When I began this blog in 2013, my plan was to document my Ayurvedic Journey to good health and since that time I’ve been on a roller coaster of skilled and unskilled health choices. I’ve lost over 20 pounds and gained over 30. I’ve completely eliminated sugar and gone to bed at night on a sugar overdose. I’ve practiced intense daily meditation and forgotten how to meditate. As in the rest of my life, my journey with this blog has been a rocky ride with lots of bumps, potholes, U-turns, and roundabouts. But now I’m retired and living inspired.
I love to write and I love to share my story with others – in the same way I love to hear other’s stories. I consider myself a facilitator – one who helps to make things easy for others – and that’s what this blog is about. I will share what I’m thinking, feeling, and doing as I live my daily inspirement and go deeper into my spiritual awareness. At the core of my writing, it’s about living a healthy lifestyle – living my life – and what that means to me from a Spiritual, Mental, Emotional, and Physical perspective.
I’ll write about life in Asheville; my Sound Massage/Reiki practice at Spa de la Paz and how my business, volunteer work, and life are just my life – no segmentation of who I am with different people or different situations like work life and daily life. I’ll share what I’ve learned (and continue to learn) to get me through the rough spots and what I learn as I go through rough spots. And how meditation and mindfulness support my life on and off the cushion.
Through Journeys of a Spiritual Gadabout, I’ll surrender to vulnerability. Maybe you’ll relate and feel vulnerable too. I hope you will join me on this journey and through comments, share your opinions, guidance, and lessons learned for me and other travelers. And then, who knows what kind of gadding about we can do together!