I know, I know. It’s not back to school for most of you. Either you’re out of school entirely, or you never left, or you’re in an area where this is not yet “back to school” time. However, in the glorious state of Arizona, we are all about paying for large-building utilities during the hottest month of our year — meaning I start back for pre-service next week.
As such, nothing would make me happier than to dedicate Anytime Yoga space for as many guest bloggers as possible. And as regular readers know, while the title of the blog does revolve around yoga, actual posting content goes quite a bit farther and wider. So whether you’re a yogi or not, odds are good there’s room for a topic that suits you here.
Things You Should Know Before Deciding Whether to Guest Author Here:
- I cannot afford to compensate guest bloggers financially. Therefore, I hope to tantalize your sensibilities in other ways.
- Guest posts don’t have to be strictly on topic for Anytime Yoga. (For ideas about what’s on topic, check the tag cloud.) However, they should be in line with the values set forth here. For example, a post about how much you love [physical activity that is not running or yoga] or [issues you have with disability that is not endometriosis or PTSD] should be completely fine. On the other hand, posts about [how X weight loss technique is the coolest thing ever] or [how Y marginalized group is just whining or complaining] are better suited to… well, the majority of the rest of the Internet. But not here.
- You’re more than welcome to include a link to your personal and/or community blog — and/or to cross post an appropriate (one you own the rights to and that fits in with Anytime Yoga’s values) piece that has appeared at one of those sources. Writing that has appeared in multiple other locations — again, not the best fit for here.
- I will do my best to promote the shit out of your post [technical term] according to your wishes [if you prefer I not, that’s fine too].
So. I think that’s all.
If you have general questions — those you feel comfortable asking in public and/or that you think would be applicable to a wider audience — feel free to ask here.
If you have specific questions — or ones that you’d prefer remained private, for whatever reason — feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, thanks to everyone who’s even considering!