Hello! I’m back from my summer hiatus and excited to be in touch with you again.
I’ve spent the first couple of weeks of school getting back to schedules and routines and taking care of myself physically, emotionally and spiritually. This has felt GREAT – as I had repeated my pattern of getting off track in the summer. 🤷♀️
Fall is a time that feels like a new beginning to me. Honestly, I have more “start anew” energy at this time of year than I do in January, when I tend to still feel the hibernation energy of winter.
This is the perfect time to check in with your intentions and to start new rituals and routines, remembering what you want to accomplish for yourself before the end of the year. What still needs your energy and attention?
I personally have exciting news. This past February, I began a six-month certification course in Conscious Parenting Coaching. This was an intensive training taught by my favorite parenting teacher and author, Dr. Shefali Tsabary. I’m happy to say, I’ve been fully certified and I’m ready for action! If you know anyone who could use some support in parenting, send them my way.
I’m still processing and integrating all the fantastic information I learned, thinking about how I want to share it with you. In the upcoming weeks, I’ll be sharing with you what conscious parenting is and how it can help you create the relationships you desire with your kids as well as all the other people in your life.
For now, I’ll just remind you that I’m grateful and honored you’re still part of this journey with me. My intention as always is to share what I know about the most important aspect of our lives – the relationships we have with ourselves and with others. I’m learning and growing right along with you.
I’ll leave you with what I’m learning this month: Transitions can be difficult – for ourselves and our kids. Sometimes we need to allow extra space in our schedules, in our energy and in our awareness to give our loved ones the support they need. We don’t have to solve their problems. It’s enough to simply be present and hold space for them to feel and process their emotions. That’s it.
Love and light,