#FridayThoughts: Sometimes you just know.


You’ll be shocked to learn it’s another gray day, the sky a flat dome of clouds. My head’s OK though.

So far.

Tomorrow will mark four months of daily yoga, and this morning while doing the practice on the Yoga with Adriene monthly calendar, I realized that my time with Adriene for yoga, at least for now, is complete.

Right in middle of the practice.

I silently thanked her, offered a namaste and walked off the mat.

I’m going to try something different next month. Perhaps even tomorrow, I will decide when tomorrow comes. This journey has been wonderful as its own exploration but the time has come to change things a little.

It was such a full, clear realization too. No hemming or hawing. No agonizing. Just the knowledge that I’d gotten what I was there for and it was time to try something new.

Sometimes you just know.

So thank you, Adriene, there in your corner of the internet, for offering such a generous gift to all of us, for free, and providing the opportunity to take what we need.

That’s it for me, on this last blogging day of April. I hope you have a great Friday and a wonderful weekend.

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One thought on “#FridayThoughts: Sometimes you just know.

  1. That’s so cool. I had very few moments like this in my life, but one of the events that I remember most clearly was coming home from the club, and just knowing that I wasn’t going to smoke another cigarette again. That was almost twenty years ago. Anyway, thanks for this post!


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