I have been very transparent the last few weeks about what has been going on in my world. Being laid off from my job has been quite the roller coaster, but I’ve been proud of myself for remaining relatively positive and optimistic despite it all.
Since I am someone who is prone to anxiety so there’s no doubt that I have had my moments of stress, worry, and feeling like I’m walking that fine upcoming-meltdown line. Generally, it lasts a few hours versus a full day (or many days) but I’m going to be honest, they do happen.
With all that said, I thought it would be beneficial to share how I handle those moments of stress and anxiety and a few ideas of what’s hiding inside my little bag of tricks…
I was feeling a bit uninspired in my workouts lately and my current training program so instead of allowing myself to get frustrated and back out, I started looking for some new workouts or making some of my own. Back in the days of the old blog, I used to regularly share workouts. It’s been some time since I’ve done that but I thought it may be fun to try to bring it back again, at least from time to time. So I’m going to start sharing some of those workouts that brought my motivation back to my fitness routine.
While I have shared bits and pieces of my yoga teacher training journey, I know there are several probably interested in hearing how I feel about things now that everything has completed and I’m officially a registered 200-hour yoga teacher. Lucky for you, that’s what’s on the dock for today… (wink wink)
I know most of these thoughts will merely be skimming the surface as there’s a lot that went down internally or that just can’t get put into words. All I can say is that I will do my best and if you have questions, leave them in the comments and I’m happy to try to answer them.