Before I had Bodie I practiced yoga almost daily. Some practices were hard and vigorous, while others were slow and restorative. Some practices long, and others short... but regardless, I made the time to get on my mat even when working long hours. I even practiced throughout my pregnancy all the way up until the day the little guy was born (btw that story is coming soon!). But let me tell you, my practice has really gone to crap since that day!
Last week I spent a solid amount of time planning out content for the blog. I was feeling really good about everything, using new organizational tactics, and ready to rock and roll. Today's post was supposed to be a 10 minute destress and loosen up flow (I'm expanding the yoga content here), but then life happened.
I hope you're all having a good week. We have been trying to get lots of odds and ends done before we head to Disney world this weekend. I can't wait to take Bodie to the Magic Kingdom. I've been a million times, and even once when he was a baby, but this new toddler phase seems like it will be the best time ever. Have you ever done Disney with a toddler before? Any musts?
I recently had the chance to do a shoot at Raw & Juicy in Seaside, Florida...
Feeling inspired is so nice, isn't it? I have these days where I get so much work done. The problem is, unless I have a set deadline for someone, most of the time the projects I start are never finished which leaves me swimming in a sea full of stagnation and stress. Lately I've been thinking a lot about this as I have a project that I want to publish, and make available for all of you. I just can't seem to get it done...
Yesterday evening, I was headed out to do a shoot. I dropped Bodie off with his dad, and drove off to a super secret location. I actually found parking. I set up the tripod, switched the lens on my camera, and turned it on. The memory card icon flashed. Crap. I left the card in my computer. The sunlight was a beautiful golden color, and I couldn't take one shot!
So I packed up and left. I wish I could tell you I simply brushed it off
Today is my birthday, and to be honest, I've never really liked my birthday. I remember being 10 years old, and crying because I didn't want to grow up. Every year I blow off my birthday like it's no big deal, but truthfully, I could spend the whole day in hiding and mourning.
I'm almost ashamed to blog about this topic