Insight & Inspiration
Love is unconditional, according to the Bhagavad Gita. So why do many of us look outside of ourselves for love? We seek recognition from higher authority or demand attention from people we are about. We think this is love, and we are often disappointed.
This behavior got me thinking - did we not learn how to love ourselves?
We only have 24 hours in a day, 168 hours in a week, so we have to make choices and trade offs. What’s worthy of your time?
Have you ever gone on a journey, with lots of ups and downs, that doesn’t seem to end? I have - and continue to do so each day. I find handstands similar to parenting - both practices are seemingly simple and straightforward, yet completely elusive at times. The more I practice handstands, the more I experience the parallels to parenting.
Freedom: when you go away for a weekend without your kids! Just kidding. But kind of true. Read more to find out how to detach from strong emotions at the moment they arise.
Everyone has gone through something that has changed them in a way that they could never go back to the person they were. For me, this identity shift came through motherhood.
Whoever said we must aim for the eye of the bird 🐦 with focused, single-minded, all-absorbed determination must not have had two small children running circles around him. As a mom, finding focus in every day life can be a bit of a challenge. There are so many things that can pull us in different directions. At times, I feel like there are too many unexpected distractions that need urgent attention. Anyone else with me? 🙋🏻♀️ Here are 3 ways to refocus our aim.
Romio Blog: This week we sat down with Romio Fitness Expert, Yvette Jain. This inspiring warrior mom of two can handle it all but not without the help of mediation and yoga.
I used to get upset about the boys waking me up at night. Most days I would get no more than 4 hrs of sleep, and I’d wake up a mombie zombie. Then one night, I realized that this is it. This is life. This precious time might be the last.
As a mom of two boys, I find it’s no easy feat to schedule time to sit down and meditate. Sound familiar, parents? I’ve found three simple ways to integrate meditation into my day.
How does one create a community of superheroes to save the day and make a birthday wish come true?