Thursday, January 1, 2009

A Break from C&Y

It seems the gaps in between entries in this blog are getting bigger and bigger. I have given this a lot of thought and decided to write an entry on what's been going on in my head. I have been paying much more attention to my jewelry business and working very hard on getting the word out on my work and promotion and networking and yadda yadda yadda. It is not an easy task. As a result, my practice has faltered quite a bit. I still love yoga very much but right now, especially in these crazy times and the holidays coming, I have struggled to find that balance. It's not happening at the moment. Maybe in the new year once things quiet down a bit.

Where I am going is, I don't know how much more I can commit to updating Cupcakes & Yoga. I have tried other ideas I've had but they never quite panned out. The fact is I have been focusing more on my main blog and just can't bring myself to update two blogs on a regular basis, especially if I don't have much to say on the matter. I can't even make the time to write a decent review! I love this blog and I love the connection I've made with many of you and have learned quite a bit and I thank you so very much! This isn't a 'goodbye' as I said, I will still be blogging over at Pulp Sushi. Maybe once I start practicing again, I will post yoga updates on there as I don't just want my main blog to be a shop blog. I hope to see you there!

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Brian said...
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treehousejukebox said...

I understand. It's hard to keep multiple blogs going! :)

rand(om) bites said...

Two blogs? It's hard enough keeping one! Either way, I'll keep you on my Google Reader if you decide to come back. Will pop on over and check out all the fab work you've been doing with Pulp Sushi :-)

Always Amy said...

Hey there!

I'm kinda dropping by randomly (& kinda dropping by to hit you with my EC) to tell you about this new selling site I found. It's called ArtFire.com & you should check it out.

It's still really, really new (still in beta) but it's heading in a really good direction! They are already buying advertising online & in print magazines to bring in traffic to the site. (It's already got almost as much traffic as indiepublic.com)

It's got stats for shop views so you know where your customers are coming from! I know! Gasp! Faint! Right? hehe

& it's just $7 a month (for the first 5000 artists) to list & sell as much as you can FOREVER. $7 a month no matter what! I signed up on that alone! haha

Anyhoo, it is new so there aren't zillions of people using it (which is good & bad) but I thought you might want to take a look at it. With the ad campaign they are working on kicking in soon (or so they are saying), I think it's going to be a good place to start listing!

If you sign up, give me a yell & let me know what you think!

Always,
Amy

P.S. You should come teach me Yoga. haha I'd probably get stuck in a pretzel. :)

yoga schools said...

Good one!It is a hard to keep multiple blogs,because I like to keep the best until the end.

JYog said...

Hi Cupcakes and Yoga, I love your blog. I'm a former yoga teacher and frequent Yoga Journal writer. I thought you might be interested in doing a little blog on my upcoming surfing/yoga/zen memoir, Saltwater Buddha: a surfer's quest to find Zen on the sea. Let me know if you'd like a press copy.
Thanks for your time!

Best wishes,
Jaimal Yogis
www.jaimalyogis.com

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“It’s the perfect read for those who love the ocean as much as their yoga mats, or for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of the spiritual practice that is surfing.”
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"Jaimal Yogis has done, in this terrific first book, what every artist
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Daniel Duane, author of Caught Inside: a surfer’s year on the California Coast

“Jaimal Yogis starts off as an Everyteen with two deep hungers—to learn surfing and to calm his mind—and his simple, amused, deadly serious report on how he tries to satisfy those desires may ultimately launch an entirely new breed of memoir: the coming-of-sage story. Yogis’ prose is etched yet effortless, a conversation with a friend who pretends to be naïve, but has clearly drunk up so much life experience that you trust his authority as a truth-telling more than you know. He rocked me happily for chapters as he recounted his journey from Atlantic island to California suburb to a series of beach towns (including, memorably, Brooklyn). But each time I was lulled, I always was also on edge, wondering if bigger surf may be coming. Indeed, it was: several moving, sharp-edged episodes—sets, really—that will stay vivid in my mind for a long, long time.”
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Thomas Farber, author of The Face of the Deep


“At sixteen, Jaimal Yogis ran way on a spiritual journey of a magnitude few of us even dream of, to learn to ride the waves of the world’s oceans, and the bigger surf within his own mind. As Jaimal gains hard-won spiritual lessons with a teenager’s eagerness and a surfer’s passion, we cannot help but see our own spiritual life with fresh, beginner’s eyes. His journey started in nothingness–at least in a material sense. But it ends in deep riches of spiritual insight, human warmth and humor. The pages kept turning. I couldn’t put this book down.”
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Tim Kevan, author of Why Lawyers Should Surf

