Author Archives: millie jackson

About millie jackson

I am a librarian, a yoga teacher, a storyteller, an athlete.

2018: A new year of CATtitude

“Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.”  John Wooden It’s a new year and I have renewed my commitment to the CATtitude.  As a reminder, that is consistency, attitude, and tenacity. The quote from John … Continue reading

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2017: The year of travel

When I posted my most recent traveling yoga mat photo I said I would review my travels for the year.   I knew I had been traveling quite a bit but I don’t think I realized how much I traveled in … Continue reading

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#perfectinthismoment : just as i am right now

This week (Dec. 4-8)  Melissa Scott, one of my fabulous yoga teachers, and Gather Yoga Collective have teamed up to sponsor #perfectinthismoment.  The idea behind the challenge is to encourage us to remember that we really are perfect in this … Continue reading

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One day at a time: daily choices

It’s been a while since I posted anything.  I’ve been traveling quite a bit and have been off track a bit.  Traveling makes it difficult, though not impossible, for me to remain on track. Every day is a choice, a … Continue reading

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Week 8: Not over by any means

It’s been 8 weeks since Sam challenged me with a new CATtitude.    I’ve been to IronTribe 22 times in that period, even with a 5 day trip and a week plus of illness.  I started the Transformation Challenge that … Continue reading

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Week 6-7 : The good, the bad, the ugly

I missed posting last week because I was out of town.  It’ s been a bit of a rough time for the past two weeks.  I woke up Sunday,  Sept. 10 without a voice and feeling awful.  I have finally … Continue reading

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Week 5 – When in doubt

It was Friday and I was tired.  I was debating what to do.  It was a beautiful 79 degrees outside and I had my bike with me.  I should ride.  But I really didn’t want to for some reason.  Really, … Continue reading

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