Time for an update 🙂 I’m doing my first paid assignment – this website needs as many articles as I can write before Dec 27 about a whole bunch of different topics. It is only $8 per article but it’s better than nothing. I will keep you posted! I am also supposed to be writingContinue reading “Update & Yoga Article#3”
At the beginning there was Friendster. Then Myspace, then Facebook, the boom of blogging and finally Twitter. Then came something that almost brought it full circle, something that nearly marked the end of an era. Then, for a briefly, came Seppukoo, the worldwide virtual suicide network. While I was in the midst of discovering TwitterContinue reading “Seppukoo”
“What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do. When we do what we are meant to do, doors open for us.” – Julia Cameron, American teacher, author, filmmaker, playwright, and journalist
My second article for Lexi – please see below Mira Saraf shares with us her views on the question: “is yoga expensive in Toronto?” and the differences between practicing yoga in a studio vs. a gym. Yoga is as much a mental and spiritual journey as a physical one, that might be worth the expenseContinue reading “Yoga Article #2”
At the beginning there was Friendster. Then Myspace, then Facebook, the boom of blogging and now, finally Twitter. I’ll be honest I don’t really get Twitter. I know it should be useful. In fact, the more I hear about it, the more certain I grow that I am not taking as much advantage of itContinue reading “Twitter”
Endings are my weakness. When discussing personal/memoir style articles in our Travel Writing class, we were told to ignore any sort of writing “rules” we had learned in school besides the basic grammar stuff. We were free to use “I”, we didn’t have to follow structure and last of all we didn’t have to haveContinue reading “Endings”
So I am going to be writing for this yoga website Lexi Yoga She just put my first post up – check it out here I will be writing for her weekly, but I’ll let you know as and when I have something new to share.