Category Archives: challenges

Week 2 – Another week in the books

The second week is always more difficult than the first week when I recommit.  This week was no exception.  It’s been hard for many reasons and I have been exhausted.  I fought through though and am ready to keep going.  … Continue reading

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CATattitude: Keep me going

I had a check-in with Sam this week.  This is part of the routine – sit down, check in, assess, re-set.  This summer has been hectic for me.  I bought a house, moved, started a different job, and have been … Continue reading

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Buy the socks

A few weeks ago my friend Leslie and I went to hear Anne Lamott who was on a book tour for her new book, Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy. It was at least the third time I have heard Anne Lamott.  One … Continue reading

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Sometimes we stop

Life doesn’t always go as planned.  Sometimes we are stopped. This was the plan:  Go to yoga teacher training on Friday night and learn modifications for sun salutations (that happened).  Go to Global Mala at the Vulcan on Saturday morning … Continue reading

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After the rain, the rainbow: You are stronger than you think you are

I just finished month six of yoga training.  Yesterday ended with a full rainbow over the city.  It was what I needed after a challenging weekend.  Yoga teacher training can bring up a lot of stuff and there are often … Continue reading

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Bending and not breaking: Challenges in yoga teacher training

I didn’t mean to go so long without posting.  Much has happened since I posted over two months ago and I have thought about posting on various things that have happened but just have not done so.  Sometimes we all … Continue reading

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Now let yoga begin… layers of training

At the beginning of March I began another 200 hour teacher training.  Logically I should be in a 300 hour training to get to the 500 hour level, but this training called my name for many reasons. (No, 200+200 does … Continue reading

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