anna brones

writer + artist + activist

21.5.800: Yoga + Writing

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21.5.800. I’m doing it.

What do all those crazy numbers mean? It’s a community project online to commit to, for 21 days, 5 days of yoga a week and 800 words of writing per day.

Here’s the deal (from Bindu Wiles):

THE WRITING: The writing can be ANYTHING. Memoir, blogs, business plans, essays, fiction, free-writing, letters,……..ANYTHING. The point is to get writing again daily and to have the boundaries and challenge of a daily word count to reach.

THE YOGA: There are several options for you to do the yoga portion of 21.5.800 5 times in 7 days. Here are the options: 1. Go to a yoga class in your ‘hood. 2. Do a yoga dvd at home. 3. Take a 20-40 minute savasana at home on the floor.

I think it’s going to be good… very good. You’ve got to commit to non-work related once in awhile, right?

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Written by Anna Brones

June 10, 2010 at 15:38

Posted in Portfolio

3 Responses

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  1. Chipping away, a bit a day, a commitment, a Not Less Than. It’s the only way to get anywhere fast. (At least, I’ve always found it so). And it’s the way to make busy days truly productive.

    Yep, I’m in. About time I got back into my yoga again.

    Mikeachim

    June 11, 2010 at 14:08

  2. WOW! Är det du där på bilden? Kram

    V.I.C.K.I.S.

    July 5, 2010 at 16:39

  3. I love that photograph. Yeah, I think yoga can affect nearly all areas of one’s life in such a positive, gentle and calm way…a great project…Peace…

    soulspring

    August 2, 2010 at 22:21


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