Happy New Year

Happy 2018 Everyone!

I am excited for another year of excitement here in San Francisco with my wonderful husband & precious fur baby! It has been nearly 21 months since I completely abandoned the blog & simply focused on teaching…but I’m back! I plan to keep things as simple as possible – just focus on my life & practice. With that in mind, here are a few goals for 2018.

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New Year’s Resolutions

  • 35 minutes of daily fitness
  • daily meditation
  • explore the bay area
  • find better balance
  • stay in better touch with friends & family

 

My goal is to blog 1-3 times a week…depending on what I am working through in practice or life, you’ll find it here. What are some of your resolutions? Any exciting goals?

 

As always, keep smiling! 🙂

 

 

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Holiday Season Spinning

From mine to yours, I hope everyone had the merriest Christmas, happiest Hanukkah & are looking forward to the most fun New Year ever!

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photo 1We’re having a whirlwind of a holiday season but are thrilled to be spending time with family and friends, as well as managing some time for just the two of us. While New Year’s Eve is right around the corner, this brief return to reality is a necessary evil. We capped off long weekend #1 with an amazing Chilean wine course at The Wine School. photo 3We always have so much fun when we go & end up learning a fair amount as well…I can’t wait to get a little more wine education when Sonoma & Napa Valley are just a car ride away! We learned all about the history of their various regions, wine production, why their wine is such an incredible value and the many grape varietals. What I found most interesting was the fact Chile produces some of the oldest Carmenere in the world. Turns out, there was an infestation in France that wiped out all the old wines so the shearings transplanted to Chile are older than any of the wines growing Carmenere in France…cool, huh?

Anyway, this short week I am doing my best to stay on top of school – I have about 30 minutes of sanskrit lecture to finish, flash card review, a few hours of yoga philosophy to conquer, & my very first recording. I am both excited and nervous to video myself teaching an easy, 60min. vinyasa flow. I can only imagine how uncomfortable its going to be for me to watch it back but as my teacher says, its one of the most invaluable things you can do as a teacher if you’re looking to improve.

‘Til next time, keep smiling! 🙂