It’s Friday morning.
I’m sipping my black half-caff collagen coffee and glass of freshly-squeezed lemon water.
The house is dark aside from the dreary light shining through the cracked blinds.
The rain comes and it goes. This is summer in Florida, I suppose.
My sweet puppy is snoozing at my feet.
And I’m finally getting around to writing on the blog this week.
You see, I’ve recently created some loose goals regarding creating new content here and across my social channels.
Last week, I was in a grove. And this week… well, it has been a different pace, slower most certainly.
Most mornings have been slow moving. Just like today.
Workouts and exercise has been regular yet relaxed. Gentle yoga made a comeback!
Sometimes our bodies and our minds need to take the steam off in this pressure-cooker pace of life.
Society tells us we need to be on our game around the clock, never missing a beat.
Yet, when we pause and reflect, and turn off – even momentarily – our inspiration and our drive has a chance to refuel in order to give, produce, teach, guide, nurture…
My hope is that you can appreciate the moments or days or weeks when life moves at a slower pace, when you feel a tad less inspired, or motivated, or even lost.
Those moments, if we let them, teach us something too.
Enjoy the ebb and the flow.