I’m one of many people who really just want to work for themselves. I’ve always smiled at the thought of possibly working from home, hanging out in whatever kind of attire I want, eating whenever I want, and being able to stop and take a shower if I want.
And you know what? It’s about to happen for me!
I’m about to open my own online store selling hand/homemade incense, art, and my music. Who knows if it will be successful? Who knows if it’ll be rockin’ for a few weeks and then fizzle? That doesn’t matter. What matters to me is that I have the opportunity to have a job that TRULY makes me happy and doesn’t feel like a huge obligation.
The store hasn’t opened yet, but I will post when it does.
I wish good luck to everyone taking the same chance as I am!
it has been a little while since my Husband and I started talking about having a baby human. The thing is, we haven’t been really taking many steps (other than the obvious) to ensure a pregnancy. I don’t have any ovulation kits or a BBT thermometer, and haven’t been taking things out of my diet that those TTC usually would. And so, the other night at WalMart, I picked up some Prenatal Vitamins, and am looking into other things that we could do now to aid us. I’m super duper open to any suggestions or advice that people would like to give, and super duper appreciative as well. Wish us luck!
(He wants a little girl, I want a kitten to come out of me)
I taught my 2nd class on the 31st, and it was a blast! I saw how important it was to connect with all the students before the class, it made everything go a lot smoother and we even had some laughs in class.
I also saw how important it was to have a solid class planned out, and to run through it several times. This way, you won’t have too many brain-farts and say “Uh, uh, uh” over and over. haha
So, needless to say, this experience was a whole lot better than last week. I found myself settling more into the role of the teacher, and carrying that confidence in my knowledge and execution of the Asanas. Of course I still have tons to learn, and will be learning for the rest of my life, but this positive experience was reassuring to me that I will make an exceptional teacher down the line.
Tomorrow I am going to be teaching a group of girls that my husband and I have been communing with lately. We met them at a Kirtan gathering, where we also heard a lecture on the Vedas. Since then, we’ve been invited by them to other gatherings, and to dinner. These girls are so bright and beautiful and in touch with their spirituality in a way that is inspirational to me. It’s made me open to my Bhakti Yoga path again. I’m stoked to practice Asanas with these girls and learn things from them as well.