Each Friday we share some tidbits from our week. We want to break down these internet barriers and invite you into our lives and we’re hoping you’ll do the same. You are welcome to share a bit of your week or day in the comments, or if they’re better represented by a photo, tag us on instagram @liveseasoned
Katie here :
I feel like it’s been a while since I’ve checkin in on a Friday (thanks for keeping this ship afloat, Sarah!). This is our second full week at home and it felt so nice. We’ve found our rhythm with plenty of park visits, friend time, and family time (popsicle time!). I feel so lucky that I made it to two yoga classes this week! And when everyone is tucked in and the house is quiet, my thoughts turn to all of the great things that I’m hoping to do this fall, which includes planning Christmas gifts! Did I speak too soon? Don’t worry, I haven’t done anything other than think.
Sarah here :
Last week, I gave you a peek into my days at the 200 hour yoga teacher training in Pokhara, Nepal. I’ve just completed day ten and holy heck am I exhausted! I actually skipped yoga philosophy and yoga nidra today (my first time playing hooky!) so that I could take a much needed four-hour nap. I woke up feeling refreshed and excited about the rest of the day so let’s hope that little bit of energy carries me through the rest of the week. Tonight I’m trying to be in bed by 9pm instead of my usually 11pm. Besides lack of sleep, everything else is going well. I’m a bit better at chanting sanskrit mantras and holding handstands (against the wall) than I was last week. The daily meditation practices keep getting better and better and I can’t wait until I have some time back in the states to share in detail all of the beautiful things we’ve been working on here.
I also met some really great girls that I’ll be hiking the Annapurna Circuit with once our teacher training wraps up in October. I can’t wait to hike around majestic peaks with my giggling yoga ladies. I have a feeling this winter back in the U.S. will feel a little dull after all these adventures are over. What do you have planned for the weekend? Some hiking or cooking, or flying somewhere? Remember that it’s Clean Up The World Weekend!