Throughout the month of May, I’ve been participating in a gratitude challenge on instagram. Taking part in this challenge has given me some interesting insight (which I will get into in a moment). It was hosted by one of the yoga teachers at the studio where I practice and teach. When she first told me … Continue reading Gratitude Challenge: Finding More Positivity In Life
As someone who considers herself a yogi, I would like to say that I practice everyday and take classes regularly. Unfortunately this is not the case. I wake up every morning with the intention of practicing, however, the fact that I don’t wake up at a scheduled time, but do have to be to work … Continue reading Developing A Regular Yoga Practice: What Does That Look Like?
I know it’s still snowing up north, but believe it or not, we are right smack dab in the middle of a seasonal change (especially here in Florida). We’re moving from winter to spring and in terms of Ayurveda, that means moving from Vata Season to Kapha Season. Say goodbye to the random bouts of … Continue reading Spring is Upon Us: How to Combat the Negative Effects of Seasonal Change.
Analysis-Paralysis: When facing a crossroads leaves you paralyzed with fear over choosing the wrong direction.
I think one of the biggest personal challenges I face in life is my "all-over-the-placeness." Seriously. I'm a hot mess, I'm scatter brained, and I'm all over the place. Just try to read through my blog... you'll see. The problem is, there are sooooo many things that I want to do annnnnd, I'm a doer. … Continue reading Scattered Brained: When Being All Over The Place Makes Life Exhausting
When you're a bad swimmer like me, comparing the struggles of life to drowning, comes easily.Unfortunately, that's about the only thing I have going for me when shit hits the fan. When you're navigating your way through a body of water, and then all of a sudden you've lost control, and you start to feel … Continue reading When You’re Drowning In Life: Tips For Getting Through “Tough Waters”
Throughout my Yoga Teacher Training, I have been inundated with book recommendation after book recommendation, and now I have a long list of books that I’m hoping to read over the course of the next year. So I decided that while I make my way through the list, I’m going to make an effort to … Continue reading Book Review: The Yamas & Niyamas