Monthly Archives: December 2012

#51: Go to a yoga Friday night donation class

The notion of community is an element that ancient Eastern yogis held as both important and dear [satsang], but that many modern-day Western practitioners like to minimize.  While it is healthy for most yoga students to not get caught up … Continue reading

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Beyond 101: Fund a Kickstarter project

Entrepreneurs make me smile.  I love people who feel passionately enough about something that they are compelled to take action towards it, and I love the combined sense of purpose + determination + delight that successful entrepreneurs are almost required … Continue reading

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#70: Try on a pair of Vibram FiveFingers shoes

I used to be a runner. Despite being largely sedentary as a child (focusing on academics, music, and TV instead of sports or athletics), when I arrived at college with no car or bike, I had no choice but to … Continue reading

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Beyond 101: Get a colonic

(Warning to readers: This blog entry discusses various bodily functions that may cause squeamish or modest individuals some angst.  If you think you may be disgusted or upset by candid descriptions about, well, pooping, feel free to skip this post.  … Continue reading

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#89: Make biscotti

In my world (mind), cookies reside in a hierarchy. The bottom of the pyramid is split between two types of cookies: bar cookies and no-bake cookies. Bar cookies are sweets that are baked in a pan, then cut into squares … Continue reading

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