Well, I’m back from my trip to Jackson, WY. As you’re about to see, it was a time of jollification (yes, that’s a real word!)
I went mountain biking…
Today I’m headed up to Jackson Hole, WY for a few days before I start my new job next week.
Remember last year when I went to Jackson? It did not disappoint and I’m looking forward to spending some time with one of my best friends. I’ll be sure to take lots of pics for you.
Speaking of pics, I just got Instagram!! You can (and probably should!) follow me here for some daily nature adventures and yoga ;)
It’s been a bit of an up and down week for me, which is why I could not be more excited about today’s video on how to empower yourself when things go “wrong”!
Hello beautiful friends! Yesterday I moved into my new apartment here in Park City, Utah!
I’ve got some awesome mountain views and cool new roomies. My apartment also has a broken hot tub… soooooo fingers crossed that it gets fixed because there is almost nothing better than hot tubbing on a cold winter night after snowboarding all day. Am I right?!
Anyway, I’m getting a little ahead of myself because it’s not quite winter yet!
This week’s video is super short and I think your going to love it. I was inspired by something I heard A Course In Miracles teacher Earl Purdy say in one of his videos:Continue Reading
Hello everyone! This is my first week in Utah and so far I’m lovin’ it.
(For those you you just joining this community of soulful peeps, I just moved from the mountains in Northern California to the Wasatch mountains in Utah!)
I’m having fun exploring some different terrain, and of course, scoping out the mountain bike and snowboarding scene!
In the midst of change, it’s so important to be gentle with yourself and practice the F-word often…
The F-word in this case being forgiveness ;)
I feel fear sometimes (gasp!!). And with a big move to a new city coming up and major changes in every area of my life, there are certainly times when I feel confused, frustrated or nervous.
I share this with you because I think there is a common misconception that to be “spiritual” means you never feel fear and that you’re always positive/happy 100% of the time.
I used to think that if I felt some form of fear I was doing something wrong. I would feel afraid of my fear, resist it, and try to push it to the back of my mind or get rid of it. I never felt good doing it this way.
As spirituality became a big part of my life, I soon realized that it wasn’t about avoiding fear, but instead about welcoming the feelings and learning how to transcend them. (Hello personal power!)