On Indra Nooyi and “having it all”

On Indra Nooyi and “having it all”

Recently Indra Nooyi, CEO at PepsiCo was slammed by the media for saying, “I don’t think women can have it all. I just don’t think so. We pretend we have it all. We pretend we can have it all.”  I observed a number of predictable responses posted on Forbes blog, Huffington Post and Linked In threads.  Predictable response number […]

Today’s deals

Today’s deals

Recently a friend of mine suggested that there are five stages in a relationship. “Any relationship,” he assured me.  Like when you start a new job, meet a new partner, move to a new city, there are stages to your adjustment.  His five, in order were: Infatuation, Disappointment, Reconciliation, Recognition and Commitment.  Broaden the terms […]

Working on Weakness and Strengths

I have observed both in teachers and students that we tend to emphasize our strengths in our regular yoga practice. If you are the teacher it’s not always appropriate to teach something you haven’t mastered yourself, so you stick to what you know best. As a student, the flexible ones tend to enjoy demonstrating their […]

Ten Reasons to Avoid Yoga

1. You don’t want to increase your flexibility If you want to decrease mobility with each passing year STAY AWAY FROM YOGA! OMG it will only extend your lifespan, and create flexibility. 2. You need to look older than you are People routinely think I am younger than my real age. Don’t take chances with […]

Risk and Reward

If you knew you couldn’t fail, there would be no risk. In yoga, however, there are no guarantees. Sometimes a pose you had nailed yesterday, doesn’t come so easy today. Stretching out of your comfort zone is the price you pay for trying new things, things which may not be successful. IF you don’t want […]