Monthly Archives: October 2014

I didn’t pay attention to times or distance … says Sarah Dessen via Africa Yoga Project

“I didn’t pay attention to times or distance, instead focusing on how it felt just to be in motion, knowing it wasn’t about the finish line but how I got there that mattered.” – Sarah Dessen. A wonderfully crafted, beautifully … Continue reading

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A new perspective on plumber’s bum

This made me laugh out loud.  Love the twist on a new perspective for an old issue.

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OK Go’s – The Writing’s on the Wall

OK Go is a fabulous example of a band that breaks the rules & makes new ones. A music video with choreographed treadmills?  They’ve done it.  Marsh monsters coming out of hiding in the gonna-get-you-feeling-good-no-matter-your worst-day? Done in their ‘This … Continue reading

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What Men Are Really Saying When Catcalling Women via Buzzfeed

Take a look at catcalls interpreted.  It’s a whole new perspective. What do you think? Source: Buzzfeed

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Just do something. Motion is better than stasis. aka Danielle LaPorte

Just do something.  Motion is better than stasis.  When you take action, you learn, you build skills, you get freer.  When you stay still because you’re afraid to make a move, your self-worth wanes, your doubts fester & breed more … Continue reading

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