About BNeg and Cindy
TryingNotToBneg.com is published by Online and In Person LLC.
I first started to blog for my local community with Rockville Central and almost immediately followed with TryingNotToBNeg.com.
I'm a Yoga Teacher and Coach. Here's my website for yoga. As a 500-hour registered yoga teacher (RYT), I love to teach beginners, power sequences, and chair yoga!
In addition to yoga, my company Online and In Person works with businesses, organizations and individuals to build community and improve communications.
With this blog I hope you will get to know me better.
Please share your thoughts here. It always means a lot to me!
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Last Monday, I happened to be putting things away in the kitchen when the President was broadcast live from the G20 conference. I grabbed a pen and jotted down his words, feeling the truth in what he said. And when … Continue reading
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“We need to educate because people won’t embrace what they don’t understand.” ~ Edward McMahon from the Urban Land Institute. When giving examples of adaptable and successful cities, Edward McMahon often describes the City of Rockville. Today the Rockville Summit Work … Continue reading
How do “firsts” start? The enthusiasm during our yoga teacher training spilled out of our hearts. We wanted to share our passion. I started talking about creating a yoga event in our Town Center. My fellow teachers needed experience … Continue reading
During our primary election, the polls were very empty. My oldest son didn’t understand the lack of participation. He recently studied the struggles for voting rights in this country and he told me throughout the day that he’ll never miss … Continue reading
Lately I’ve hit some rough patches. Things haven’t gone the way I’d hoped. Crossroads can be confusing times in your life. One day my husband surprised me by saying I needed to watch It’s A Wonderful Life because I had … Continue reading
Months after our vacation to Acadia National Park, I’m still struck by the astounding beauty of the rocky shorelines and mountain peaks. But another thought has grown in my mind and brought me to action. During one of our tours, … Continue reading
Blogging has an “anything goes” reputation. Bloggers are known to go off on extreme tangents and tell you exactly what they think. Sometimes anonymous, sometimes angry, blogging has traditionally been known as ranting. For me, blogging is the opposite. … Continue reading