Tag Archives: yoga

Fantabulous Fridays: a yoga resource I like

I’m back on the yoga wagon.  I feel so much better when I have a regular yoga practice. Yoga has done wonders for my posture and strength.  I look at photos from years ago and am amazed by my “vulture” … Continue reading

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Stillness Sundays – Meditations from the Mat

Are you looking for a book with a daily yoga reading?  Try Meditations from the Mat by Rolf Gates and Katrina Kenison. I received this book as a gift from my friend Maria just a month or so before I … Continue reading

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Don’t get crushed by the daily grind

If I had a nickel for all of the Facebook posts I saw about folks not being ready to return to work today, I’d be rich!  Well, not really, as I have fewer than 250 FB friends, so that’s just … Continue reading

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Surprising, yet traditional

New Year’s Eve tip:  Don’t begin drinking champagne at 9:30.  If you do, you’ll end up going to bed at 4:00 a.m. and sleeping in on New Year’s Day until 10:00.  But don’t worry, you’ll still have time to start … Continue reading

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How to get a lot of work done on the computer, part II

Note.  This post is not very exciting.  And it will make even less sense if you don’t read part 1 first. 1.  Set the snooze button about 50 times.  Well, ok, maybe just three or four.  Wonder to yourself what … Continue reading

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First day of Fall musings

Summer’s officially over.  Hurricane season goes through November, but every day that the earth tilts a little more away from the sun means a little less chance that we’ll be socked. Today’s the autumnal equinox – the day that the … Continue reading

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Routines: the pull and the resistance

Ever since I was in seventh grade or so, I became enamored of making checklists and daily routines.  Back then, I was trying to squeeze in piano practice, homework, and keeping my room neat.  I would stick to my plan … Continue reading

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