Last week I threw out a "mix tape" from the 1990s. It was a gift from an ex-boyfriend. I had that tape for almost 20 years and moved it across the country and into countless residences. But last week I trashed it by answering a simple question: does seeing this item make me smile? The… Continue reading Gone, Baby, Gone
If you're reading Yoga Bits today it means you survived Black Friday and the kick-off of the Season of Insanity, so let's just consider that the week's miracle. Things seem to get quite sticky this time of year. There are people I have met who really do enjoy the holidays but I would have to… Continue reading Pay Attention
Various positive influences, including yoga, have helped me recognize that judgment in the form of discernment is a reasonable and necessary human trait. This week's Yoga Bits explores the concept of constructive vs. destructive judgment.
This week's Yoga Bits suggests that our satisfaction with work actually has little do with WHAT we do and a lot to do with HOW we do it.
What's with our culture's romantic notions of adversity? In this week's Yoga Bits, I say anguish is overrated (notwithstanding tragic Shakespearean masterpieces, that is). Pain happens...but what I truly love makes me stronger.
Why tamper with perfection? Instead of messing with the masters, in this week's Yoga Bits I decided to let them speak for themselves.
"Instead of looking at someone and saying, 'Who are you?' look at them and say, 'Who am I?'" -- Guru Singh This week's Yoga Bits offers some food for thought about how my reactions to others reflect on me, not them.