Why I’m Proud To Be Average

Guest blog by Kelly Smith, founder of Yoga For You Online I’m average. There, I said it. It’s out there now and I can’t take it back. I am average, and you know what? I’m not ashamed of saying that. Why does being average get such a bad wrap? Why should I have to declare my normal, mediocre, average self with such a leap and little bit of a fear in my stomach as I write those words? What’s so bad about being average? As a whole our society seems to be obsessed with being extraordinary. From a very young age we are told to be the best, gets As in school, volunteer, grow your resume, and get into the best colleges. Then as adults it doesn’t get any better. I spent the majority of my life compa

The Power of Investing in Yourself - Yoga Teachers

Guest blog by Amanda Kingsmith, founder of M.B.Om The biggest complaint I hear from yoga teachers is that they don’t make enough money. They spend hours preparing for classes that only pay them $30-$50; they spend most of their day rushing from studio to studio, and at the end of the day, they are burnt out and barely making enough to live off of. The result of this is that yoga teachers are cheap; meaning that they are very hesitant to invest money that they feel like they don’t have. It’s very rare that you meet a full-time yoga teacher that isn’t watching their cash flow and living on a budget. And, it’s very rare that you meet a yoga teacher that is spending their hard earned money on an

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