In the ideal version of my life (where money is irrelevant) I would be a yoga instructor. This may lead you to believe I'm a regular yogini
, but sadly, this is not the case. Until last summer, I was really good about going to Studio 11
a couple of times per week to get some yoga in. Then the Great Fire of 2009 burned my yoga mat into a sticky mess, we were busy getting reorganized, N left for his semester in Florence, and the excuses continue.
Anyway, right around New Year's Eve, I discovered yogadownload.com
, the online yoga classes (and podcast, which come with pose guides). I really like the concept of a 20-minute yoga session (particularly since Dr. Oz
says it's really good for you). So, as one is wont to do around New Year's, I made a two-part resolution:
(a) STOP hitting snooze every morning and
(b) Use the extra time every morning to fit in a 20 minute yoga routine
3 guesses at what's happened since then... I NEVER
got around to doing (a), so (b) hasn't really happened either! Shame on me!! Still, its only April, and I have time to redeem myself. So, I've some up with a "Tax Time" resolution; from now until May 15th
, I'm going to do yoga 4 times a week. And you're going to hold me accountable. As added incentive, should I complete this challenge successfully, I will reward myself with a super cute yoga outfit.So I'm curious... what would you do if money were no object?
PS I got the Gwen Stefani
Rich Girl stuck in your head, didn't I? ; )
update: Otto and I went to Edgewater
Park today, and supposedly we walked 2.1 miles. I have to figure out if that was right. I have a feeling that my sportband
is overstating my speed, and therefore my mileage)