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I was out of the studio all last week for work (the day job), and I was soooo excited to get home and back to the studio. I missed y'all!

I told this story already to my Kundalini students on Saturday, but I was flying home to Atlanta and the last hour or so, I was praying / meditating / and dozing. 

As excited as I was to come home, I was also a little anxious. 

My co-worker just had her baby and I was starting double time at work, while I start to fill in for her for the next 4 months.

The yoga studio is going great, but we have a few things going on that is requiring a lot more time than pretty much any other time (other than when we first opened). 

I was wondering how I was going to do it all and still maintain my sanity.

I finally asked (in prayer), "Is there anything I should know as I head back into real life?"

I thought about my home life? Nothing came to mind.

I thought about my marriage? Nothing came to mind.

I thought about the studio? Nothing came to mind.

"Oh ok," I thought. "That's fine."

I then starting bringing myself back as we were getting ready to descend, and I needed to put my stuff away.

I opened my eyes and they landed on the cover of the book that they guy next to me was reading.

It was titled "Trust".

I laughed inwardly a bit and was like, "Ok Ok, I get it."


I know things are going to be busy, and I don't know how things will work out, but I know it will.


I know things won't always be this crazy. I just need to do what I need to do right now in this moment.


That is what I am leaning into this week. 💕

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