Go Fish!

April 24, 2007 on 7:47 am | In Books, Uncategorized | No Comments

Yesterday I started reading the Fish! book, which made me want to see the video. A fish video is available, but it is incredibly expensive (sadly). No wonder John Cleese went into doing business videos…

Animated Knots by Grog

April 20, 2007 on 2:44 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

If I ever need to know how to tie a double windsor tie knot, or any other kind of knot, I’m going to check out Animated Knots by Grog, which has videos demonstrating how to tie all kinds of stuff.

Happiness Hypothesis

April 19, 2007 on 9:37 am | In Books, Positive psychology | Comments Off on Happiness Hypothesis

Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom

How would you allocate the federal budget?

April 12, 2007 on 4:08 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Here’s your chance to decide how to spend all that discretionary money:Ben & Jerry’s – American Pie

Sleep is the best meditation

April 11, 2007 on 11:14 am | In lucid dreaming, metaphysical | No Comments

The Dalai Lama said that “Sleep is the best meditation, not for nirvana, but for survival.” I haven’t tried Yoga for Insomnia, but this sounds like something worth checking out. Maybe it would help with lucid dreaming. Last night I tried chanting before going to sleep, using the Tantra of Sound cd. It seemed harder to fall asleep, but maybe that’s because of the Stress Rehearsal coming up in May.

Why You Should Go No ‘Poo

April 11, 2007 on 11:13 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

My wonderful husband told me about this no shampoo thing, and three days after he started I decided to join along. We’re now about two weeks into it. I discovered that I couldn’t really answer questions about why it seems like such a good idea, but it was scary to still see suds in the water ten days after stopping the use of any kind of soap, shampoo, or conditioner on my hair. Some good reference articles are
Why You Should Go No ‘Poo, MotownGirl.com – No Shampoo Routine, and The No Shampoo Challenge.

Qigong in the news – New York Times

April 7, 2007 on 7:54 am | In Spring Forest Qigong | No Comments

We were surprised and impressed to read about Master Chunyi Lin in the article Exercisers Slow It Down With Qigong. This is the perfect fitness program for aging baby boomers, although after a weekend of Level III class we can attest to the fact that sometimes standing still can be a lot of work!

Too Busy to Notice You’re Too Busy

April 4, 2007 on 5:48 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

I’m too busy to write much about this article, but I thought it was funny that this showed up on the list of most emailed articles:Too Busy to Notice You’re Too Busy – New York Times. One of the main points is what a time waster reading email can be.

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