Yoga

Working On The Weak Parts

This isn't the fun part. This is the the part that we hate to do. It's so bad that it's often why we continue to have a better side, a stronger muscle, a favored anything. And it's what yoga taught me. (Yes, this will be a rambling post). I've done a lot of physical activity… Continue reading Working On The Weak Parts

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Yoga

Yoga Is Boring

Sure, I guess it can be. But everything can be boring if you let it be. When I was a kid growing up, my parents didn't let me use the word "bored". I'm not sure why or when that started and I'm pretty sure I was only told that once or twice, but it really… Continue reading Yoga Is Boring

Yoga

An Upside-Down Perspective

Nope! Not talking about headstands today. Though, what I'm saying will apply to that as well. We're talking about inversions today, more specifically beginner level inversions. What are beginner level inversions? Legs up the wall pose for one. And yes that is a real thing. Lay on your back, legs up the wall, and scootch… Continue reading An Upside-Down Perspective

Motivation, Running

Finding Silence

While running. I probably just lost half of you since you'll be guessing that I run without music. But before you knock me as crazy and leave this blog, hear me out at least a little. I often run without headphones so that I can find a sense of silence. I've found that without headphones,… Continue reading Finding Silence

Yoga

Use Yoga To De-stress

As we approach Christmas and the new year, our stress levels start to creep up. Our shoulders inch their way to our ears. Our eyes bug out of our head. We start snipping and getting mean. And instead of taking time to de-stress and relax, we push harder. Don't worry, it's not just you. I'm… Continue reading Use Yoga To De-stress

Mental Health Monday, Yoga

Value Your Life

We aren't dying, so we inherently tend not to value our lives. This is the best thing that I have been able to pull from watching chronically ill YouTubers like Emily Hayward, Daniel Thomas, Claire Wineland, The Frey Life (Mary Frey), and many others. Why should you watch someone with a terminal illness? Why should… Continue reading Value Your Life

Motivation, writing, Yoga

What Am I?

This is the first of I'm sure a million posts titled "What Am I?" because it's something I'm constantly thinking about and it's something that's constantly changing. So it's fun. And...there are so many ways I can actually express myself this way. But how I choose to phrase my "I Am" poems is a little bit… Continue reading What Am I?

Buzz The Bee, Mental Health Monday, Yoga

Regroup, Restart

So we haven't talked about Buzz the Bee in quite a long time. If you aren't familiar with the little bee behind this blog, Buzz has his own article. He's a special little friend. He's a little buzzing bee that gets in your ear. With him, he brings all the negativity in the world. He's… Continue reading Regroup, Restart

Mental Health Monday

An Apple A Day Keeps Stress Away

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Ah yes, a cliche phrase we have all, at some point, stumbled across. Sure, it holds some validity. Apples are a great addition to our health. Low in calories, sweet, lots of fiber and vitamins, apples do help sustain our health. Added bonus, they're yummy. Yep, apples… Continue reading An Apple A Day Keeps Stress Away