Finding Isvara Is Back!!!
Change is inevitable and sometimes necessary for giving new life to pre-existing circumstances. Uncharted territory can be scary and feel daunting, but can be the exact thing that will open your heart and give new perspective when needed. Everything changes. Nothing stays the same.
Including Finding Isvara! We’re officially back after our summer hiatus! Thank you all for understanding our need to take a small break and recharge our creative batteries. Having the opportunity to focus on friends, family, and new projects for a few months was priceless and much needed. That said, we’ve missed you guys!
When we started this project in March of 2016, we had no idea of the impact our tiny yoga blog would have. What started out as a few women sharing real life experiences of yoga and spirituality with friends and family, quickly became something more far reaching than we could have ever expected. You have shown such love and support for our writing; we’re constantly humbled. Thank you for returning regularly and sharing with us your feedback, triumphs, pitfalls, and words of wisdom. Your readership is priceless.
So, things are changing up a little bit around here! First of all, Finding Isvara has a new guest writer! We’re excited to introduce you to Gertrude Suokko. Gertrude is a Woodstock, Vermont native and creator of the handmade clothing line Sofiawear. She is mom to a border collie named Banjo, girlfriend to pro-cyclist Ansel Dickey, barista extraordinaire, writer, and newbie yogi! We’re thrilled to have Gertrude on the team and greatly look forward to the fresh perspective she’ll share. Welcome Gertrude!
Because we all currently have lots of cool stuff happening in our personal lives, we will be scaling back on the amount of written posts on Finding Isvara. The common thread between all of us is our love for family and our desire to always be present. Sometimes that means writing a little less in order to remain connected to those we care about most. Not to worry though, there will be plenty of regular content for your eyeballs to read, we promise.
In addition, we will be opening Finding Isvara to guest writers! So many of you have amazing stories to tell and powerful perspectives that we would love to share. If you’re interested in being a Finding Isvara guest writer, drop us a line and we can talk details. If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the past 18 months, it’s that so many of you are doing yoga, having fun, and getting real along with us. Let’s hear what you have to say!
We hope you’ve had a beautiful summer. We look forward to hearing from you.