Tracking our precious time

When out for a walk, commuting to work, or knitting at home, I have been listening to audio books. My current listening material is the audio version of Laura Vanderkam’s 168 Hours: You Have More Time than You Think In her book, Vanderkam encourages us to track our time for at least a week in […]

Multipotentiality exploration

Mr. Wanderlust shared with me the link to Emilie Wapnick’s brilliant TED talk approximately a year ago, and I watched it with fascination. Finally, I was introduced to the one label for which I had been searching for the majority of my life, a word to describe me and confirm that it is more than okay […]

A story of commitment, dedication, and love

In 2015, we decluttered our house and currently are living only with what we use on a regular basis and what brings us joy. We continue to follow the ‘one in, one out’ rule by giving away the old equivalent of a new item. We continue to question everything we impulsively think we ‘want to […]

Deciding to simplify

I recently made a difficult decision to lead fewer yoga classes. When I completed my first teacher training program five years ago, I started leading classes in the evenings and on weekends in-between working full-time and taking care of my family. I continued to lead classes for three years as a stay-at-home mom and later, […]

One good word

I have been feeling tired. Tired of the glare of the computer screen. Tired of the buzzing phone. Tired of hearing news stories meant to spark arguments, dividing people into groups of those who agree and those who disagree. Those two groups can often be united in the sharing of their harsh opinion toward those […]