Soon, I am going to quit teaching Yoga. Given the name if my blog, it may seem a bit insane and it does feel super weird.
After all, teaching Yoga:
- Makes me happy.
- Is legal.
- A part of the very core of me.
Albert Einstein is much smarter than me and he said insanity is:
doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
I need change. As I stare at the exit sign of my 40’s I know there is so much to do – new paths to take and time won’t wait.
If you are like me and want to squeeze tons of life out of every single moment, go on travel adventures, make a difference every single day, you may need to free up some space in your mind and calendar for new gigs. You cannot take on new endeavors make any more $$ and set your sails with the wind at your back if you are too busy moving food around your plate. Even if you love everything you do, too much is just that too-the-hell-much. Nothing changes and you end up insane. I want to be insanely happy and the process isn’t for the faint of heart.
So I say good-bye for now to something I love (you should think about it too) Here’s why:
- To get better at it and to practice more. I rarely make time to practice yoga. A good teacher has a consistent self practice. What I currently get is a few random poses around the house.
And the occasional Bikram Yoga treat.
2. To focus on new challenges. A new relatively new triathlete, I am racing my first (2) Ironman distance races this year and Lord, the training is kicking my butt.
I want to be a student too. I am considering additional certifications in the yoga, health and wellness arena. Maybe I’ll just go away to college with him. No, please don’t go.
My first is leaving the nest and I am insane over it.
3. To give good attention to current endeavors that give back, can be financially rewarding (I have 2 more to send to college) and also bring me much joy.
Working with my sister at the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation and SpeakUp5k.
Grow my direct sales Rodan + Fields (premium skincare brand) business. I love working with wonderful talented people who are helping others love the skin they’re. This will end up being what supports my dream journey…
To really living.
Yoga Teaching, we’ll get back together when that thing called Time, says it’s okay.
For now it’s okay to say good-bye. I will always love you.
Dang, it’s hard to say good-bye.