{ONE}The elephantjournal is a publication that addresses everything from yoga to music to family. It’s focus is living mindfully. They kindly published two posts:

Handling Guilt Gremlins

My First Yoga Lesson: Just Show Up

Finding Teachers Where You Least Expect

{TWO}Bucket List Publications focuses on adventure, travel, and crossing things off that list. They published:

Soulshine, Bali: where your soul actually does shine

Onward, Little Travelers

{THREE}MindBodyGreen is a site dedicated to all aspects of wellness.

The Power of Setting an Intention in Yoga

{FOUR}Tiny Buddha is about reflecting on simple wisdom and learning new ways to apply it to our complex lives–complete with responsibilities, struggles, dreams, and relationships.

Living in the “Yes” of Life

{FIVE} The Liebster Blog award is passed on to young blogs deserving of recognition. My friend, Holly from HvH Interiors, awarded me with it. I was so excited to receive it.

  1. Hi,
    I have visited your blog and I am going to be following it from now on.
    It would be great if you visit my blog:

    Though the choice is yours, however, I would be honoured if you follow my blog so that you could get the notifications of any new posts that I make.


  2. Thank you, Naveed. I love photography though I’ve no real experience with it. I’ll be sure to check out your site. Be well!

  3. Roger said:


    I imagine your followers and readers are people around your own age or younger. However, I want to let you know that as a 53 year old American man, I too find comfort in your ability to enjoy life without possessions. My generation was taught to strive for the three bedroom two bath two car garage house, with the career that supported it. Yet, now that I find myself going through a separation, it is comforting to know that living in a rented apartment with minimal possessions is not only sufficient, but probably a better option. I have also gained tremendous comfort from the teachings of Tara Brach at the Insight Meditation Community of Washington (DC), and I am certain she too would agree with your thoughts.

    Thank you for your words of wisdom, photography, an words of wisdom.


  4. Roger, so very kind of you to share your thoughts here. I think what is going on at this point in time has less to do with age and more to do with following one’s personal journey. It is true; I have grown up in a society that is encouraging more of this and less on following the conventional formula. Yet, I’ve seen folks change their lives in remarkable ways. Change is hard and can be scary. I commend you for your courage to approach life differently. Certainly not easy. Best of luck to you and thank you for reading.

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