When your friend’s child has been diagnosed with cancer, her whole life is thrown into disarray. Nothing makes sense anymore, nothing seems fair, and life for her may end as she knows it. There are more doctor appointments than she can manage, specialists to visit, chemo calendars to keep track of, radiation appointments, surgeries, procedures, a massive list of life-saving drugs to keep track of, sleepless nights, etc. The list goes on and on. Her comfortable normal is shattered,
How I Became a Yoga Instructor
This is a post that just may encourage you to follow your dreams, or maybe just your gut. In a previous post, I wrote a little bit about how I became a certified yoga instructor, but recently I found this piece that I wrote for an assignment during my training, and wanted to share it with you.
June 2016 –
Sometimes, we just have to take a leap of faith and hope that everything will turn out to be wonderful.
So, what do you do?
What do you tell people you do when you meet them for the first time? Are you able to present yourself with the utmost confidence that what you do and who you are is just right? Do you use the proverbial “elevator speech” in hopes of collecting a new client? Do you tell them you’re a stay at home mom? How about a tight rope walker? Ok, maybe not that one.