The weather here is just perfect for a rajdhani. The temperatures are cool enough for a long nap, and the humidity is minimal. In this time of year, we all need to get our bodies out of the house and outside to relax, unwind, and get some fresh air. In the city, where the temperatures are usually high for the day, this is what the most sought after time of day is.
I’ve tried sitting outside on a sunny day quite a few times and I’ve never been able to get comfortable. I tend to get so hot that my skin blisters and it feels like I’ve got to pee just to cool down. This is why I’m always worried about the heat and humidity getting to me, and the fact that I’ve always had a serious dislike for sitting on my backside.
When it comes to sitting outdoors, there’s not really a whole lot you can do. You can do yoga, but it’s basically just a lot of lying down in a dark room with your arms and legs outstretched and your head on a yoga block. Or if you just want to be a little more active, you can always do this. The best advice I can give you is to use your bodyweight to spread out your body and make the most of your time.
Basically you just need to be like a tree. Like, have a trunk and branches all over your body so you can lean on them. Like you’re basically a tree, you know.
You can use your bodyweight to build momentum and to do this you can also do some kind of yoga pose. It’s best to start with a pose that is comfortable and then build from there. There are tons of good options, and some I like best include: Warrior I, Bhujangasana, Downward-Facing Dog, and Side twists.
There are other methods, like a plank pose, but they can get a bit challenging and repetitive, so I prefer to start with something a little easier like a forward bend. I find that this pose is good for stretching my back and relaxing my mind.
This is a good pose to do first thing in the morning. It helps me get a good start on my day and also helps me achieve some balance and focus. Also, its great for working on core strength.
The thing that makes my life worthwhile is not because of me, but because of a couple of other people whose lives are so intertwined with mine. If you have any thoughts on the subject, please reach out to me and I’d love to hear.
Yes! I’m aware that I spend most of my day doing one of two things: checking Facebook or checking Twitter. However, I find that I am usually not paying much attention to either of them. I just keep track of my newsfeed’s status updates and the tweets from people I follow. I also keep a note of the links that are clicked and the sites that are visited. Most of the time, it’s not about the links. It’s about the sites.
So the last time I was in an elevator with someone in a taxi, I checked my cell phone number to get a better idea of what was going on. I would have been on a flight to Boston before the elevator doors opened and I would have been listening to my cell phone number on the flight. But that was not the case. I was checking my phone number when someone in the front seat of the taxi pulled up from the taxi hall to give me an ID and my cell phone number.