"May God Have Mercy on Our Data Plan"
Parenting is hard, y'all. Not only are we expected to keep these little creatures alive, healthy, and happy, but we also have to make sure they grow up to be responsible, respectful, contributing members of society. Parents throughout the ages have had their own specific set of challenges, but the addition of screens and social media has made adulting in the 21st century particularly rough. From limiting TV time so our cherubs don't turn into little zombie monsters, to (someh
Talk Dirty to Me
Fungus. Bacteria. Viruses. All of these things can accumulate on our yoga mats. Yummy. As yogis, we expose a significant amount of bare skin to our yoga mats, which opens us up for the potential of spreading and contracting the organisms that hitch a ride on our bodies. As I've mentioned before, shared yoga mats are okay to use in a pinch, but purchasing your own mat is crucial for cleanliness. Sure, you can wipe a borrowed mat down with the sprays commonly offered by studios