The lack of long winded, and often opinionated, posts is probably noticeable at this point. That's because I am kind of just having fun living. It's also probably because I have been directing this energy into other pieces of writing that may or may not appear on platforms that are not this blog.
I am also on a little yoga hiatus because I think I just kind of burned out on it. I know I'll pick it up with passion again. But for right now, I am spending most of my time writing. Whether that's in my own journal, pitching ideas to online publications, or completing homework from a free course through UC Berkley that I signed up for on a whim (and am LOVING).
Not many photos were taken, but here is what I have! (DSLR pics are being used for my next eBook...so those are all mine for now :)
This week I recovered from Chris's birthday, ate mostly fruits and veggies (thank god), I wrote almost all day every day, I meditated, I had a funk where I felt like everyone was mad at me...yep, I can do that thousands of miles away on an island. I realized I want to make sure I am a present and supportive friend when I get back to Denver. I signed up for a free writing course, I started what could be a new book? Who knows. I read about writing when I wasn't actually writing. I researched high fat diets and made tons of notes on the science behind it all in my journal (antioxidants, free radicals, that sort of thing). I taught every morning, ate one of the best tasting meals I have ever had: 3 fresh speared fish, yucca fries, and homemade pico. Seriously life changing - Chris has some real talent. I had multiple moments where the world stopped when he came over and hugged me for no reason. I signed up as an AdvoCare distributor (very excited about this!) I re visted my Master To Do List now that other passions are being revealed. I went to bed at 7:30 more than once. We hung out on the East side of the island and had one of our "talk fights." We disagree but we never get upset. We never yell. We just talk about it for as long as it takes and then bounce back - it's one of my favorite things about our relationship. I took my classes, I taught my classes, I read, I wrote some more, we looked at places to live when we move back to Denver.
We enjoyed our time, while simultaneously readying ourselves for coming home...even though it's only December. Don't judge us.