Daily Cup of Yoga at a Crossroads

On Feb 2, Daily Cup of Yoga will reach its three year anniversary as a yoga blog. As with many a blog, the posting rate on Daily Cup of Yoga has been like a roller coaster — more like a downhill roller coaster of late. As much as I enjoy studying and practicing yoga, I guess I feel like I’m at a bit of a crossroads in terms of the direction I want to take Daily Cup of Yoga. As far as content and theme are concerned, to be honest, I’m a bit bored and underwhelmed with just blogging about yoga.

Don’t get me wrong, I still feel like blogging about yoga, but I also want to blog about other things as well. I just feel like opening up a bit more and capturing and sharing my thoughts about a few other things that really interest me (like whether the Apple iPad will sink or soar, for instance). Now, I certainly don’t want to abandon my core readership by veering too far away from a yoga-centered blog, but I also don’t want to always feel like I can’t say whatever I darn well feel like on my own blog.

I suppose I’m only unshackling myself from self-imposed limitations, but wanted to give fair warning that I intend to broaden the scope of content found on Daily Cup of Yoga. Over the coming days, months, and years, expect more stream of consciousness and more posts with commentary on everyday, ordinary subjects that may or may not have a yogic twist to them. I hope you enjoy it!

Namaste.

19 comments

    1. Thanks for the note Shanna. I do have other websites, but sometimes it feels more like babysitting than fun taking care of all of them. I’m still considering my options and appreciate your opinion. By the way, you have a great yoga-inspired blog. I’ll definitely subscribe to your feed and add a link!

      1. Thank you Brian. I just found your blog on “Stumble Upon” the other day. I look forward to reading your future posts and I think I subscribed to your twitter too so I will see you there as well.

  1. Sounds good to me. It is your blog, so you should do with it what you like. Things with a yogic twist sounds great. I am sure you will feel very fulfilled being able to express yourself however you wish. Looking forward to reading!

  2. I think you have to blog about what interests you and not worry about the readers. That’s not to say that readers aren’t important – but ultimately, I thinking blogging is more like journaling and you need to share what’s in your heart and your evolution through life.

  3. I’m one of the few yogis here in Manila and it’s the first time I’ve encountered your blog… Thanks for sharing your insights! I’m inspired to start my own yoga blog for the Filipino yogis here. :o) Namaste!

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