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After spending 8 years living on the (very wintery) East Coast, I'm totally indulging in a California Holiday Season with sunshine, decorated palm trees, and acai bowls in place of grey skies, snow, and fruitcake.
Tis the season to be...
When I finally checked all my social media pages after Thanksgiving, I was inundated with (lovely) messages of gratitude. My friends and colleagues were thankful for:
Normally I would be jumping on the gratitude train adding my two cents worth because (blessedly) I have so much for which to send my thanks out to the universe.
Yet as I read these messages, I began to feel (uncharacteristically) grouchy. I felt like I HAD to write a message saying what I was thankful for on this holiday, or ELSE. But I just didn't feel like it. As a matter of fact, in the spirit of full disclosure, there are MOMENTS when I just don't feel happy or grateful at all!
Fortunately, those moments are generally few and far between. So why on earth was my usual perky self feeling so unnaturally unappreciative on the very day we were to celebrate our blessings???
Samantha Eve, a