The Best Of Spinach and Yoga 2011

There is only one day left to savor 2011. It was an amazing year filled with insightful learning experiences, new friendships, fun projects (my Lifethyme workshops and tours to India), moments of authentic human connection, and great achievements (completed a 9 month anatomy program and wellness coaching certification! yay me!). I feel more connected to my body and my inner world than ever.

While developing a vision for 2012, one of the first things I did was to think back about the past year and remember all the things that made me happy. Sometimes we don’t even realize what makes us happy. It’s a strange thing: we want to be happy but we don’t always know what we need to be truly happy. It is difficult to get to the destination if you don’t know where you want to go. Before the clock strikes, take a moment to think about your past year and those moments when you felt completely full-filled, content, limitless, and connected. Once you know what created those happy moments, you can recreate more of them on a daily basis.

One of the things that makes me feel fulfilled and gives me a sense of meaning is creating interesting content on Spinach and Yoga. Your comments, questions, and emails are always appreciated and desired! Below are some of your favourite posts from last year. These articles got the most clicks and views. If you missed some of them, please take a look. There might be something interesting and useful.

Top 10 posts for 2011

  1. 10 Interesting Facts About Food Combining
  2. Ayurvedic Take on Juice Cleanses
  3. 5 Ayurvedic Herbs that Can Help to Stay Young and Meditate
  4. Cures for a Bloated Belly
  5. Pumpkin Chia Pudding
  6. Real Ayurvedic Skincare
  7. Green Detox Soup That Tastes Good
  8. The Best Kept Detox Secret
  9. 5 Ways to Take Your Yoga Practice to the Next Level
  10. 5 Proven Ways to Prevent Cravings with Ayurveda

In 2012 I will do my best to keep researching and writing about topics related to nutrition, natural healing methods, including ayurveda, yoga, and mindfulness in all aspects of our life. If you have a question or would like to share your experience related to wellness and health, don’t hesitate to comment or email nadyaand @ gmail (dot) com.

Have a wonderful happy New Year! I hope to see you on spinach and yoga and to hear from you in 2012!

You inspire and motivate me!

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