Month: June 2018

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Achievement or Experience: What’s Going to Make You Happier?

I want to be happy. Don’t you? I’m going to take a leap here and suggest we’d all appreciate being happy and content, yet we pretty consistently get in our own way. I can give you at least 17 examples every day of things I do to get in my own way. Can you relate? […]

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Why You Really Do Need to Go Hug All of The Trees

I knew the second I spotted her that she was the one There she was, just as majestic and impossibly beautiful as a living creature has the capacity to be. She beckoned without paying me any attention at all. With zero chill, I raced in her direction and hurled my body fully against her’s. We […]

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Satiating Wanderlust on a Serious Budget

I feel it too. The itch to go. A longing to be somewhere odd, foreign, really anywhere that’s not where you live. Wanderlust is a constant theme in the yoga community. Every other conversation I have is about where someone just traveled or an impending trip. And I never tire of discussing it and hearing other’s stories […]

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Morning Practices to Turn Mindfulness Into Second Nature

Practicing mindfulness is kind of like being your own therapist You bear witness to your choices, thought processes, reactions, and decisions. And from there, you have the opportunity to assess if you like how you feel as a result. If you don’t, you understand different thoughts and actions must be taken. Sounds easy, right? But […]

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Meditations for People Who Think They Can’t Mediate

I feel you. Meditation can be exceedingly challenging for some of us. It’s incredibly hard to direct our thoughts in a way that helps us clear out minds. Being still is the opposite of calming. I know it comes naturally for some, but that ain’t me, and if you’re reading this, it’s probably not you. […]

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