inspiration

Posted by admin on December 10, 2013 in Inspiration, Mindfulness
Every month, we at Wanderlust will be releasing a #WLTop10 list, filled with raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens, and a few more of our favorite things.  To kick things off, we're reflecting on some of the most mindful and moving moments of the year, magical moments that embody "yoga" in their own right.  Take a look at our selections below, and please comment and share some...
Posted by admin on December 10, 2013 in Inspiration
Ali Kaukas is Wanderlust's resident photographer extraordinaire.  She hails from Manchester, Vermont, but can often be found surfing the waves of Costa Rica, leading a dance party in Brooklyn, or on a lustful adventure somewhere in between.  We are grateful to have Ali's incredible eye for beauty to capture the essence of our Wanderlust festivals!  Sign up here to take...
Posted by admin on November 13, 2013 in Inspiration
Cover photo by Doc Searls In the past two decades, information has gone through an incredible shift in accessibility and online presence through search engines such as Google, blogs and individualized representations such as Twitter and Instagram.  In this relevant and timely Speakeasy, technology investor Chris Sacca talks about the direction in which social technology is headed, the new...
Posted by admin on October 28, 2013 in Inspiration
If you were following our #KeepYogaWeird contest, you've probably seen this photo by our inspiring winner Caitlin Marcoux.  Caitlin was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer in March following the biopsy of a tumor in her right breast. Although she had discovered the mass herself 2 years earlier, it had been dubbed "likely benign" and attributed to post-lactation hormonal...
Posted by Karina on September 20, 2013 in Inspiration
Maybe it's that back-to-school feeling that's engrained in our DNA, but the arrival of that first cool autumn breeze always envigorates in me an admittedly-nerdy desire to break out a new palette of books for the bedside table. Armed with a thin-tipped pen and mini Sharpie highlighter, I divide the new stash of tomes into subway-sized fare (those with pithy enough pages to digest something...
Posted by Guest Scribe on September 19, 2013 in Inspiration
Is it just me, or do we all long for the days when it was completely acceptable to finger paint for the afternoon and play dress up alone in the basement while your mother listened to Celine Dion and vacuumed the house? Okay so maybe it wasn’t Celine, and maybe it was your father, and maybe you had other hobbies that you chose to engage in, but seriously, were those not the best days ever?! When...