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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If you haven’t, you should know it’s a world-wide movement. Craftivism opens up a conversation so people can learn from each other and exchange views. When I attended Salon An Artful Conversation last year, I was delighted to hear Betsy … Continue reading
Both the Scouts and the parents of our Boy Scout troop are close knit because we offer a special leadership experience that no other troop can match. We volunteer to direct the parking at our county’s annual agricultural fair in … Continue reading
You need to do something special to commemorate a half century in this world. After all, you’ve made it through quite a few ups and downs! What if you don’t want a party? I wanted to do 50 of something. … Continue reading
A few years ago, I wanted to learn how to produce professional videos. You know how you attempt to capture an event on video and the quality’s usually poor? I definitely wanted to do better. At the time, a professional … Continue reading
After nine years, last night was our last Cub Scout meeting. I’d spent eight years in uniform with five of them as Pack Committee Chairman, a position I often referred to as “Leader of the Leaders”. Since I spoke without … Continue reading
Yesterday I had the honor of attending the ribbon cutting for an apartment building. A nonprofit organization was able to purchase a vacant, foreclosed property in a neighborhood suffering from blight and renovate the building to provide homes for four … Continue reading
A few months ago, one of the founding members of our Human Services Advisory Commission suggested we suspend formal commission meetings while evaluating our mission and duties in Rockville. We all had to dig down deep and decide if we … Continue reading
Last week I spoke with elementary school students about homelessness. Every class I visit is always attentive for their “special guest” and our conversations can be an insightful treat. One second grade boy stopped me in my tracks when he … Continue reading
A friend from high school said he never drives past a volunteer community car wash without thinking about my dad. My dad owned a gas station and he was always letting scouts and schools have car washes. My friend marveled … Continue reading
As I was sitting at a picnic for one of my son’s activities, a leader stood up and proceeded to describe all the volunteer duties for parents. “O boy,” I thought, “This is entirely my fault.” After leading a youth … Continue reading