Ingrid S. Greene
Communications Professional for the Wellness Industry

Ingrid@yogatohavefun.com

Last month, I received a pair of gel insoles in the mail and it made me very happy.  I’m not one to sit around the house and thus I also need a good pair of walking shoes.  This is not to say that I don’t spend lots of quiet time alone, but very often I am out walking my dog, hoping around town to teach yoga, and doing errands as a new wife.

Every couple of months, I try and look at my schedule to see if I’m getting a good balance of all important items.  Am I eating right? Am I getting enough exercise? Am I spending enough time with my loved ones? I feel this self-evaluation is important because it makes me aware of something I am missing and/or something that I am overdoing.  Everything in moderation, they say.

Last December, I could see that I was working long hours on a consulting project, spending lots of time taking care of pre-Christmas tasks, and not getting enough time for my personal yoga practice.  In January, I took out a one-month membership at one of my favorite studios and I went every day.  I loved it.  I discovered new teachers and I felt stretched, fit, and more like myself.

At the end of the month, I decided that this part of my life was satiated and I didn’t have to go everyday.  I still loved to teach, as well as practice, but I was happy to prioritize my personal practice less and let something else fill it’s place.  Since then, I’ve been walking my dog more, going on vacation with my husband, and blogging more.

Everything in moderation feels right.  Phases come and go.  I recommend, keep your shoes on, but change the route that you take.

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