Hello! Stopping by real quick to share that I’m going on a 30-day digital hiatus as of Sunday, September 1st.
It’s one of those times when you need to unplug from the online frenzy and figure out your next step kinda thing; that’s where I am right now, anyway.
Today I celebrate 100 days of meditation, and on Thursday I hit 100 days of yoga. Every day. Without fail. Snatching a couple minutes or even a half hour whenever I can. Keeping my promise to make time to stretch and meditate just like I make time to breathe.
I wish I could share everything I’ve learned over the last 100 days, but the words won’t come.
I wish I could show you just how much I’ve grown and encourage you to try these daily practices for yourself, but the the words won’t come.
I feel like I’ve been running so hard and fast for the last couple months now, and I’m so tired. So very tired. Like it’s hard to think kinda tired. I find myself at a crossroads in my blog and biz-building efforts, and the big question pounding through my veins every day just gets louder and louder in the silence: “WHAT AM I GONNA DO NEXT?”
I have absolutely no idea, really. Perhaps it’s too much building a business right on the heels of my recovery. Perhaps it’s too much teaching the Academy and hustling to fill my slots every single time. I really don’t know, but I’m hoping some time away will clear my mind and give me something to hold on to. Something to guide me. Something to heal me.
So I’ll be doing a lot of writing and questioning within the next 30 days because I want to revive my blog again. I want to engage my readers in conversations again. I want to feel happy and useful again.
Quite the paradox that I’m much calmer now than I’ve ever been and yet part of me’s wrapped up in some serious emotional turmoil. The more answers I get, the more questions I have; isn’t that life’s great mystery, though?
Well, staring at the screen won’t bring forth any answers so I’ll say goodbye then.
See you on the flip side.