There are many yoga videos on You Tube and one of the first things I noticed is that they are not all created equal. Some are so boring I fall asleep half way through, which I suppose means I'm relaxed, but that's not quite what I'm looking for. Some yoga teachers have really annoying "yoga voices" where they use a really soft voice and make every syllable reaaallllly lllloooonnnggggg, as if they're trying to lull you into a hypnotic state. I don't really want to be hypnotised, especially as it always makes me worry I'm going to quack like a duck every time someone claps their hands.
Eventually, I came across Yoga With Adrienne. She doesn't have an annoying yoga voice, she cracks jokes and she even suggests different ways to do things depending on your level. At the moment, she is doing 30 days of Yoga, with a different video every day for 30 days. So far, I have finished 12. For me, the Queen of the land of starting things you'll never finish, that's not bad going.
Getting up early to get it in before work is never fun when it's dark in the morning. I find I do glide to work on a cloud of smug when I've done it though, so there's that. I also have been finding that I'm more productive during the day, although that might just be that I have a lot to do at the moment so I have no choice. I'm saying yoga because that sounds better....
So, anyway, Adrienne is not paying me for this, although she is welcome to is she would like. I accept payment in Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and Doughnuts. I just didn't want to bore you with my work schedule and as that is all that I have going on this fine Wednesday evening, I thought I'd tell you about yoga.
And that is all I have to say about that.