To do it all or to not- That is the question

img_4676Lately I’ve been asking myself the question: can I handle doing it all? I started official “Cultural Diplomacy” coursework this week, and along with taking Barre classes, teaching yoga and keeping up with online coursework – it’s a lot more than I thought. I’ve found myself running on not enough sleep. I’m always on the go and honestly for months: I have done nothing but crave this. I love that busy-bee sensation where you have a thousand things going on at once. It was only earlier in the week as I sat for an interview position in a kitchen and I was asked my free time that I realised how much I have going on.

img_4629When asked for my schedule, I saw that I don’t really have time for a part-time job, despite my wishes to the contrary. That was a shame. Starting to think about it, however, I was more than happy to be *busy* doing all of these things I love. Honestly? I’m actually quite lucky to be so involved in my own life, and to be passionate about the majority of the hours of my day. Even if I have some complaints about how early I have to awaken to get my daily yoga & meditation in: I’m still so happy. I wake up everyday in the best of moods and go to sleep with a smile on my face.

I know it’s early in the school process, and I realise that there will be more ups & downs to go – but right now: I’m on the best of ups. It’s something to celebrate and as I sit here writing with hot chocolate in hand, trying to fit in another spin and boxing yoga class for next week: I can’t help but feel happier than I have in months.

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