I have been reading a lot of interesting material on the web these days. And as I've just taken my Delicious links out of this blog's feed, I thought I'd dedicate a post to what's digitally rocking my world. Enjoy!
- Philo Hagen, founder of Hooping.org, recently made his first hooping video in a long, long time, called Gotta Hoop. It's a good one -- so good, in fact, that it inspired the New York Times to write a feature on Mr. Hagen. Go Philo!
- This past week Bhakti Omwoods (who is also a To the Fullest reader) took her hoop out to play and made a mesmerizing video of her practice. What makes this even cooler is that Bhakti's mp3 player's batteries died part way through, allowing her to have a profound experience hooping to silence. Check out her blog post here!
- I really enjoyed Joy For Life's post called 9 Tips for Tailoring Your Practice for Winter + Ayurveda Tips. This is actually a reposting of an article by nutritionist and yoga teacher Melina Meza. I think the tips presented can be applied both on and off of the yoga mat.
- So many of the posts from The Urban Muse are bookmark-worthy. However, the guest post called Disappointment: The Key to Creative Freedom truly stands out. Plus, the title is super catchy. Go, read, and start cultivating your creativity freedom.
- Ernest Hemingway was one of the few "great" authors that I appreciated when I first ran across his work in my high school literature classes. An Art Full Life's post on quotes concerning writing from his memoir A Moveable Feast only kindles my enjoyment of Hemingway's words.
- I just recently discovered To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) via Twitter. This non-profit is dedicated to helping people grappling depression, suicide, addiction, and self-mutilation. There's not much more I can say to describe how awesome I think this organization is, so you'll just have to get check TWLOHA out for yourself.
- This weekend I watched the film Somewhere Near Tapachula, which highlights the amazing work of a missionary couple with the street children of Tapachula, Mexico. I didn't think I'd like the movie, but I was very wrong. I'll leave you with the teaser trailer of their story:
Has anything on the internet particularly struck you lately? Share it, pretty please!