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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Several years ago I had weekly conversations with an older gentleman. He talked about how his life was out of control, both professionally and personally. I’d encourage him to pick one thing to do that week to find his way … Continue reading →
Back on September 22, 2011, I switched over my Facebook wall to the new Timeline. As a Facebook App Developer, you could jump on board early. Ever since, I’ve been fairly delighted to have an online journal about my life … Continue reading →
Recently a friend running for public office confided that people were friending her on Facebook rather than liking her campaign page. “Not to worry”, I told her, “You are still reaching them from your personal page. Make sure to provide … Continue reading →
Three years ago the Silver Spring Zombie Walk was started by a few local bloggers who decided to invite the readers to show up as zombies. Since I wanted to see the turnout inspired by these blogs and I always enjoy … Continue reading →
When I was a child and I exaggerated a story, I remember my father calling me on it. “Did that really happen?” “Are you “telling stories”? It was code for lying because at some point, if you are telling a … Continue reading →
Lately I can’t help but think about all the marketers and salespeople who have rushed into the social networking sites to further their businesses and clients. People who wanted nothing to do with Twitter or Facebook for friendship jumped on … Continue reading →
When I was in eighth grade, my teacher said I was cynical. As an adult, I don’t think it’s such a bad quality. In today’s age of constant, on-the-spot, media coverage by both professionals and every guy on the street, … Continue reading →
Friends came up to me at a picnic and immediately asked about the motorcycle rally I attended. I blurted out a short description which had them laughing, “I didn’t need the Lane Bryant coupon and I’m not a lesbian.” “That’s … Continue reading →
As I began to start a new community website, I caught myself thinking I’d need to jettison real life commitments in order to maintain it. Then it hit me, I was actually thinking about quitting my volunteer work with other … Continue reading →
According to Alexei Oreskovic in his Rueter’s article, Yahoo’s Plan: create community from isolated sites, Yahoo Inc co-founder, David Filo, and new CEO, Carol Bartz, are planning all kinds of social networking features for Yahoo.com. Yahoo is turning up the … Continue reading →