Just in case anyone was wondering, handsome runner guy turned out to be a creep….
and I quote: “wanna hook up tonight? and by hook up I mean making out and casual sex.” a message I received from him in text form.
Keep your standards high ladies, you are worth more than some loser who only sees you as a body for him to use to satisfy his physical desires.
Hi, how did you first get into yoga? What did you do to start? Thanks :)
Hey there! :)
When I first started doing yoga it was with the classes that my gym offered. One of the best resources that I have found in the last couple of years is http://www.yoga.com/yoga-workout-routine/
This site has different routines based on your level. It pictures each move and gives you instructions on how to perform them. I recommend looking through the beginner routine, reading how each move works and then if you want to attempt it hold each move for five breaths. A major point of yoga is fluidity, so try to transition between moves slowly and according to your breath. For example, if one move takes you from a lying down position to being seated in the next, breathe out while you sit up. :)
DID YOU SAY YES!?!?!
I gave him my phone number and told him I am free tomorrow night. :)
Even if he doesn’t end up being Prince Charming I figured he at least deserved a date for being so bold.
On my run this morning I was stopped by a handsome stranger running the opposite direction who asked me on a date.
Whoa dude, you got guts.
I would throughly enjoy more people in my life who are deep thinkers and will take part in profound conversations with me…
Not Olga, but I bet she's awesome and misses you, too. Glad you're well!
I really want to know who you are, my dear anonymous friend!
This morning my daughter, who is nearly four, saw the stretch marks on my hips and stomach. She ran her hands over them and asked what they were.
“I got them when I grew up,” I said, “and a few more when I had you.” I grinned down at her. “They’re my stripes. You’ll get stripes too when you grow up.”
She was overjoyed. “Really?”
I think she’s in her room now, pretending to be a tiger.
This is what we need to teach.