Another post, and on a Monday at that. Have I gone crazy? I won't answer that. Not just yet.
First, let me explain.
Back in April I did a 30 Days of Yoga challenge. Marianne Elliott over at zenpeacekeeper hosted it. I could tell you that I walked away from it healthier and more at peace with myself, my goals and my life. That would, of course, be a lie. My fault entirely, not hers! However, I did give it a good try and walked away with some wisdom and a better understanding at what is going on in my life at the present.
I wander over to Marianne's from time to time and upon my Friday wandering, I discovered something very intriguing: 21*5*800
Hmm, mused I. Curiosity got the better of me and I blog hopped over to Bindu Wiles' blog and found THIS:
For 21 days we'll be doing 5 days of yoga a week
and 800 words of writing per day.
At first blush I thought, "Nope. Not me. Not again." Then I continued to read. I pondered. I pontificated. I even procrastinated.
I signed up.
For the next 21 days, I'll be doing 5 days of yoga. It's something I enjoy and need to put back in my life anyway. For the next 21 days I'll be writing 800 words a day (at least). That's over 16,000 words. Not too shabby for a gal who's been writing maybe, you know, 10 words a day.
And yes, you knew it was coming, and you were right. What do YOU think, my dear bloggy friends? Are you up for it? A lot of people hate yoga, and that's perfectly ok. She has a suggestion for that, too. Savasana: corpse pose. In other words, you can lie down and it's called yoga :). There's more to it than that, but I figured it was worth putting it that way to get you to take a peak. Sneaky, tricksy I am.
Now you know where the nifty new badge on my sidebar came from.
Now you know why I may be a bit more introspective over the next 21 days.
Now you know why I may spit out more writing (read: more blog posts).
And now you know that yes, I am, in fact, crazy.