Hello, and welcome to here. This is a blog about one man’s introduction to Hot Yoga … with perhaps a bit about veganism.
Okay, that minimal introduction’s been there for almost three weeks, so I figured it’s time to add a little more. It’s still valid so I’m leaving it for now.
Take Two: Hello, my name is Roberto Blizzard, and yes, I am the Vegan Yoga Dude, or The Vegan Yoga Dude or simply Vegan Yoga Dude. I’m still not sure about the “The” and whether or not to capitalize the “T” so check back here a bit later to see what I finally decide. These things deserve careful consideration.
So what exactly is this all about, you ask, and more importantly, what’s in it for you? The short version is that this blog is a work in progress, a record of my journey along the paths of veganism and yoga. What’s in it for you? Well, whether or not you’re vegan or practise yoga, I hope that you might find here some amusement and some information relevant to your life and your own journey through time and space (Ooooh! Cosmic!), a smidgen of insight perhaps, and a light dusting of inspiration. There’s a definite transformational arc somewhere in here, too. Let’s leave it at that for now. Believe me, I’ll be updating this again very soon.
So, Roberto Blizzard, Vegan Yoga Dude, who are you exactly?
Well I’m glad you asked. I’m a writer, an editor, an actor, a father of three teens, a vegan (almost a year), and a yoga practitioner (four months – Hot Yoga). I’m Vegan Yoga Dude. And as of very recenlty, a blogger.
Is Vegan Yoga Dude me? Well, “he’s” part of me. Am I Vegan Yoga Dude? Straight up, baby. 100%. Please don’t hurt your head over this, just read on.
Come back a bit later for a longer bio, and in the meantime, feel free to ask me any questions you might have: I guess the best way would be to use the Comment Form below. Feel free to do the “Follow Blog via Email” thing if you think you’d like to keep up to date on all the amazing goings on around here. If I were you I’d take a look around first to make sure. This might or might be your cup of tea. I’m hoping that it might be. So … until next time, maybe,