My current yoga practice is SUUUUUPER restorative, but back when I did more "regular" yoga, one of my favorite teachers mentioned something about finding joy in the wobbles. We were doing ardha chandrasana (aka moon pose), and it was a moment of "yoga is life...life is yoga", and in these very strange shaky times, this … Continue reading Finding joy in the wobbles
I've been about 80-90% carnivore for close to a year. I transitioned to CV quickly from keto after only a few months because I'm entirely too lazy to track macros. I started to, but that got old real fast. CV is so freaking simple and very much in line with this deep desire to return … Continue reading Recommitting to myself
I'll start putting thought to virtual paper, and then I end up never getting it out there because I figure what I say doesn't really matter. But here I go anyway...because I guess some of you find what I have to share at least a little interesting. I teach yoga very very part time. I've … Continue reading Insecure entrepreneur
I've been thinking a lot lately about old patterns. Ones that we developed as children as some sort of survival mechanism. Ones that continue into adulthood even though they no longer serve us. One of my own patterns I've been thinking about is being a perfectionist. As a kid, being the oldest, it kept me … Continue reading I hate not knowing WTF I’m doing
My three-day weekend was tiring AF. Working nights takes its own toll, and then we had to travel to my in-laws to go visit a sick family member the next morning. By the time we arrived at my in-laws, it was quite late and I was on perhaps 3 hours of sleep, if I'm being … Continue reading “Overstimulated” is an understatement…
In a group I'm in run by a brilliant lady carnivore functional medicine doc, the saying is that if you're hungry a few hours after you've eaten your meal, eat more fat. Since I've been giving into cravings fairly easily these last few days (happens to also be around my period), I've taken to eating … Continue reading Little wins!