You’re a modern day mom, giving your all to your family, your husband or partner, your career or passions, and striving to maintain that perfect balance between giving to others and taking care of yourself. From the time your eyes open in the morning until the time they close at night, you are always on - doing, being, and loving. Somedays it feels as if no matter how much you do, it’s never enough. At the end of the day instead of feeling fulfilled, you are exhausted.
Hello beautiful goddess,
I have a question for you...
What could be if we all removed this phrase from our life ~ "This might sound crazy but..."
and instead honored our own imaginative thoughts and ideas as truths.Read More
I’ve always heard there’s an opportunity in yoga to take it to the mat and tears may emerge. What those people mean is, when your emotions feel heavy, when you can’t find the answers, get yourself to a class, stat.
I used to question the thought of someone crying in yoga. Like, how does that even happen?
Until it happened to me.Read More
2016 - it’s been a year of cycling through all these identifying questions.
Ones like, Who Am I?
What is my purpose in life?
Who am I serving?
Do I even want to work to serve?
What if I just quit it all and wrapped up in a blanket and never showed anyone the real me?
Could I live happily just me and my family, no outsiders let in?
It’s so easy to want to believe that a world without judgement is a beautiful mystical world where everyone lives happily ever after. The truth is however, judgement serves a purpose.Read More
This quote came to me while golfing, of all places. I was in a scramble - which means 4 players hit each time and you play from the best of the 4 shots. So the three guys went and their shots were meh. It was my shining opportunity to bring one home for team. I hit. It went sailing. Gorgeous air. By far my longest tee shot ever! But it was off to the right. Unplayable. In the woods.
At that very moment I had both joy and disappointment evenly mixed. Here was my best shot ever (If it had gone straight) and I was completely disgusted and felt like I let my teammates down. I felt like I let myself down. Knowing how the brain works, I knew it would continue to associate these negative feelings with my best shot ever, unless I shifted mindset.