Tag Archives: the self

Why You NEED Self-Care – You Are Your Greatest Asset


Lately I have been doing a lot of personal and professional inquiry into mindfulness in higher education. This is not just a hobby. My return to higher education grew up entwined with my journey into yoga. They are somehow inseparable. … Continue reading

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April Fool’s


Best Shift Ever – Waitress Receives Life-Changing Tip Continue reading

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On Being Intimate on the Internet


Tim Berners-Lee, the person credited with outlining the principles of the World Wide Web, is widely reported to have said he didn’t expect so many pictures of cats. But reportedly, he also said he didn’t expect people to be so … Continue reading

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Superheroes


Stan Lee said: “[I decided to create] the kind of characters I could personally relate to. They’d be flesh and blood … they’d be fallible and feisty, and — most important of all — inside their colorful, costumed booties they’d still have feet of clay.” Continue reading

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Simplicity and Contentment


On Saturday, I began yoga teacher training with Sara Davidson Flanders at The Heart Spot in Johnston, RI. Incidentally, it’s a brand spanking new studio I kept wanting to call “the Sweet Spot.” This was the culmination of a very full … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Ganesh!


Ganesh Chaturthi is a religious festival observed by Hindus to celebrate the birth of deity Lord Ganesha (the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati). According to the mythological anecdotes, Lord Ganesha is worshipped as the god of good fortune and … Continue reading

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Journaling Redux


Shiny things! I was so wrapped up in my excitement over new technology (see “Journaling and Friction,” 8/27/12) that I forgot to mention the two most important things about journaling. Today on Facebook I came across the following blog post … Continue reading

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A Place of Profound Individuality


The full moon of earlier this week has come and gone, and tonight the astronomical calendar to which I subscribe tells me it’s a “Disseminating Moon (75%).” Still, it has been quite rainy and cloudy here, so I have been … Continue reading

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A Splendid Awakening


or, Happy First Birthday to The Considered Kula! Tonight I ran into my very first yoga teacher in the grocery store. It reminded me to write this post, based on a dream from which I awoke about four minutes before … Continue reading

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Another trip around the sun


This pop version of the Gayatri mantra was playing in my head as I awoke to mark another successful trip … http://t.co/grI9Ksn #iTunes — Richard Hudak (@drwh0) March 26, 2011 Yesterday was my birthday. I’ve always liked the notion of … Continue reading

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