A breath of fresh air…

By on May 19, 2013
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We have taken cues from the season and we have given our site a well deserved spring cleaning and makeover.  New logo, new website and new direction for our blog.  We will be bringing you more news, tips, quotes, interviews with experts and students, exclusive offers and more!  We value the opportunity to join you on your journey to dharma and fulfillment!

The Everyday Ayurveda Team

About Suleyka Montpetit

Suleyka Montpetit is a Media Entrepreneur, Explorer, Writer and the Managing Editor of Everyday Ayurveda. She has studied Yoga, Health, Spirituality and the Arts for over 15 years, rubbing elbow with all kind of luminaries and making stuff happen everywhere she goes.

One Comment

  1. vs9as6u8a@hotmail.com'

    Washington

    January 28, 2014 at 4:42 am

    Drafting college peaylrs mitigates risk. You have a higher payoff rate, but often lower ceilings. Just to drag a couple examples, do you want a 10:1 chance the pitcher turns into Josh Beckett, or a 3:1 shot at Joe Blanton? And a bit of that depends on where you are on your development cycle. If you are thin in the upper levels, you want peaylrs who can fill AA and AAA spots quickly. If there are a lot of peaylrs at high levels, you want to draft peaylrs who will take more time to develop.

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