I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately. About my future, my relationships, my job and overall career, my blog(s), my dreams, my goals, where I want to travel, how I want to spend my time and money, how to learn more, do more, and be more. And then I asked myself this question:
How do you stand out in a world with so much content?
Except when I started to really think about it and break it down, the question changed a bit:
For everyone in the US, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving last week. My parents were helping my sister move so I decided to stay in Michigan and just enjoy a day off. I went to yoga with the boy and one of his cousin’s, and then after we grabbed some coffee together, I drove home for a relaxing afternoon.
I was invited to a few different gatherings which was so sweet and appreciated, but the more I thought about it, the more I just wanted a day off. Life has been super busy and this next month will be no different so the idea of taking some time to just relax, catch up, clean, and go to bed early, sounded too good to pass up. Thankfully, everyone seemed to understand and overall, it was a really nice day.
It’s hard to believe the holiday season is already here! I had hoped to publish this post a couple weeks ago but time and busy schedules got away from me before I could get the notes turned into actual words and coherent sentences. Regardless, while it’s about to be Thanksgiving the week this post is going live, the content is not strictly for the purpose of holiday travel so it is still completely relevant for today and moving forward.
Things are especially busy right now, though that was to be expected by adding yoga teacher training into the mix. I am not complaining though, as my heart is so full and I am so excited with the potential direction of many aspects of my life. It’s not all sunshine and rainbows, but I’m choosing to focus on the good things in the hopes of bringing more good and light into my life (and yours).
With that said, I thought it would be fun to catch up a bit today with a round of “currently.” I think it’s been a couple months since I did this, so what better time to get back to it: