Book Recommendation: Deep Work

by Lindy

I recently heard an author interview with Cal Newport, discussing his book, “Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World” and was instantly intrigued. After waiting for the audio version from the library for a few months, I’m now well into the book. I’m learning a lot about the research surrounding the value […]


Spotify Word Genre

by Lindy

I’m not sure if you’re already familiar with Spotify or not. It is one of the numerous options available to listen to music – on your phone, PC, tablet. (It’s free with ads/paid for ad-free). I’m always looking for the ideal channel to tune into on Spotify for just the right music to work and […]


Review: Xtend Barre on Lake Mission Viejo

by Lindy

There are so many options for working out, including what you can do at home or in the great outdoors. Personally, I like to cross train with a variety of workouts geared towards strength, core, flexibility and cardio. Lately, I’ve been a big fan of Pilates, core fusion, body pump, jogging, biking and barre. I’ve […]


Folk Yeah: S.O.B. by Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

by Lindy

I absolutely love this song and video by Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats – S.O.B. His voice is gravely and rustic, reminding me of some of my favorite classic country artists. The video and music is similar to the vibe of O Brother Where Art Thou with the folk elements. The hand clapping, foot […]


Awestruck by Finnish Rendition of Thunderstruck

by Lindy

Creative genius consistently originates from Scandinavian/Nordic countries. Recall: ABBA, Ace of Base, A-ha, Aqua, Ylvis, IKEA… Perhaps you’ve heard of the Finnish band Steve ‘n’ Seagulls? They perform awesome, bluegrass-ish renditions of popular rock songs. Their music videos are extremely entertaining with versatile instruments such as the anvil, spoons, mandolin, banjo, accordion and more. Their […]


First Prancercise, Now This!

by Lindy

Horse yoga – pairs well with a rigorous Prancercise routine. It’s all fun and games until the ‘downward dog’ becomes the ‘hoof in the arse’. Neigh; not for me.


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