When I first started Health Coaching, I got calls from just about everyone asking me if I’d do a presentation or host a cooking demo at their event. When I’d ask what the compensation was, I’d often be met with,
It’s that time of year again when I pull out The Desire Map and reassess the core desired feelings I created six months ago just before my birthday. I’ve been desire mapping for about three years now. Goal setting has always been challenging for me, as it’s always felt like a should be doing and I’m more of a want to be doing. And I also had a hard time owning certain things about myself, like being a person that is highly sensitive, even though it looks like nothing bothers me, and recognizing that I’m not a person who is passionate about any one thing, but goes all in for whatever thing I’ve decided to show up for.
For me, it was actualizing my version of a freedom lifestyle, one where I have the time do what I please, and work is always a want to, versus a have to. I want to be able to work when and wherever I want to, visit a friend in a different city for lunch or just because, attend events and invest in my personal and professional development, give in to my book addiction, eat high quality food, or just post up at the beach for hours, all without having to worry about my bank account.
I'm in Los Angeles until Monday and my, what a contrast between here and San Francisco! I am staying in a hostel whose concept I would very much like to steal and take back to NYC with me. How come no one told me about memory foam?! I overslept because this bed is so damn comfortable and I am still in it writing this.
Yesterday was the first day in about 3 years that I had a traditional Thanksgiving, and the first holiday I spent with strangers (excluding the friends who invited me).
This is my last week in San Francisco, and perfect timing as the temps are dropping and I am not here for the cold.
Several people have asked how it is that I can spend the entire winter in Hawaii since it's so expensive to travel and stay there.