Magazines & Journals


Elephant Journal


Yoga Journal


Peaceful Dumpling


Yoga Blogs


Yogaglo Blog




Cowgirl Yoga

  • Dolphins: the ultimate heart opener The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.- W.B. Yeats, quoted at the beginning of Voices in the Ocean– a Journey into the Wild and Haunting World of […]
  • Because Montana Happy Leap Day! Like February needs an extra day, right? Well, an extra day is an extra day, so practicing gratitude over here. A recurring life lesson is that things don't always go as planned. […]
  • Yoga books to refresh your practice It's about that time when the New Year has lost its sparkle. When we might be in need of a little kick in the pants to motivate. Winter blahs? I've rounded up three of my fave new yoga books that […]
  • No VOKE, no prana Me getting VOKED in Costa Rica!A popular yoga saying goes, “No coffee, no prana”.  Prana is the vital life force circulating within us, our breath, energy, and more. We all need help kick […]
  • Cowgirl Yoga in Costa Rica 2016 Riding horses and doing yoga in Costa Rica is a great way to start the New Year, I've decided. Cowgirl Yoga, Pura Vida style was a perfect reset for mind, body and spirit. I had my first gallop on […]


News Sites


New York Times: Yoga


Huff Post: Yoga


The Guardian: Yoga


Health & Wellness


Dr. Oz: Blog


Dr. Weil: Blog


Deepak Chopra: News

  • News Overload Question: As an empathetic and feeling species, are we really designed to be constantly plugged in to news sources and aware of all of the really negative things going on all over the world? […]




Transcendental Meditation: Blog


Wild Mind: Blog

  • How to recognize, respect, and love your inner demons This is the first time I’ve posted here in a while. Virtually all of my energy is going into supporting Wildmind’s community of supporters — people who make a financial contribution […]
  • New Year aspirations (rather than resolutions) When I was younger I used to think that New Year’s Day resolutions would almost automatically bring about change. It was as if thinking that you wanted to change was enough to make it actually […]
  • My latest book: “A Year of Buddha’s Wisdom” Over the summer I wrote a book. The idea was presented to me by the publisher, who had decided that they needed a daily practice guide based on Buddhist teachings, and they wanted me essentially to […]
  • The strange myopia of Buddhist teachings on suffering I wanted to draw attention to a strange myopia that affects many people who comment on the Buddha’s teachings about suffering. In the four noble truths, the first truth is that of suffering […]
  • “This is where peace is found” Anyone who has meditated knows that over and over again we turn the mind toward the sensations of the breathing, to building kindness, or to some other object of meditation, and over and over again […]


Sharon Salzberg: Blog


Sustainable Business & Tech




Business Green


Green Business Network




Turiya Yoga Blog


Give Back Yoga


Bent on Learning: Blog




Cookie and Kate

  • What to Cook This May May is here! The trees are greener by the day and I’m thriving on the abundant sunshine. Baby Grace is happy, wiggly, and giggly. She’s an enthusiastic… The post What to Cook This May […]
  • Perfect Roasted Butternut Squash Want to know something cool about roasted butternut squash? You don’t have to peel it before roasting. That’s right. You do not have to suffer through peeling… The post Perfect Roasted […]
  • Easy Honey Butter Do you have room for some honey butter on your holiday table? Let’s make some! Honey butter is creamy and utterly irresistible. It’s sweet and a little… The post Easy Honey Butter […]
  • 50+ Spring Brunch Recipes Kansas City is in full bloom and I feel like I’m living in an Easter basket. I spy shades of light purple, pink and yellow from my… The post 50+ Spring Brunch Recipes appeared first on Cookie […]
  • What to Cook This April Spring is here, daffodils and all, and I’m just thrilled about it. It’s Grace’s first spring, which makes it feel extra special. So far this year has… The post What to Cook This […]


Naturally Ella

  • Roasted Sweet Potato Sorghum Salad This post is in partnership with Bob’s Red Mill. It’s the time of year when I like slightly warm salads. Roasted vegetables tossed in my favorite greens with a tangy dressing; it’s hard to go […]
  • Vegan Barley Risotto with Squash and Chermoula This post is in partnership with Bob’s Red Mill. Risotto is a go-to recipe on this site and in my kitchen. Something is comforting about a big dish of creamy grains loaded with vegetables on top. […]
  • Carrot Barley Stew with Kale Sauce This post is in partnership with Bob’s Red Mill. Most of my broth-based soups have two parts: the soup base and a flavor stir-in. I’ve been making this kale sauce off and on and decided it […]
  • Farro e Ceci This post is in partnership with Bob’s Red Mill. Since March, pasta has become increasingly harder to source at some of the local grocery stores. This has led to an increase in making pasta in […]
  • Delicata Squash Pasta with Egg and Goat Cheese Post in partnership with Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs When the temperature drops below 90 degrees here in the valley, I call that the start of fall. This creamy delicata squash pasta is my […]


Green Kitchen Stories

  • Soba Salad with Miso and Ginger Aubergine + Broccoli Here is a great weeknight dinner that comes together on the stove in just under 20 minutes. Soft, sticky and flavor-packed aubergine meets crunchy broccoli and earthy noodles. Heaven in a bowl. […]
  • Winter Holiday Saffron & Millet Salad This saffron and cinnamon studded grain salad with roasted roots, herbs, pomegranates and nuts is perfect for the holidays + Christmas Recipe Roundup! […]
  • Aran’s Double Chocolate & Buckwheat Cookies These cookies from Aran Goyoaga new cookbook are naturally gluten-free with a delicious hint of fennel. We also made them vegan. Try the cookies and read our conversation with Aran. […]
  • Sweet Potato Shakshuka This is an untraditional but delicious take on Shakshuka with a sweet potato base and crunchy roasted sweet potato skin on top. The recipe is from the new book Shelf Love from Ottolenghi Test Kitchen. […]
  • Vegan Oyster Mushroom Caesar Salad The star of this Vegan Caesar Salad is the oyster mushrooms that we sear using a special pressing method that makes it umami-rich and crunchy on the outside while juicy and flavor-packed inside. […]


India & Indian Blogs

Miss Malini




Office Chai