Do you ever find yourself really excited about something new? Do you find yourself sleeping less and yet functioning just fine because you are hyper-focused on your new thing?
A lot of the time.
I find something I’m interested in and I dive in head first.
I try to find out as much as I can about whatever I’m interested in as quickly as possible.
All that being said, I’ve got lots of projects I’m working on – both on and off-line that are taking up loads of time.
In a good way.
Here are some of the highlights of studio projects I’m working on that are taking place in real life in the near future:
Swap-Asana! A women’s clothing swap being held at It’s All Yoga – 21st and X in Midtown Sacramento – April 24th.
o.m.g! I went to my first swap this weekend and let’s just say this may be one of the most exciting events EVER. I’ll dedicate a whole post to it later.
Yoga Nap + Milk and Cookies! A free yoga class in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week – May 1st.
Book Worms! – LovingKindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness – May 23rd.
If you live in Sacramento and any of those strike your fancy, come join me!
What in-real-life projects are you working on? What’s keeping you busy these days? How are you spending your time?
The other projects I’m working on are more behind the scenes type of things.
Reading some of Seth Godin’s marketing books.
Tribes is totally speaking to my inner cheerleader right now.
The Unconventional Guide to the Web – Using Social Media As A Force for Good with Gwen Bell and Chris Guillebeau. So much good stuff to take in and use.
Making some connections with more yogis through Twitter and Facebook.
Through all of this, learning social media is about having a conversation. – which sounds a lot like teaching….
How do you use social media to help your projects reach your right people? How do you connect and converse with the people who would love your product, project or service if they just knew about it?
Today’s yoga brought to me by ME at It’s All Yoga in Sacramento. I’m subbing for Michelle tonight.
Today’s music is Consolers of the Lonely by The Raconteurs.
If you love guitar-based music, you also may want to check out the documentary on the electric guitar called It Might Get LOUD – featuring Jack White (The White Stripes and The Raconteurs), The Edge (U2) and Jimmy Paige (Led Zeppelin).
Yoga Teaching Update:
FREE Fridays at 4:30 with the new It’s All Yoga teachers (21st and X in Sacramento) – you’ve got to sign up online www.itsallyoga.com.
I’m sub-teaching TODAY– for Michelle at 5:45. Level 1-2, so every body is welcome.
Free class for School Teachers in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week – May 1st. Yoga Nap+Milk and Cookies.
TOTALLY want to see It Might Get Loud, but forgot about it. Thanks for the reminder. I LOVE U2, and I’m fascinated by the band dynamics that have allowed them to stay together for so long . . . and Bono is my philanthropist hero, of course.
Good luck tonight! You know I won’t make it, B has school all night, and I have K, of course. But HAVE FUN!