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TrickORTreat! Halloween Sale!

Dearest friends,

 

It’s that time of year again…  When it’s normal to walk around with fake blood on your face and plastic vampire teeth in your mouth.  When fishnet stocking companies rake in the millions.  When fake tombstones take the place of plastic flamingos in your neighbor’s yard.

That’s right.  It’s the perfect time to start watching “A Nightmare before Christmas.” It’s…Halloween.

 

I love how on this holiday, we can rejoice together in our weirdness, and let go … Read the rest

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Music Festivals: A Peaceful Revolution

Music festivals have been a part of our modern culture since the rise of Woodstock in 1969. Springing forth from the creative ambitions of counter-culture, these gatherings range from small local bands who play for a few hundred people, to world-famous acts that rake in hundreds-of-thousands of eager patrons from around the world. But despite the peaceful intentions that often lay the foundation of music festivals, festival-goers may find themselves perpetually linked to stereotypes of drug abuse, frivolousness, and social … Read the rest

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Let’s #PassLove

 

 

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Some days I have to remind myself that money is just money.  My worth is not defined by how much I earn, but by how much joy I receive from giving of myself to others.

It’s a challenge to hold onto this “pillar of happiness” during those times when I can’t go on a vacation to Costa Rica with my friends, or when I have to buy new tires for my car, or this morning—when I got … Read the rest

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How to Change a “Flat Tire”

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Happy Pi Day (3.14)

I hope you indulged in some sort of scrumptious baked good to celebrate.

When I had a second helping today of a dark chocolate concoction that I whipped up in my food processor, I found consolation by labeling this decadent decision as a homage to Pi Day (thank you to one of my 6am yoga students for enthusiastically pointing out this unofficial holiday to me this morning, so that I could feel less guilty about sneaking … Read the rest