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Did not think I might be in the same position again same time this year ... but I was very recently laid off and the market is not so good for me ...

I am referring to the Solstice Celebration that takes place at the summer Solstice in Times Square, New York City. Yoga classes (no pilates, no bootcamp, no calisthenics/cardio classes despite the yoga "boom" having finally passed) of 4,000 strong - right in the middle of Times Square, all day from right after dawn and into the darkness of evening ...

I went last year only because, very temporarily, my work hours had been halved (due to business conditions; and totally decreed by my then-boss) - just for a two week period... ! I'd had THAT much of a daily commute to my otherwise full time job for nearly 6 years; and this solstice celebration takes place on a workday ...

My issue may be Athleta, one of the sponsors ...

I think the love affair is just about over between me and that store. Or at least "we" remain friends ... my other thread on Mantra Magazine points out as to why ...

Edited by: TINIERTINA at: 4/9/2014 (07:45)

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