Another week filled with ravenous, unapologetic eats has passed.
Guys, I’ve done some meditating on a few matters. I’ll be frank with you, I’ve been perhaps enjoying the good life a little too much. I’ve been reveling in all the fantastic eats that life has been throwing my way and I haven’t been working out the way I should. I still walk my dogs every day and I potter about in the kitchen constantly so it’s not like I’ve just been slumming it on the couch (not that slumming it is a bad thing – it’s what I aim to do and never get to it!).
Anyways, my point being is I’ve been feeling a bit blah. It’s probably because I’ve been eating less veggies than normal and a whole lot more things like rice, bread, and nut butters. Not that any of these things are bad – not at all! My body is just craving some balance.
Too often, I am angry, bitter, regretful, and full of spite and pettiness. I am ungrateful and unkind. However, in the small moments that I am afforded an easy and slow breath and silence is unusually abundant – I remember that the life I live is an utter gift. Beyond all the bills I have to pay, my hectic schedule, my job that feels less like a life path than I would like and the slow come-up that my blog is creeping on – I have so much to be thankful for. I look at the faces I’m surrounded with and find myself wealthy in love. There is such compassion and connection in my world. Other people can’t say they’re nearly as lucky. Continue reading →
Did I tell you that I live in the South? North Carolina to be exact.
I moved here about 10 years ago, when I was an angsty teenager. I hated it immediately. My parents had made the decision to move and, in my mind, they had wrongfully separated me from my friends and everything else I held dear and familiar. Continue reading →