10 Lessons From 10 Years of Yoga

I began yoga at age 19 after a car accident caused some damage to the muscles around my scapula. After a year of physical therapy did nothing to resolve the muscle weakness, my mom suggested we try yoga. I reluctantly agreed. Together, we attended private lessons, where the instructor worked with our unique bodies and structural... Continue Reading →

Self-Assessment in a World of Noise

There is an overwhelming abundance of tools to discover your purpose, and just as many people advising us that a clearly defined purpose is the key to happiness. I find it curious and amusing that humans are the only creatures that have rejected their sole biological purpose--gene propagation--in favor of the lifelong, stress-inducing journey to... Continue Reading →

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