Jill Yoga

18 Feb 19
Marnie and Steve Travel

We were recently reminded that we hadn’t posted anything to our travel blog in awhile.  It’s not that we haven’t been busy (and traveling); it’s just that we’ve been busy!  In an attempt to catch up and document a few of the highlights of the past few months, this post will be a mishmash of […]

17 Feb 19
Book Basset

Piece by piece my garden is revealing itself in my head. I am curious to see what my brain comes up with as the final product. So far I have one long waving flowerbed along the back fence with two citrus trees and a few purple companion plants around the bottom of the trees. between […]

17 Feb 19
The Legal Alien

Title: The 17th Suspect Author: James Patterson and Maxine Paetro Book Length (Audiobook): 7 hours 4 mins Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Genre: Thrillers, Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Crime Link: Goodreads Brief Summary of the Plot: The 17th Suspect is the 17th installment in the Women’s Murder Club series by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. You […]

16 Feb 19
Blaska Policy Werkes

Rather than improve Madison schools, Tuesday’s school board candidates would slam shut the exits When your congenial yet irascible host first ran for public office way back in 1994, on-line social media consisted of BBS bulletin boards accessible by dial-up modems (BRR-BUZZ-Beep Beep!), run by dweebie kids in their basement. But Blaska for Safer Schools […]

16 Feb 19
Jill Tarnoff

Every parent, babysitter, Uncle, or big cousin knows, a child will incessantly ask “Why?” about everything. It is super friggen obnoxious, right? Well, yes, but it’s also super friggen important! There are a good deal of life lessons we can learn from children. Being relentless in our pursuit of understanding is one of them. Children […]

15 Feb 19
Kate's Adventures on Foot

It happened. I knew it was bound to happen at some point, but I still wasn’t ready for it.   Training had been going strong for almost 5 weeks. I had consistently set my workout plan each week and I hadn’t missed a workout. I was motivated and in the groove of this whole half-marathon […]

14 Feb 19
Jack and Jill Pre-school

Dear Parents As we approach the end of the week and the end of a half term I am reflecting on how the children have embraced the traditional tales we have read, 3 Little pigs, Enormous Turnip, Gingerbread Man, 3 Billy Goats Gruff and Goldilocks. So many of them are using familiar phrases to re-enact […]

14 Feb 19
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14 Feb 19
Life Well Lived

Well, since my last update I’ve had an individual midwife appointment, a group session with other expectant couples due around the same time, 2 snow storms with another possibly in the forecast, several snow days and lots of time to just relax at home. The midwife appointment went well and Alivia, our midwife was great. […]

13 Feb 19
Shut Up & Yoga

Whether you’ve been practicing traditional yoga, dabbling with, or even geeking out on multi-disciplinary and science-informed movement, we hope that you will benefit from meeting these movement explorers and forward-thinkers. We haven’t exclusively featured yoga teachers, and a few of them represent different movement disciplines. While those teachers might not be yogis in the traditional […]

13 Feb 19
Integrative Nutrition Recipes

From Models Do Eat author Jill de Jong, HCTP October 2013 Want an easy way to eat more veggies? Make soup! After a bowl of this very-easy-to-make split pea soup, you’ll feel satisfied and full for hours. You can’t go wrong including split peas in your diet as they are highly nutritious and rich in […]

13 Feb 19
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13 Feb 19
Jill Tarnoff

You may start to see a trend here with me. I expose myself to a lot of non-fiction. I watched another documentary yesterday called What Makes a Psychopath and it opened my eyes on love in an unexpected way. Christianity teaches to hate the sin, not the sinner. That’s much easier said than done. Understanding the […]

12 Feb 19
theyaremyhome

WARNING: What follows is a long-winded and not very interesting rant about my first-world problems. If you don’t want to read it, I understand. Skip to the bottom, where I’m going to discuss the upcoming Soman Chainani novel, A Crystal of Time, and also recommend some light romance reading for those interested. Also, a disclaimer: […]

12 Feb 19
The Adventures of Scott and Breanne

    As the weather here got nicer and nicer, we continued to enjoy our weekends together and explore. We started getting into a nice weekend routine – Saturday we get up early and go to yoga, get brunch in Manly and then spend the day either around the beach or walking/hiking. Sunday we try […]