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A little Whine is Good for You.

He's just not into this fashion thing.
He’s just not into this fashion thing.

 

 

This from Judith Hanson Lasater:

“We all need to whine for just one minute a day, then get past it. If we don’t whine a little, if we try to be too good, we will crack up! I am in no danger of that; I am religious about making sure I whine at least once a day.  Kidding aside, I hope you are making gratitude a part of your daily practice. Few things bring us into the present more completely than the deliberate practice of gratitude.”

Photo credit unknown:  But this is my baby brother and god how I love him!

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Maria Young Ace Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (500) Independent Contractor providing the following services: Office Management, Bookkeeping, Web Design, Marketing and Instruction in Yoga and Martial Arts for children and adults. Black Belt, 4 year program, LockBoxing. Maria studied under Erik Lee and won Grand Champion at the Kuk Sool Tri-State Tournament in 2006. Experience Certified Yoga Instructor: 700 hour level. At Piedmont Yoga, Maria’s main instructors were Richard Rosen, Rodney Yee, and Clare Finn. To them she is eternally grateful. Richard Rosen, founder Piedmont Yoga Studio & editor of Yoga Journal says: “Among the 30...students Maria was always among the more assiduous and adept.  If you’re thinking of adding Yoga instruction to your program, then I highly recommend Maria for the job.” College: CSULB: B.A. English Literature, UC Berkeley: M.A. Comparative Literature