Day 363: After two and a half years at lululemon, I am sad to say that last Sunday I put in my two weeks notice to leave the company. The part-time job took me from an HR world filled with Fenway Franks and a lonely heart to a world filled with deep breathing, living with intention and more black luon than any one person should ever own. The job has filled my life with more love, friends and happiness than I could have ever imagined. It was one of the hardest decisions that I have had to make, however I felt like all the signs in the world have been pointing at me to go coach full-time. Although it’s incredibly hard for me to do, I knew it was time.
Now I am filling my mind with how to get through the transition by filling my home office with as much happiness as I have gained in the last 2.5 years. Hopefully I can send that on to my future clients.
With that being said, I went to my last staff meeting on Thursday morning and started with a 45 minute yoga flow led by my amazing co-worker, Jessica Lapham. She led us through lots of community breathing and inspirational messages that made me teary-eyed for the newest transition in my life.
After work was done that day I came home and went on a quick 20 minute run to make me feel more at home in my home.
Day 361: On Friday I went for a 30 minute run in the snowy morning and was wondering the entire time what happened to Fall? We seemed to have skipped that season in Denver this year!
Day 362: Yesterday morning was another one of those, “how the heck am I going to fit in a workout?” type of days. It really rattles me to the core when I feel stressed about how I will find the time, however, it always works out. I took Mike to work at 6 a.m. and then went straight to Pura Vida gym for 45 minutes of cardio, followed by 15 minutes of weights and 10 minutes of abs. Phew, got it in.
Day 363: This afternoon my friend Katie and I went to my favorite Core Power Yoga on Broadway for a C2 class. She introduced me to yoga five years ago by taking me to Pura Vida, where I fell on my face attempting crow pose in my first class. After I let go of my ego, I eventually came back to the practice and it’s now changed my life in a way I never would have thought possible. Namaste Katie, Namaste.