In Case You Missed It Edition! Volume 25


Each week I’ll give you links to posts that made me laugh, cry, think or at least raise an eyebrow. Please click the links and check out the posts. You may find something that rocks your world too.

Leave me some feedback in the form of comments below on what you liked, what you hated and what you’d like to see more of. I’m here to help you find the best of what is online.


We are FINISHED (!!!!!) with our adoption paperwork. It has never felt so good to just wait.


My Best Of…

From Bows and Sparrows – {a contender for kcra’s best local blogger – I voted here} – Vegan Chocolate Oreo Cupcakes! Someone needs to make these for me. STAT.

Just a Titch is looking for gardening tips. Do you have any? Please click over and leave your two cents.

Yes and Yes: 10 Things to Do on Your Lunch Break that Don’t Involve Facebook or Lean Cuisine – anyone want to try these out over Spring Break?

What I do believe – and what I feel perfectly qualified to proclaim from the rooftops –  is that every woman at every weight, shape, and size deserves to be treated with respect, deserves to feel loved, deserves to make her own decisions about her own body. – Sally McGraw, Already Pretty – The Question of Healthy

From The Art of Non-Conformity – The Family Who Doesn’t Understand – it spoke to me.


Curvy yogis Photoshoot/ Yoga Journal Talent Search Update:

Madeleine reports about diversity in yoga – make sure to click through to see our entries.


Speaking of curvy (and not) Northern California/Sacramento friends – are you coming to the nextSwapAsana?

{April 23rd- start saving your swapables now.}


That is the In Case You Missed It Edition for this week, folks.

Remember to click the links and leave some comments. This is a conversation, you know.

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4 thoughts on “In Case You Missed It Edition! Volume 25

  1. I want to love the lunch break post. But half an hour doesn’t give me a lot of time to escape the office park. I’m looking forward to reading in my car, though — I’ll relish in yummy, warm sunlight and getting out of the office (if even only out the door).

    • @leili: me too. i’ve also on a short lunch schedule and rarely (like twice a year) leave campus. today i stepped outside and found a bench in the sun. i ate alone and it was divine. i asked everyone to join me, but no one wanted to change their regular positions.

      it felt luxurious to be outside without sweating. my time stretched out and i read a magazine while i ate. it was so nice, i think i’ll do it again.

      in college, i *totally* used to nap in my car at lunch. delicious!

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