Here's reason #994 that I love yoga:
Yoga has taught me perseverance. As you know, 30 Days of Yoga is first and foremost a part of my own practice off the mat. Can I commit to something for an extended period of time? Can I be there wholeheartedly, or will it start to feel like work? I am continually working on expanding my attitude of gratitude, which is considered by some to be the highest form of yoga.
Part of my practice for the 30 Days is committing to writing these blog posts. I am currently four posts behind. No one holds me accountable for these posts but myself. They aren't something I am paid for, or have someone waiting to edit. I have decided to keep a post a day as part of my yoga journey with this 30 Days of Summer commitment I have made. A written reminder of the things I struggle with, the things I can do better next year, the memories I want ingrained in my heart forever. I have fallen behind, and am working on getting caught up.
I could choose to rush through, or feel overwhelmed by being so behind.
Instead, I look forward to the feeling I will get when I am done :) Already got one down, three to go.....Gratitude expanded.
Stay tuned xoxo
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