Monthly Archives: January 2014

Consider the source, consider your strength

A couple of months before I started grad school in the spring of 2012, a girl I  knew who was completing a similar program told me to kiss my life goodbye. “You’ll never have time to work out–you can forget that. It is SO much work. You have to pick one or the other.” She knew […]

Taking Ground

Last night, as I tried to fall asleep, too excited about the snow day that was declared earlier in the evening (I’m worse than the kids), the phrase “taking ground” came to mind in relation to my yoga practice. Any time I (quietly) unfurl my mat on the studio floor, that’s what I am doing: […]

Snowed in (again) today

And since it looked like this, and I was homebound, I spent a lot of time in the kitchen avoiding my homework. First time making frittatas, millionth time making roasted Brussels sprouts, and gazillionth time making pumpkin muffins. Both yoga and spinning were canceled, unfortunately, so I returned to my roots and pressed play, successfully doing […]

So here we go

I don’t know what the big deal is; it’s a blog. It could matter, it might not, it could be beneficial, it might not be. So here we go. I made one, thanks to WP. It isn’t that I don’t have a story to tell; I do. It’s about whether or not the internet is […]