I stumbled across yin yoga on accident about two years ago.
I’d tried a gentle yoga class at a local studio – my first yoga class ever – and I was interested in starting my own practice, something mellow and quiet to balance out the strength training I did throughout the week. I did a YouTube search and found a video by Ekhart Yoga called “60 Minutes Yin Yoga for the Spine.”
Ever since then, I’ve been hooked. Continue reading
Recently, I watched an interesting Ted talk by Ruth Chang about how to make hard choices. It struck my interest, especially the end, because it revealed how hard choices aren’t really a burden. They’re an opportunity.
Before we get to what that opportunity is, let’s take a step back and look at why hard choices are so hard. Continue reading
If you want it, chances are the Internet can help you can find it.
No set of interests is too obscure. For example, once the web made it possible for me to buy British candy from Florida while researching Finnish grammar rules. Living in a digital age is awesome.
And at times overwhelming. Continue reading