To state the obvious, I haven’t posted in a while. I can pile on the excuses: major life transition, the holidays, a nasty cold, and (hopefully temporarily) losing all the pictures on my computer. But I think the real reason I haven’t posted much since Thanksgiving is that I wasn’t sure what to write. I …
In answering Danielle LaPorte’s burning question, I dive into how our mental and emotional patterns play out in our posture, and what that tells the world about how we feel about ourselves.
A month of Yogust have come and gone. Aside from feeling like I grew 2 inches, what did I learn from this challenge? Read on to find out, and see my bucket list of ideas for month-long challenges.
After 3 weeks of Yogust, if I haven’t done my minimum of 5 sun salutations by the end of the day, it feels weird, off, and frankly gross. Doing yoga every day is as natural as brushing my teeth, which I guess is the goal of these 30 day challenges. Doing yoga every day necessitates having a home practice. Here are a few things I do to make a home practice work for me.
I’ve been doing month-long challenges for years and have found them to be a great way to try on new habits or try to get rid of old ones. Here I share some of what I’ve learned about setting and accomplishing 30 day challenges, and how I’m doing with this month’s challenge – doing yoga every day.