If you already follow Infinity Crossing on social media, you'll notice some updates as we prepare to become MOJO Yoga. Some of our old Maya Yoga Online social media channels will be merging with Infinity Crossing's more established channels to create one epic bundle of MOJO Yoga magic. Heck, even some of MOJO's social channels are brand spankin' new!
Check out the links to all of MOJO's new channels to like, tweet, pin, follow, subscribe, and generally be social with us. I can't wait to see your happy shining faces, beautiful pictures, and all-encompassing status updates there! :)
Why should you do this, you ask? Well, because all the cool kids are doing it. Duh. In all seriousness, though, you should get engaged in at least one of our social media channels (the one that frightens you the least) because that's where we'll be sharing tips daily to help you get your mojo working in your life.
Let's face it. We all need reminders to keep our lifestyles in healthy balance. Some of us only need a reminder every now and then. Others of us could really just use someone holding our hands every step of the way.
And let's face it again. I'm only one gal with the same 24 hours you have. It's going to be a minute before I figure out how to open up more time to deliver the in-depth yogafy your life goodness of the blog more than once a week. If you love the blog, if you feel it helps remind you to keep pursuing your own personal development and self actualization (see below), then you'll really love what we'll serve up to you on social media in bite-sized MOJO Moments.
Let's support each other. Let's be social together. Thanks for sharing the love of getting more MOJO in your daily life!
P.S. If you caught that big word back there "self actualization," and you liked it as much as I do, then either you're a huge nerd or you took Psych 101 in college...or both. For your weekly edutainment and a refresher on why self actualization is so monumentally important (and why I live to work on it for myself and help you do that, too), check out this TED Radio Hour Podcast on Maslow's Human Needs.