Thursday, October 28, 2010

New line of yoga inspired jewelery coming soon!

One of my earliest interests was in jewelery. I wore my mother's rhinestone earrings to kindergarten. The teacher thought they were a bit much to wear with my cable knit sweater. My husband is an amazingly talented sculptor and is one of the best miniature sculptors in the world. He used to own a small jewelery store with his brother, and then closed it to work designing international consumer products. He has reignited his interest in making jewelery and we have developed a line of charms, bracelets and pendants that support a balanced way of life. The classical designs are of the highest quality and are all made in the USA in small batch castings in the lost wax method. Keep your eyes peeled for the release.

Monday, October 25, 2010

flu and the fall

Oh yea I got it good last Thursday. I was at work, writing ISO 9001:2008 procedural documents when a wave of nausea came over me. It did not help that the office manager smoked and the nausea was triggered by a whiff of the second hand stench that drifts off a smokers breath. Within minutes a headache and then vomiting set in. Six classes canceled, three that I had to teach and three that I planned on taking. Still nauseated and not trusting my senses at this point. Food is aversive at best and I am so craving a good class, but I know that I don't have the energy for it yet.

I love the fall, the colors changing, wearing real clothes, not feeling sticky, apples and cider (donuts too). Then the sick bugs come around. Time to buff up the immunity and eat more garlic!!

Stay well and live in love!!!!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Homemade Granola Bars

I baked up a batch last night with the intention of eating one. They are dangerously delicious and healthy too, so I nibbled into today instead of doing a three day cleanse. I will wait until they are gone. he he he

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Crash of reality

Life seems so brutally loud and harsh once out of a meditative space. It is almost unbearable at times. Tuning inward has it's benefits and challenges as well. Following a three day meditation weekend, it was like entering a carnival as I stepped into the house.

Just breathe!