Work the present

June 1, 2009 at 12:58 am 1 comment

Hi everyone, miss me? I missed you!

Seriously, though, I am SO back in action.  I spent a fabulous 3 days at the New Age Health Spa and it was pure heaven.  Classes, instructors, food, the other guests (only 15 of us total!) spa treatments…all was magnificent.  I was finally able to catch my breath after what now seems like a very long time. I was able to breathe, meditate, journal, and most importantly, listen to what my body wanted. I had no idea that I had gotten that out of touch with myself. Well, yeah, actually, I did know that. And I was pretty unhappy. Right before coming to the spa, I felt like I was swimming upstream in my life. I was struggling with accepting all the  changes, like starting school and not having time to excercise like I used to.  After taking a step away from my life this weekend, I remembered that I control how I react to these changes. And the only thing I have to think about is right now. Not worry about my life 6 years from now (Although, I did have my tarot cards read this weekend and it seems I have a very promising future!)

So, folks, I’m back to feeling more like myself. As as my extremely wise mother told me this weekend:  Work the present. Mom is ALWAYS right.

PS. Take a look at this 50 foot Alpine Tower I climbed up!

I totally rocked it

I totally rocked it

It was one of the most incredible, satisfying, adrenaline producing experiences I’ve had in ages. And I was the first out of the group to go up! I guess the year of bootcamp was worth it…I have the battle wounds to prove it! (Seriously, I have black and blue marks, splinters, and scrapes all over my body)


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New Age & breathing Those pesky 20 minutes

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  • 1. Abbs  |  June 2, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    I’m so glad! You deserved that weekend!


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