Recently, I’ve been realizing what a variety of people are reading this blog site. I have three topics I blog about, which at the beginning was fine because the three things (yoga, running and my health) were forever interconnected. As I’ve progressed and had to alter some things in my life to deal with the things that have come my way, I notice that the three topics are becoming more separated and my audience has become more diverse. Some of you are really only interested in the blogs I post that deal with yoga, and some of you are really interested in the saga of my health, and some of you are really interested in running info (which I’ve not written about as of late, due to the reintroduction of extreme fatigue and pain in my body).
In an attempt to make it easier for you, the reader, I have categorized all my blogs to the appropriate topic. If you look in the top navigation now, you should see links that deal with each topic I blog aboug. If you click on the topic that you are interested in, you will only see the blogs that I’ve categorized in that particular topic. This way, as my blog posts grow, you won’t have to sift through the ones that you’re not interested in.
Also, I have a request of you. I started off writing this blog as a form of therapy for myself, as writing has always helped me think through serious and tough situations more clearly. Lately, I’ve been adding blogs about the weekly yoga focus for the classes I teach, and I’ve gotten some good feedback from some of you on those — that they have helped you in a number of ways. What I want you to do is to let me know what you’d like me to write about, in relation to yoga, health or whatever. Are there specific items in these three areas you’re dying to know more about? Do you have specific questions for me about my journey in these areas that I can share?
My goal with this site is to inform people about the things I’ve had to learn the hard way, and to inspire people to take charge of their health. Knowledge is power, and if I can help even one person find answers by sharing my journey, then I’ll be happier than a pig in you-know-what. You can help me reach my goal by telling me what it is that brought you here, and what it is that has kept you coming back. But more importantly, what can I provide that I’m not providing already?
Thanks in advance for your feedback!
Love and blessings,