Posted in March 2012

…fight for a Cure

…fight for a Cure

That’s right, I said fight. FIGHT for a cure- a cure that will keep our loved ones from dying far too young, and suffering through precious days of their lives. I’ve been struggling with this Susan G. Komen scandal. I’m an avid Facebook poster and lurker, I read lots of articles pertaining to the stand … Continue reading

Spring Is HERE!!!

Horray! Spring is finally here! The sun is shining and the temperatures are continuing to climb at least here in New Jersey.  Spring is exciting. It’s a time of rebirth. It’s nature’s way of picking up and starting fresh. The earth sheds it’s winter skin as the snow melts, allowing for green grass to grow and … Continue reading

Becoming My Own Guru

Becoming My Own Guru

A couple months ago I began to feel disconnected, unfulfilled. Something was missing that I couldn’t quite put my finger on. I looked into my job, my relationships, my family, etc. Then I finally looked into myself, where of course the answer lay. I was longing for something more. A deeper understanding of yoga and … Continue reading

Shine like the Sun!

Shine like the Sun!

Today’s hand mantra was inspired by the INCREDIBLE weather we’re having here in NJ. I was sitting at my computer this morning thinking about what makes someone or something attractive. What attracts me to a yoga teacher a business coach, a life partner? Underneath the exterior, it’s always the same thing. Radiance. The inner-glowing that … Continue reading

Keeping Motivated…

When I was doing my Soul Sweat vinyasa training, one of the required readings was Effortless Prosperity by Bijan. It’s a good little book about living life, it has daily affirmations meant to guide you towards that good life. I sort of likened it to a low-key, modern day version of Book 1 of Patanjali’s … Continue reading

Let Life Flow

Over the past several months an internal war has been raging inside me. The kind of war that starts out small and somehow snowballs into something that we cannot escape from. My present worry companion has been that of change, my constant foe. Change and I have always had a love/hate relationship. While one part … Continue reading