I hate to admit it but my anxiety has been acting up quite a bit lately. Between balancing work stress, freelancing, blogging, yoga teacher training, and a social life, at times I feel like I’m trying to scoop water out of a boat with a hole in it. Something isn’t working.
While some of the stress is of a positive nature (hello YTT and the boy!), they still add to an already full bucket. I needed to figure out how to find the balance of them all and what I really need.
With one of my goals for 2018 to be to read 52 books, I have been working on my list of books that I want to read to make sure I’m never at a loss of what to read next. Though let’s get real, I actually have a note in my phone and every time I hear of a book that sounds intriguing, I add it to the list so I’m never really at a loss. ha!
Last year I read just under 40 books so I thought it would be fun to share a handful of my favorites so if you’re trying to reach your own reading goal for the year then maybe you’ll want to add a few of my favorites to your own list.
Happy Monday, friends! I hope everyone had a good weekend. I got back into the swing of things with yoga teacher training after a 2 week break for the holidays and it was so nice to pick up right where we left off, but it’s crazy to think we are pushing the final half of training! I even scheduled my practical exam which is INSANE to think about!
Anyway, I thought I would keep things relatively light today with a little catch up “currently” style post. I’m going to share some great books with you later in the week that you’re going to want to add to your reading list, so come back on Thursday for that. 😉
It’s hard to believe that the new year is here. To be expected, 2017 was full of ups and downs, though I’m so pleased and thankful that there are so many beautiful, fun, and exciting moments that overpower a lot of the negative ones, and I am really excited to see how 2018 stacks up and brings even more great things!
To be expected, a new year brings about a lot of reflection from the year past and planning and dreaming for the year ahead. While I’ll save you from the onslaught of thoughts that have been swirling in my mind the last few days (and weeks), I am a goal-oriented individual and as an obliger, I know the importance of sharing my goals with others as a form of accountability.