It was a hard, but insightful month. I hope I can stay aligned.
I'm sitting here suffocating in calendars and planners. It's not a bad way to die, actually. Today is New Years Day and I'm a little hung over from too much champagne last night, but before I went to bed I remembered to delete from my phone: Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. I also deleted The New … Continue reading Digital De-Clutter Day 1
Thanks to my power juice, and rest, and lots of reading, I think my bout of the crud is on the way out. I felt energetic enough this afternoon to go to Wegmans and re-stock the fruits and veggies. In the Nature's Marketplace section I ran into one of my friends and yoga students and … Continue reading The Problem with Facebook
Today's Reverb10 prompt is: what do you do each day that doesn't contribute to your writing --and can you eliminate it. Of course the answer is: All my internet addictions: facebook, twitter, email, blog reading. Sometimes I tell myself that the blog reading in particular gets my juices going, gets my mind thinking in bloggy … Continue reading Accentuating The Postive. Eliminating The Negative
I'm a big fan of the Buddhist Geeks podcast, because even though I don't "identify" as a Buddhist per se, I certainly feel a deep affinity for much in Buddhist philosophy, particularly Zen. Back in early March, there was a great interview with a guy named Soren Gordhamer about how technology, particularly social media (i.e. … Continue reading Logging In To This Moment
I love blogs. I read a lot of them too, and am inspired and blown away by them. On most of the blogs I read, I am what is known as a “lurker.” I just read and never comment. I don’t know why, I just don’t. But today I read a post and felt like … Continue reading Blogs