rah rah, love your body! All bodies are good bodies! Your body is perfect just the way it is! It’s a welcome attitude in a society that’s constantly telling us we need to change our bodies in order to love them. Going against all the messages saying your body is the enemy, and actually loving…… Continue reading work in progress? nope, you are a masterpiece.
I’ve got nothin’ but love in my heart. More than just sounding like a floaty line in a lame love song, that’s a statement I’d like to be true in my life. The only thing that deserves to take up space in my heart, is love. Hate, sadness, worry, regret? Nah, no room for that…… Continue reading nothin’ but love
Ah, the Facebook “On This Day” feature. Most days, it’s a reminder of what an embarrassing human I can be – poorly-edited selfies, links to terribly angsty music videos, ridiculous status updates about god knows what. (I always know it’s gonna be cringe-worthy, why do I feel the need to look?!) But this week I…… Continue reading the journey, one year in
When you’re little, just about any kind of sadness can be made better with a good cry and a snuggle from Mom. As you get older though, there are more and more problems that are simply outside her (and your) control. It’s not that Mom’s lost any of her magic, it’s just that life tends…… Continue reading “furiously happy, out of sheer spite”