If I accomplish nothing else this summer, I’m already calling it a success for making it through a 3 hour plane ride with a 3 month old without mess or fuss. Hallelujah! But honestly, June was a big month of milestones, and as much as I was nervous about everything that happened, I am so proud to have accomplished them. And so thankful that they happened. I am stronger, better, and more wise because of them.
July is going to be about settling in, taking adventures, and yet also, sitting back, letting my brain wander and dream, and truly relaxing and being present. My baby is already growing up so fast, and as much as there are some phases that I wish would be over already, I want to truly enjoy each and every moment before it disappears.
June in Review:
1. Enjoy the Summer.
This summer has been all about transition, and I’m thankful for a background in working from all sorts of places, which has made it much easier to keep my business thriving while navigating this season. So far, this has been a challenging yet rewarding month. More of the same is coming up in July, so I’ve got even more time to keep enjoying this season as much as possible.
2. Take one morning a week out of the house for self-care time.
This worked great when we were home, but traveling makes things harder. Especially when the point of this goal was some baby-free time. The beach does wonders for the soul, even with a tiny human attached to you, though. When in doubt, go smell the ocean air and dig your toes into the sand.
3. Stick to office hours with Celebration Nutrition work.
4. Complete couch to 10k training 3 times/week + yoga every day.
Running took a break since stress/hormones was impacting my milk supply. But yoga is my daily afternoon nap reprieve to get me through our current whining/clingy phase.
- Single task everything. Focus on each thing as it comes.
- Outline two new work projects.
- Get out and explore.
Wishing you a beautiful month of simple joys and lasting memories. Happy Summertime!
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