Weekly Round Up

Wow, did summer ever fly by!  It was incredibly busy and before we knew it, it was fall.  Don’t get me wrong, fall is lovely, nothing like that crisp cool air and the changing of the leaves to make you fell revived.  But, I am such a summer girl, I have no idea how I get through winters.  I’m going to miss flip-flops, beaches, BBQ’s, and most of all, sitting outdoors in the radiant sunshine.

Well, it’s time to move on and get ready for the cooler season.  Bring out the stylish boots and dressy scarves… oh yeah, and the pumpkin lattes, mmmmm.

This fall we’re all getting used to our new schedules and still feeling a bit busy, but hopefully you have time to check out our five featured blogs in the weekly round up:

Capricious Yogi writes about social media and detaching herself from the outcomes and need to constantly be checking out what people are saying.  She uses a beautiful quote from the Bhagavad Gita to express her final thoughts in the post.

Finding Drishti gives you six reasons to practice yoga while travelling for business, which are also useful for leisure travel.  Good reminders to not forget your practice no matter where you are.

Lisa, of Just here. Just now., writes about being nervous, but ready, before a seminar with senior Bikram yoga teacher, Mary Jarvis.

Namaste*Heather speaks to teaching yogic philosophy to her students and focuses on Ahimsa, or non-harming, in her recent post.  She offers great points about this Yama and asks how this idea can affect your life.

And, to help you get a clearer picture, Yoga for the Long Run, discusses the Yamas and Niyamas from a runner’s point of view.  She shares yogic philosophy and how it can apply to training for a marathon.

There you have it, a great round up of YIOMers to check out this week!  Of course, you can always check out more by clicking on over to the Blogroll to see what else this community is sharing.  Just be sure to grab that warm beverage and a cozy blanket to settle on in with some good reading.

~ YogiCrystal

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