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My life is and will always be a carnival! I have been busy moving in three different directions and when that happens my blog gets dusty. As I start to clear the cob webs with my spring cleaning I always open the windows to breathe in the fresh cool air embracing change, new aromas of coffee, and making time to reconnect with everyone.  In the next few weeks I will be making some changes to the blog, hosting a contest, and sharing a few more tidbits about the direction of my book.

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I am also putting my foot back in the waters and beginning to share my thoughts in new places! This week I have been featured on The VoiceIn Journal writing about the “Power of Connection” in which I  explore the idea of finding balance in social media and technology.

A spirited debate has been occurring on The VoiceIn Journal  FaceBook Page with the question “Has technology made us more lonely, more connected, or both?” If you have time stop by and join in share your own thoughts.

In the meantime, as I work on my content calendar for the coming weeks I look forward to stopping by and visiting everyone.  Wishing all of you a warm spring full of creative abundance!

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Darcie

Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga

11 replies

  1. I will have to take a look at your latest interview, it is nice to see you back Darcie,,, xox… I am interested about the technology debate as I love technology but I also find it hinders us a bit… I am always trying to find a balance xox

  2. Me again. Well, as promised, I popped over to your post and I just want to say I think I totally get it. I am active on social media and yet when I take a walk down the tow path by the river near my home, I keep seeing people walking on their own or with dogs or whatever, and even the briefest of nods can be s near as you get to human warmth and emotion. In some parts of the world, both connecting on social media and maintaining our own space in physical life often seem like twin agenda’s despite the obvious contradictions. There you go. You’ve set me off thinking now. Oh no !!

  3. How Exciting – Congrats – cannot wait to hear what you get up to 🙂 The Craves Adventurer and Mr. Craves are moving to the Southeast, so will be switching up the lifestyle and travel blogging – we are excited to explore and adventure as well as share those experiences with my readers too. Happy Week – Enjoy!

  4. Congratulations! will head over and read. I think you can be connected as you want to be. I know I have really connected with some people that I only know on the Internet: never met them in real life. yet, they know just as much – if not more about my life, than most of my real friends. Others I read and get inspired and creative ideas and just really enjoy; but the connection is not as strong. It’s all what you make it I’d say.

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