Can you spell nail.on.the.head? Ha.
This week Jamie Ridler asks what do you wish to make time for. Couldn’t be more timely (oh I’m so funny).
So I didn’t post on Monday, I was busy resting. I got sick last week you see, and it lasted approximately until yesterday, when I started to feel really better. This, my friends, was a blessing in disguise, because it forced me to slow down, for realz ya know. Couldn’t move, couldn’t eat properly (my own personal drama), couldn’t think, let alone write a coherent sentence altogether. I had no choice but to do nothing, which is very unusual of me. I had no choice but to take care of my body and myself. I had no choice but to take a hard look at how crazy my life has been lately, not because of some external circumstances, but because I made choices, and chose to say yes to a bit too many things. Unless I make the choice to burn out, Imma need to make a few changes.
So now I wish to make time for rest, I wish to make time for nourishment, of any kind: physical, spiritual, intellectual. I wish to make time for taking care of my Lovely Boyfriend, my kitty, myself. I wish to make time for more yoga practice (you have no idea how my own practice has suffered from holding down an almost full time job + teaching part time. Or maybe you, yoga teacher, you do), for more creativity (haven’t done a Full Moon Dreamboard in two months and I LOVE Full Moon Dreamboards, crap).
There’s one way to do this, I know what it is, and I’ve written at length about it so there’s a good chance you know what it is. It will happen, but let’s say I am currently working on patience before it actually happens. So right now, I will make more time the best way I can.
What about you? What do you wish to make more time for?