I’ve recently discovered the wonderful world of blogs, Twitter and the idea of creating community online. I am aware I am late to the party, however it’s better to be late than never arrive.
Who knew the Internet was full of such wonderful, caring, compassionate people?
Occasionally, I’ll post my favorite posts from other people here.
The In Case You Missed It Edition!
The Book of You – on The Fluent Self. I think everyone should start writing theirs.
Jennifer Louden, author of The Women’s Comfort Book and others, also writes a blog. Here’s a can’t miss post – Choose Your Life Mondays – the It Isn’t A Big Ding Dang Do Edition where she talks about minimum requirements for self-care (MRSC).
“MRSC’s are the basic things you need to stay in touch with yourself, to have a strong foundation to meet the rather constant challenges of life, and to ease the noise in your head.”
Michelle asks, “What One Thing?” – as in what is YOUR special talent?
Homemaking – Amanda explores what it means to be a SAHM. Really hit a chord with me.
If you have a favorite blog that you’d want everyone to read if you were in charge of the universe, please let me know about it here. Leave me a comment about your favorites and maybe I’ll start reading them too.
Today’s yoga brought to you by the kitchen home practice.
Today’s music is Elephant by The White Stripes.
Yoga Teaching Update:
Free class for School Teachers in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week – May 1st. Yoga Nap+Milk and Cookies.
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 teaching with Donna – May 14th!
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Thank you for posting the link for the SAHM article…it was so refreshing to read. I’m not a SAHM, but the article resonated with me as well. I don’t often even entertain the idea of the possibility of being a SAHM, because it’s just not financially feasible by any stretch of the imagination…however, I feel so exhausted and absent so often from my kid’s lives…I am forever trying to find balance. I’m such a work in progress, it’s not even funny! Thank you again. :)
@kim – you are welcome. i think life balance is a rich topic for everyone, especially parents. amanda is a really good writer. she cuts right to the chase. i’m glad you found it useful.