I’ve been struggling with thinking my practice had to happen on a mat, in a studio, or wearing specific types of clothing.
Have you ever experienced burnout? I thought that because I knew people who had gone through it, and I’d read so many books about it, and was helping other people in my life avoid it that it couldn’t happen to me. Well, guess what? Here I am recovering from burnout myself.
The recognition that a year ago I began a slow and steady descent into what I can now call burnout. I had slowly stopped being able to see my life beyond a day at a time.
A lengthy identity crisis has unfolded in my life – and I know I can’t be the only one. And that’s been really hard. Seeing how the industry has been mired in conspiracies...
Have you ever felt like something that you used to love to do is no longer satisfying, or no longer fits? Like you don’t even remember what it was like to be that person? I totally get it…
I learned that I was on the verge of burnout. And the reason I realized that was because on Monday I woke up feeling more tired even though I had two days off.
Today, I’m going to debunk the 5 most common myths I hear about meditation. (And hopefully help you realize you can do it too!)
Living your truth is how strong communities are built. And your fullest expression of that inner world is what we’re all here to witness. It doesn’t have to happen quickly or on anyone else’s watch, but it’s the inevitable outcome of staying aware of the bigger picture while recognizing your individual impact.
Instead of rashly quitting, I made a plan to transition to something that nourished my soul. My dream of running my own business and working as a yoga teacher full-time. So, I journaled about what it would feel like to have full control over my own schedule, and to have agency over the work I pursued.