What are you missing while you wait for things to get better? Read about the case for hopelessness and how to create your own "grab list" here.
The antidote to new year’s resolutions is asking helpful questions. It is possible to step away from shaming yourself into action, while acknowledging there are new and different ways you can care for yourself.
Make gratitude a practice and a habit - register now for my Gratitude Journaling workshop!
What happens when we practice gratitude on the hard stuff?
There are things you have to do.
There are things you want to do.
And there is the way you do them.
Although physical practice hooked my attention, it's the philosophy of yoga that changed me. Join me for the Beyond Asana workshop series, which will take you past the physical practice and into the philosophy of yoga through the Yamas (moral guidelines). Each 2-hour workshop includes group discussion, journaling and self-reflection, micro-practices, and guided meditation.
In the wake of sexual assault and #MeToo in the yoga community and the decade of surrounding silence, the relationship between teachers and students has to be revisited. I made these cards yesterday for my students, and hope they are helpful for you, too.
Download a new, cleaner version of the November weekly spread below!
I found that I hide behind task lists. As if writing them down was the same as doing them. It’s not. Organizing your tasks is not the same as doing your tasks, and I need to focus on the second. So my November spread is less about categorization and more about action. If you have [...]
I can do anything for a year. Anything. But this is going to be a hard one.For the next year, I am not going to buy things. It was inspired by a resolution set by @twiteryspitery a few years ago, and the recent realization of how much control media/ads/shopping has over me. It’s deeply habitual and unhealthy.Shopping [...]