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Inspiration Bonanza

You ever have one of those weeks where you keep bumping into people and things that amp your vibe?  Yeah, well that’s what happened to me this week.

It started with this blog post by Chris Brogan where he talks about people who just do “what needs done.”  And they do it with love.  “Because that’s the lovecat thing to do!”  I wanna be a lovecat!  Or maybe a “Lovekath!”

And then I had lunch with Mr. SuperNova, aka Tim Schlitzer.  Talk about somebody who amps my vibe!  So positive! So funny!  So inspiring.  We ate Cauliflower Maranca and caught up.  I called it a “ketchup day” and it made my heart happy.

Yesterday ended with a long chat in the yoga room after class with Jean-Anne about food and health and supplements and exercise and feeling great and yoga.  It was so very sweet.

And then this morning I read this post and was reminded of why I love stories, and the first person narrator.  It has a Youtube of The Wonder Years embedded in it too, that made me feel soft and nostalgic.

It’s been a good few days.

Author:

I’m a small town yoga teacher who says motherfucker a lot. I hate anything woo. I’m into neuroscience. And facts. I’ll lead the chanting of “om” sometimes, but it makes me feel awkward. I want to access flow states. As far as yoga helps me do that, I’m into it. Dopamine is my fave neurotransmitter. Don’t tell anyone I told you this.

2 thoughts on “Inspiration Bonanza

  1. Kathleen,

    I’m happy to hear that my post connected with you. Writing that piece helped me to focus on the voice inside me that I had been ignoring. I love the poem on your “About” page! I may print it off and use it in class sometime if you don’t mind.

    -Steve

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    1. I did love your post!! So very much! It was wonderful and I subscribed to your blog immediately! I bow down to you as a secondary English teacher, too. I lasted all of one year as one of those and that’s all I could take. You are brave and wonderful. That’s the hardest gig I ever had. Bless you and your kind.
      Of course take my little “poem” (as you so kindly call it.) I call it a “list.” heh.

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