Morning routines

Healing is quite the process.

Certain poses in yoga have released traumatic events in my life that I have not dealt with. This practice + meditation has now become apart of my life.

This past week, I’ve created a workshop for the beginning of my morning routine. As soon as I wake up, I meditate for 20 minutes. Jot down thoughts + plan my day. I do a quick 10-15 minute jog. Eat breakfast. Begin my day.

I’ve gotten so much done — even though I’ve been extremely busy.

I’ve realized that I don’t need any vices. In fact, I’ve come to realize that routine has become a savior. When I head back to NYC, next week I plan to implement a similar morning routine.

It’s nice to feel in control of things — but I also know that when I’m too in control, I begin to look for ways to destruct. I need some sort of artistic expression or possibly something to invest my time into that doesn’t make me yawn.

It seems like everyone has their “thing” — I want to have my “thing” …. :/

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