Hibernation by mary elizabeth
So – due to holiday driven financial constraints plus a broken juicer part, I have been in a wintertime retreat from fitness and fasting. There’s something about these cold dark days that makes curling up in bed with a full belly very attractive. It’s been kind of nice, actually. I mean, who doesn’t want to stay in bed until 7:00 rather than rolling out of it at 4:30? Who wants a dumb old green juice when there’s such a thing as homemade macaroni? Usually I do, actually, but I’ve been spending the last couple weeks sleeping in and eating heartier fare than usual and it’s really kind of growing on me. Tomorrow is the first pay day of 2013, though, and the juicer part will be ordered and the fitness club membership will be purchased and the hibernation will be over. I know for a fact I’ll feel better once I start working out and juicing again, but there’s definitely a part of me that couldn’t care less. I am proud to say that amidst all this hedonism, I have kept pretty fit emotionally and spiritually, so climbing back on the physical fitness horse will be easier. There’s nothing quite like balance and clarity. The more clouded with fear or self-pity I allow my mind to get, the more difficult any sort of attempt at health becomes. That being said, I’m positive that when my alarm goes off at 4:30 Friday morning I will be cursing at it with all my body, mind and spirit.
Living Light has been hibernating in a way, too. School’s been out since mid-December and it’s been super quiet around here. This Saturday will be the first training of 2013 beginning with the Fundamentals of Raw Living Foods. We’ll be checking in our first group of students since last October on Friday evening. Hooray! It’s really been too quiet around here. I’m ready to get this year started – personally and professionally. I want to get all my healthy routines going. I want to jump in with both feet so as to be ready for all this year holds for me. I just know this year’s going to super fantastic – so long as I’m awake for it.
Entry filed under: FUNdamentals of Raw Living Foods, Living Light Culinary Institute, Living Light Instructors, Living Light students, Love, raw food blog, raw holidays, Success, Thankful. Tags: appreciation, cherie soria, gourmet raw foods, gratitude, Home, Living Light, Living Light events, Living Light students, love, raw food, raw food chef, raw food lifestyle, raw food recipes, raw foods, students, work.