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Alex Wade, author of Surf Nation

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Dailystoke.com

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South West Surf Review

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Rob Nixon, blogger and founding Member of the South Texas Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation

“I am not a surfer; still Jaimal openly welcomes me into his world of passion for surfing, both the actual wet, cold, hard-rock bottom of the sport and the mistiness of the analogy for life.”
Ross Anthony, Hollywood Report Card

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kiwihobo.blogspot.com

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health said...

great blog.. true that its hard to manage two blogs. but your articles shows that you can do it. and yummy snaps:-)

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Check out yogablocks.org for some good info.

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Hi, I have read your article, I just want to say thanks.
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dkan71 said...

Wow! You're a woman after my own heart. I have a daily yoga blog and I'm completely cupcake obsessed. My post tonight is about how I love sitting half lotus almost as much as I love cupcakes. I did a google image search for 'yoga cupcakes' and your masthead picture came up.

I was amazed to say the least. I hope you don't mind that I borrowed the image and hotlinked it to your blog. Let me know if it's ok. Hope all is well with you. Here's my site: http://ayearofyoga.wordpress.com/

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Major branches of yoga in Hindu philosophy include Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Hatha Yoga. Raja Yoga, compiled in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and known simply as yoga in the context of Hindu philosophy, is part of the Samkhya tradition.[10] Many other Hindu texts discuss aspects of yoga, including Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the Shiva Samhita and various Tantras.

The Sanskrit word yoga has many meanings, and is derived from the Sanskrit root "yuj," meaning "to control," "to yoke" or "to unite."[12] Translations include "joining," "uniting," "union," "conjunction," and "means." Outside India, the term yoga is typically associated with Hatha Yoga and its asanas (postures) or as a form of exercise. Someone who practices yoga or follows the yoga philosophy is called a yogi or yogini

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yogayoga said...

It's been fun to follow you! Hopefully by letting go of one blog, more space will open up for practice!! Good luck on practice, life and cupcakes! :-) Thank you for what you have shared.

Lisa
Yoga Thailand

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銘木 said...

Practice makes perfect...................................................

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時時關心,時時感動。..................................................

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相見亦無事,不來常思君......................................................................

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David said...

I completely understand how hard it is to keep multiple blogs going. I have a fitness blog at www.illuminategym.com/blog and I have a political blog and it's tough to get in the mind set to update both blogs consistantly, because it seems like my mind set is on one or the other. However, I just hope you are still staying consistant with pursuing your fitness goals and also centering yourself with yoga. Take care of yourself!

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I think it is very hard to collaboration of yoga with cakes.As we have heard that all junk food and its related foods are strictly restricted to yoga peoples so why people mix up them.

Orit said...

hey, don't go yet!! I was just experiencing what you are going through, lots to do and not time for Yoga. But Yoga is essential to our physical and mental health. At least that is how i feel about it. When i don't practice my body aches and my mind is restless. But I found a way where you can combine both hectic life and Yoga. I realised i can't spare 1.5 hours a day to practice Yoga , which is my ideal time for a session. So i talked to my ego and we agreed I CAN spare 15 minutes a day for practice. So i started doing it and you wouldn't believe how much you can get in a 15 minute session. Also, once you are in it, at least that was my experience, you get carried away and you do a little more than planned. Read my experience on http://lifeintransformationuk.blogspot.com

Brian said...

I enjoy the peace of mind yoga brings. My anxiety has calmed drastically after constantly doing yoga.

Anyone else have this experience?

-Brian
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I still love yoga very much but right now, especially in these crazy times and the holidays coming

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It's ok, at least, the pressure is off for you know. Blogging is already a difficult thing to do. Don't make it more difficult by having different sites that are becoming a burden to you. Will check your other blog in a while.

Michael said...

What a combination of Cupcakes and Yoga wonderful and it is very interesting but in western countries not in Asian country, in India it is totally prohibited ..

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Pain and suffering can be remove with the help of yoga with in few minutes, it is true and i have see their effects several time..

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mark said...

ITs totally depends on you if you have desired so never feel hard to manage multiple thing simultaneously..

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I love the title and theme of this blog! I hope you are able to keep it going.

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