Another Friday means it’s time for another Link It Up – don’t forget to leave your favorite links from the week in the comments, even if they’re your own!
AROUND THE CLEVE:
Tomorrow I’m running the 2nd annual Run for the Pierogies with PIP Aunt Kathy and my 5K partner-in-crime Amanda. This race is slowly becoming the HOTTEST 5K in Northeast Ohio. 80 degrees by the 8:30AM start time? Pass me the water…
FOR THE BLOGGERS:
Cleveland bloggers: don’t forget about our Ohio Blogging Association meet up at PlayhouseSquare on Wednesday, July 11th at 6:00PM! RSVP over at the Facebook event page by Monday the 9th – we’re limited to only 25 participants!
How To Stay Disciplined With Your Blogging has some fun tips to keep you writing. I don’t know which is my favorite: creating an editorial calendar or rewarding yourself with a chocolate bar after every post written!
Snark: Does It Help or Hurt Bloggers? Does it hurt your productivity?
FOR THE YOGIS:
As a supporter of the Arthritis Foundation, I was excited to see Teachasana’s A Yogi To The Bone. Sure your physical asana practice has benefits to your bones, but even a regular pranayama breathing practice helps to maintain your bone density!
Creating Space for Exploring the Present—An Interview with Judith Hanson Lasater: I love the way this woman thinks. Another must read for yoga teachers and yoga students alike.
And a song that will end up on one of my class playlists: Pentatonix (from NBC’s The Sing Off ) sing Gotye’s Somebody That I Used To Know. This has hip openers written all over it. #shityogissay
KICKS-IN-THE-BEHIND OF THE WEEK:
This arrived the evening of my birthday from Striking Truths:
Also, this quote from When It Feels Too Hard To Keep Trying: Rest or Try Harder? via Tiny Buddha hit me hard this week: “Change occurs when enough stress is applied to alter the form of something and set a new trajectory.”
And finally, my birthday horoscope was DEAD ON, and interestingly included this gem: “Teaching others may be part of the picture, informally or formally.”
Another birthday = a chance at a happy new year. I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be.
Word hard, play hard, and keep livin’ the dream, kids.