The Sunscreen Song: Just as Good Ten Years Later.

Via on Aug 30, 2010

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Video Inspires All to Live a Full Life.

This is a wonderful video tribute to Everybody’s Free (Wear Sunscreen) – originally released in 1998 by Baz Luhrmann and based on Mary Schmich’s column “Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young.”

Love the way Ki’une of Risingbean.com joyfully encourages us to embrace life in all its majesty, take chances, enjoy each and every adventure and keep our sense of humor. The message is just as good today as it was ten years ago. Enjoy! And remember to wear sunscreen.

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About Donna Freeman

Teacher, author and expert on yoga for kids and teens, Donna Freeman firmly believes that yoga can be done anywhere, by anyone, at anytime. She grew up in British Columbia, Canada but was introduced to yoga while living in Cape Town, South Africa during her nomad years. She is currently learning acroyoga with her kids and enjoys practicing tadasana while pumping gas or washing dishes. Bob Weisenberg describes her book Once Upon a Pose: A Guide to Yoga Adventure Stories for Children as indispensible. For more about yoga for kids and teens visit her website yogainmyschool.com or the Yogainmyschool.com facebook page

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2 Responses to “The Sunscreen Song: Just as Good Ten Years Later.”

  1. Thanks for posting this! Made my day. I remember when this song came out, and its a trip to hear it ten years later. Even if I'm still a young whippersnapper in many eyes, this holds a lot of weight.

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