Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Remembering When I Zigged When They Zagged

I was thinking today about how far I've come with stepping outside my comfort zone. But as I came across this blog post from 2013, it still made me chuckle.

Reposted from May 2013

Many images came to my mind as I stepped WAY out of my comfort zone and tried Zumba (rolling my eyes) of all things today. Fish out of water, an innocent squirrel being electrocuted on an electric fence - I'm pretty sure this was what I looked like as the room hip hopped, Salsa and swayed. I don't have a rhythmic bone in my body. If I ever thought I did, today proved otherwise. I stayed in the back of the class and tried not to get in anyone's way. But then we had to turn around.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Happy To Be Finding My Rhythm

Apparently I've been recharging a little too long.. it's been awhile since I've posted here. Honestly, I've been busy at Will Run For Ice Cream. I decided to take a big step and put my health first. You can read how it all started (How I'm Going To Overcome Sugar Addiction) or if you want to just jump to the end and see how it went, you can click here  (day 7) or here (the journey continues).

I'm still trying to find.. I would say balance... but someone (thanks Pastor G) told me that rhythm was a better word .... and I have to whole-heartedly agree. I'm trying to find my rhythm with family, exercise, goals and dreams.

I have truly loved being home with Lil Man, but I have also felt the increasing pressure to generate some income. And my dream for the longest time has been this blog and social media. I would love to be able to generate some income from what I love which is writing and sharing with others.

And I've been spending some time doing some

Friday, November 18, 2016

Recharge For Your Mental Health

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, to be the best person that you can be, you need to take time for you to recharge, refresh, re-energize. I know I know I know. Trust me, I do know that sometimes it just seems impossible to get 5 uninterrupted minutes. But I assure you, take those minutes. Because the reality is, if you are running on empty, you can't be the person that you need to be for yourself and for those that depend on you. Otherwise, you are going to wind up looking like this picture in this post :)

For me, it's often a soak in Epsom salt. Not only does it help my muscles, but it helps me mentally with getting some magnesium sulfate
(#TuesdayTidbit - Using Magnesium Sulfate), PLUS having that time to myself.
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