The whole thing about working for yourself is every day is different. And then, from time to time, you get into a groove. Not a rut, a groove. In my life, this can mean a long term writing assignment, or leading a yoga teacher training. My months begin to have a cadence.
Any life has a lot of change, but entrepreneurs have to get especially good at it. My teacher training just ended on Sunday and it was bittersweet, although I am waiting to find the sweet. It was a lot of work. It was a lot of travel. But I loved every second of it and I am sad that it is over.
It’s so haaardd to sayyy goooobbyyye to yesterdayyy ieeeee…..
Side note: That is an amazing soundcheck photo, if you ask me.
I know I will have other trainings and other writing assignments and this life I have chosen will continue to interest me in ways I never anticipated. Yet I will miss this one for awhile. I know that missing is a good sign. This work got under my skin and into my heart. Maybe I will get better at it and I will get less attached. Or maybe I will keep falling in love with my work, becoming more personal than business, because that’s just me.
Excuse me while I play Boyz II Men on repeat.