Posted in February 2012

Discovering the “Y” in Yoga

Discovering the “Y” in Yoga


“Stretch to downward facing dog!” snaps the instructor on my Gaiam Yoga DVD. “Bend farther down!” he continues to bark. “Now, bend even farther, and breathe.” he says so calmly when I’m in the toughest physical position in my life! There’s just something about Yoga. Most people recommend it. They say it’s most likely one … Continue reading

My Weekend in the Northern Berkshires


If I had to sum up my weekend in one word, I don’t think I could. There’s just not one word to sum up the world of awesomeness. I spent the weekend in the northern Berkshires of western Massachusetts at one of my favorite mountain resorts; Jiminy Peak. If you’re looking for a weekend getaway … Continue reading

At Mohawk, the Snow is Good!


As of late, I’ve been staying at the local resorts. The past week or so has been pretty dry for the ski resorts in the north country, so I figured this would be the perfect opportunity for me to spend my hard earned money locally. After all, the folks at these resorts are my neighbors! … Continue reading

Superbowl Ads Go Viral on YouTube


So, here we are now just hours away from the big game on Sunday. The Giants against the Patriots. The ultimate rivalry amongst football fans. Who’s going to win? That seems to be one of the most popular questions around, but second to that is, of course, who’s going to have the best Superbowl ads … Continue reading

In Drunken Groundhogs We Trust


Spring has sprung says Chuckles, the furry little rodent from Connecticut. Six more weeks of winter our old man Phil proclaims out in Pennsylvania. Who’s right? If you ask me, both rodents are drunk and were clearly pre gaming for today’s festivities. I mean honestly, do they think we’re naive! We’ve stopped trusting those furry … Continue reading

Social Vixen Heads to Catamount!

Social Vixen Heads to Catamount!


Everyone knows I love a good road trip. I mean come on, who doesn’t love to hit the pedal to the medal and jet the car across the open roads of America. What I love even more, however, is a good old fashioned ski trip to one of our many nearby resorts. Skiing takes the … Continue reading