I am on day 33 of an Emotional Release practice—think healthy adult temper tantrum with breath, sound, and movement. Because emotions are abundant these days—wouldn’t you agree!? Fear, anger, sadness, frustration, piss-osity (I made up this last—but it’s how I feel sometimes—you!?!)
A year ago, Susanne was solo-entrepreneuring and running her full-time outdoor fitness business. She had a jam-packed schedule of classes, earned an income that sustained her, and was a sought-out leader in her community—known for her unique style of nature-based classes.
We live in a world where busyness is glorified. Whether busyness to show off productivity, a time-filler, a fear of missing out, a necessity to make ends meet, a way of over-giving, an addiction, or even as a distraction (because who really wants to deal and feel all that’s going on in the world right now …)
Recently, I had not one or two but—three “difficult conversations.” I put that in quotes because while they were challenging issues to navigate and I was called to speak up and share my edgy truth with dear friends—who quite honestly, I was afraid to hurt or worse, lose—the conversations turned out to be beautiful, connective, and loving.