The next step


What to do, what to do? Meaning the next step……

We are in our third month living in this beautiful state of Texas and we are loving it. To say the least it is far more lovley thanI ever imagined it to be.

I have been pondering on what to do career wise. All I have done is taught young humans in a Montessoi invironment that I carefully prepared. I have researched our area and have not found a Montessori school near by. With that being said, I have a coaching business, essential oil business and have dabbled in photography. I love each of these businesses equally.

My question is, do I jump in full throttle with my businesses that I already have and are passionate about and dip my toes in a photography buisness as well OR do I go back to teaching our precious future. I have some time to think and I do not need to rush in making a decision.

Feel free to comment your thoughts ūüôā

XOXOX,
Kimberly

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It has been roughly a year since I have been on my mat and let me just say it is good to be back. The past year I have been dealing with an annoying cyst in my foot that has made it difficult to practice, but now with a second dose of cortisone in my foot, I am able to practice again without pain or discomfort.

This past Saturday was my first morning back and I totally slayed my practice. I was stronger than I thought I was going to be, my mind was calmer than it has been and felt all around peaceful. I felt so amazing when I left my mat I decided to take a Pilates/Barre class on Sunday and slayed it again. There is a saying “When you own your breath, nobody can steal your peace.”¬† This is completely how I felt during and after my practice’s this past weekend.

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My favorite yoga to practice is Heated Vinyasa. It is a studio room heated around 78-95 degrees. You typically expect a specific sequence of poses that smoothly flow together. You may also hear the terms Ashtanga, Baptiste Yoga, Jivamukti, Power Yoga and Prana Flow that are also considered vinyasa yoga.

I encourage anyone that has not practiced yoga or has been off their mat for a period of time to find the time to experience or reconnect with their mat.  I am most thankful I did.

Until next time -Namaste

 

Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude.             -Dennis Waitley

 

 

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