I’m all over the place, and so is this blog…
I’ve tried to keep organized blogs in the past, different blogs for different subjects. But, that’s just so not me. I am disorganized. I’m a beautifully, disarrayed mess and I wouldn’t want to be any other way. I need the freedom to express myself how I want, when I want, and where I want without having to go through different avenues just to keep things orderly. I’m a free spirit and my blog follows suit.
I feel like most of us walk through life showing various versions of ourselves, each catered to the moment and the people who are in it. This is one of the few places where I can be 100% authentically me.
This is what you’ll find on my blog:
My blog is mainly made up of stories from my own life. I spend a lot of time reflecting on my personal experiences and trying to extract little lessons from what I experience. Basically, this is where I share what I do, and what I learn along the way. You can expect content related to:
- Careers / Making a living
- Work life balance
- Love and relationships
- Yoga – practice, lifestyle and philosophy
- Doing adult things like Taxes and buying houses.
- Product and book reviews
- Short stories
- My random little experiments
- And probably a whole lot more.
More about me (in case you were wondering):
I am a Copywriter, Yoga Teacher & Blogger
I write copy for a small advertising agency in my hometown, and for an online yoga platform called OmStars
I teach yoga early in the mornings and on the weekends. My classes include Vinyasa Flow and All Levels.
I write short stories and poetry. I keep up with a blog and I have ideas for books that I hope to one day flesh out into full fledged novels.
Some of my own personal philosophies:
Know people and be nice to them, that’s the best way to get where you want to go.
Be who you are and don’t try to be anyone else. The quickest way to get lost is by trying to be somebody else. Let others inspire you, guide you, excite you, but don’t let them change you.
Weeds are flowers too… You don’t have to get to know them, just look at them, and you’ll see.