My Path

In May of 2009, I did two things: put a colossal sum of money on my credit card for an intensive month of yoga teacher-training, and began attending AA and Al-Anon meetings.

As all blogs are fundamentally narcissistic, I had the nerve to think maybe an account of my struggles and anecdotes on this path might be interesting and/or helpful to others – other yogis, others who have quit drinking, others who want to teach, others who pay colossal sums of money to quit working for a month, others who hate that feeling of otherness, whatever.

I intend to blog in article form, not necessarily in short snippets, so don’t come looking for awesome pictures or funny links.  Instead, if you care to read it, I hope in this blog you find a humorous and occasionally intelligent exploration of the suffering we all face, no matter what the path.

Namaste and happy trails.



  1. Lynn,
    Just found this off your facebook post. I didn’t know you blogged but it’s good stuff– especially for a non-committed yoga practitioner with Buddhist tendencies who knows she probably drinks too much. Maybe you can guide me to a new Way. 🙂

  2. Nice to find you!

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