👇🏼https://t.co/rW3oPeYO8d — Sara Pascoe (@sarapascoe) January 3, 2018 Sara Pascoe on resolutions https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jan/02/we-should-all-pick-achievable-resolutions-get-through-three-days-of-dry-january-and-youre-a-hero-to-me For me it was a slang phrase that ruined it. A man was talking, and I was listening politely because he was a friend of a friend. “Friend of a friend” is an excellent expression, it passively clarifies: “I know them … […]Read more "Sara Pascoe on #Resolutions"
According to Becky, over at The Art of Healthy Living, there are even more yoga trends than I first thought. Below she talks about what’s going to be hot in the yoga world during 2018. * Novelty Yoga Seriously I’m not even too sure what’s left, because it certainly feels as though everything has been […]Read more "Yoga, 2018"
By Morgan Scott Guest Post (HENCH: strong and fit with very well-developed muscles; used about men) 1. Schwarzenegger: the Trendsetting Terminator I have to admit it, growing up in the 1980s, myself and many males (and females) were in awe of bodybuilding action hero, the Austrian Oak, The Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger was of […]Read more "Hench"
Apparently, I missed some yoga trends in my most recent post. There are others. For example: beer yoga. Beer Yoga is yoga…with, yes, beer. German yogis BierYoga are reportedly the major first innovators, offering classes and workshops after seeing it being taught at the Burning Man festival. Since January, the idea’s spread internationally. Here are […]Read more "Two More Yoga Trends, 2017."
Health and fitness trends evolve. Technology and imperatives in business force change. Consumers in health want fresh ideas and products. From Tae Boe to Thighmasters. From Bowflex to Bodyblade and belt massagers. Yoga is no different. Yoga is becoming increasingly popular in the United States. About 37 million Americans practiced yoga at the beginning of […]Read more "Yoga Trends, 2017: Present and Future"
Have a Fitbit? Do you pound the pavement? Hit the road? Do you do it for body? Or mind? Likely both! * * In January 2017, psychotherapist William Pullen published a new book, Run For Your Life. It’s an interesting read. Here’s a description of the work: “Anyone who has ever gone for a run, […]Read more "Born to Run: For Mindfulness and More"
Tis the season. If you’re setting some goals for 2017, here are some ways to achieve them – straight from the National Health Service. Top 10 goal-setting tips for the New Year. Here’s some advice from the NHS 1. Make only one resolution. Your chances of success are greater when you channel energy into changing just […]Read more "#Resolution and #Goal time for 2017"