Do you play small? I certainly do.
What is that!? Why is that? Doesn’t that seem counter-intuitive? And yet, we all seem to have this same disposition/fear/shared consciousness.
This is a cliché question, but, for real: What would you do if you knew you wouldn’t fail? Put differently:
What would you do if you didn’t limit your potential? What would you do if you weren’t afraid of your light?
Your alarm goes off, you hit snooze. Your alarm goes off, you hit snooze. Your alarm REALLY goes off. It’s time to drag yourself out of bed…and, you’re off!
Get out the door, get coffee, get to work, work, workout, eat, tv, bed. Repeat.
Does that, or something like that, remind you of someone? It’s definitely been me. And, if I’m being honest, it will likely be me again at various points in my life.
As we weren't able to spend Christmas and New Years together, we rain-checked to celebrate last night. You know, nothing says celebration like a Tuesday night.
Since he doesn't eat turkey, we had to come up with something fitting for the occasion. Enter, risotto with scallops! My recipe is modified from this one from SkinnyTaste.
Now, I've only made risotto once before, and that was really just as an experiment to see if I could...
As humans, we’re really good when we’re in control, but what happens if something changes that’s out of your control, or what happens when you have to make a decision with your best knowledge in that moment without any time to really think about it?
There’s a yoga sutra that pulled itself into my consciousness this week:
Te prati prasava heyah suksmah.
“When you think you have it under control, you had...
Did you start 2017 how you wanted to? I had a slow morning. It was lovely, but slow, and not 100% what I was planning for the start of a new year.
I shared these thoughts with my yoga class today: It’s ok if you didn’t start your 2017 exactly the way you might have wanted to. Do you know why? This practice of yoga, of learning to be present, brings you into a place where not just each year, but each moment is an...
With 2016 wrapping up and 2017 just around the corner, a lot of people are reflecting on what was and looking towards what will be.
I’ve never been a “resolutions” person, but I have been a “goals” person; and I think I’m starting to turn into an “intentions” person. So…what? Semantics!
Here’s how I would distinguish between resolutions, goals, and intentions; as well as how...
I could seriously eat all the burrito bowls! And I, finally, managed to make one at home – I buy a lot of them, so this is a big cost-saver for me.
Here is my super easy vegetarian burrito bowl “recipe”: