My dream of a Yoga Center here in Dahlonega!

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The Yoga community in Dahlonega is mighty and growing. If you value wellness for your mind, body, and soul, join me in supporting Mindy’s dream for a Yoga Center in Dahlonega!

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ImageDreams, we all have them. Most are wishes upon stars, errant thoughts or sometimes contemplations of “what if” but me, well I tend to just jump right in after them. One of my inner codes is similar to words from a Tom Petty song:

“Yeah runnin’ down a dream
That never would come to me
Workin’ on a mystery, goin’ wherever it leads
Runnin’ down a dream”.

Our lives are full of dreams, passions, desires but my dream for the last year has been largely focused on our Yoga Community. The studio continues to thrive and the Yoga Community of Dahlonega needs more space, therefore I thought that perhaps I could share my dream and overall vision for what I want to create for us here in Dahlonega and beyond.

I want us to have a Yoga Center. A location near the square downtown with ample parking and ample studio…

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10 Great Quotations from Writers about Writing

As a new writer, I can learn from all of these great quotes from writers, but especially like this one: ‘Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.’ – Cyril Connolly

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Here are ten of our favourite quotes about writing, from those who should probably know the most about it – writers themselves. Some of them are witty quotes, others profound, some a mixture. We hope you enjoy them.

‘Being a writer is a very peculiar sort of a job: it’s always you versus a blank sheet of paper and quite often the blank piece of paper wins.’

– Neil Gaiman

‘God may reduce you on Judgment Day to tears of shame, reciting by heart the poems you would have written, had your life been good.’

– W. H. Auden

‘A writer is someone for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people.’

– Thomas Mann

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‘Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.’

– Cyril Connolly

‘The dubious privilege of a freelance writer is that he’s given the…

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