For the last week I’ve been trying to make the most out of each day. I tried to do at least one thing every day that was either productive, fun or relaxing. The first few days went really well! I cleaned my floors, tidied up the back yard, got a tonne of laundry done, played
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Well, after a week at the cottage, it’s back to home life and reality again. I remember last year clearly – I had just experienced both the worst and best weekend of my life. It was early September, 5 months after I committed to recovery. I was gaining weight and having a very hard time
If there is no discomfort, there can be no freedom. I was thinking about that while walking my dog the other day. I was thinking about yoga at the time, how giving in to the discomfort and not letting myself get out of challenging poses in order to explore the true depth of the pose.
Things have been really strange lately. A good friend took me to my therapist appointment, it’s an hour away so we had some quality chat time. She was light on the topics, but realized when I needed to talk about it. I have a lot to think about in terms of the strength I have