HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I've decided it's not too late to send those wishes out to my readers - it is still January after all. You may have noticed that I'm switching things up with my newsletter. I've decided to format it as a blog here on my website. I hope you'll explore my site if you haven't been here before. I'm working to make it more interactive and offering more up-to-date information. It's a work in-progress.
Aren't we all?
What's your WORD?
The newest replacement of the New Year Resolution is "Your Word for 2019". I have a hard time with resolutions - but I'm having an even harder time anticipating my entire next year with ONE WORD. So I'm choosing lots of words that inspire me so I will continue to GROW, LEARN, TEACH, TRUST, BREATHE. I've got too much going on for just one word.
CHANGES ARE COMING!
Yep - our house has SOLD! We've made it through inspections and appraisals for both the sale of this home and the purchase of our next home in Carlton! We are looking forward to settling in to a new community, meeting new neighbors and adjusting to the changes that are sure to come our way. With the move, I will be looking at my schedule, my locations, and making changes that make the most sense for my businesses.
So it'll be important for you to stay in touch. I'll be posting changes on my Facebook and Instagram pages (links below) and sending out emails with updated information. It'll all be posted here on my website as well. Are you getting my emails? If you are on my newsletter list, but haven't ever received an email from me, please check your junk mail, or allow firstname.lastname@example.org in your settings. If you'd like to be added to my email list, you can simply send me a message or use the contact/register page (link above).
I'm excited about these changes, even though I don't know exactly what they will look like. Remember my words: TRUST, BREATHE, GROW.
TUNING UP AND TUNING IN
Here is a great blog from MELT creator Sue Hitzmann, sharing some of the amazing science that she witnessed at the recent International Fascial Research Congress. Sue relates how important it is for us to slow down and listen to what our body is telling us by using our Body Sense. Remember, Body Sense is our internal awareness that we all have, and it's an integral key to the lasting changes MELT can make in your body. I encourage you to take at least 10 minutes every day to MELT. If you're not sure how to create a habit, try setting an alarm on your phone every day for MELT. You can even name it MELT or ME-TIME or SELF-CARE! If you can't find 10 minutes in your daily routine, you really need MELT.