What I’m Doing Now
Hi, I’m Angie. We have a great new home and studio in Brownsville, VT. I hate the word “busy”, but it is important to let people know that I choose my new responsibilities, obligations, and even invitations very carefully in effort to best manage my time and energy. I love being with people and running classes, but I am an introvert and too many obligations will drain my energy fast. Here are the reasons why I might say “no” to something:
*Last Edited December 18, 2018, 7:00 AM
Starting Graduate school for a Master of Arts in Education at Goddard College, January 2019
Teaching 5 + weekly yoga class
Organizing and leading a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program
Monthly Studio Events- no more than 2 per month, ideally 1
Maintaining two websites and blogs: The one you are reading now, and my art site.
Running our new yoga studio in Brownsville, VT! Lots of great workshops just for you!
Writing projects: YTT manual, daily writing, monthly newsletters, guest posts, etc…
Art Making: Creating and making in my art studio each week: Finding show exhibition opportunities: Next show is scheduled for April in Brattleboro, VT!
I have returned to the Board of Directors in the non-profit organization “Children of Ma“. In my new role, I am:
Organizing the 2018 tour with Swami Gurusharanananda
Driving my two teen daughters to and from their school in Westminster, and tending to their various activities.
Tending to the needs of my home, husband, and family.
Reading: I usually have about 5 books going at once.
Making time to hike and walk outdoors
Inspired by a post by Tammy Strobel of Rowdy Kittens, I decided to make a list of my current projects. This originated with Derek Silvers who encourages everyone to make a “NOW” page. This list will help me to stay focused, and it will be a reminder of my need to say “no” to things that are not in support of this list in an effort to simplify my life.
I will update this list as events change, and I refine my projects and goals.
Thanks! Share your own NOW page with me below!