How are you dear human? Sending a hug across the internet right now and a way to go- it's February 2021 and we made it this far!
I'm excited to share a few calendar events, some podcasts I did with friends, and my friend Nancy Torres' new book info below. Some happy things to hopefully perk up your February.
Need something to listen to? Check out two podcasts I had fun doing with friends:)
Coffee with Caregivers Podcast (Jess Ronne's book Sunlight Burning at Midnight is a deep journey read) was a fun chat with caregiver Jess.
and my friend...
I've been sharing private yoga sessions thru ZOOM (which makes me miss human in person yoga time but something is better than nothing so I'll take it). I thought I'd share some of my favorite yoga things, especially for restorative yoga.
Now, it shouldn't ever be about spending money on something that can be done anywhere, freely, with whatever one has. So, these are some fun tools and things that bring me joy and some are super affordable, some are things I budgeted and saved for over time, to invest for long-term use. (I receive no kickbacks for sharing them, these are just me sharing some cool things).
I love several mats, these are a few of my favorites:
If you need a non-rubber mat, I also love my Manduka Pro-Yoga Mat
You can get lovely bolsters from so many places. Hugger Mugger makes some lovely ones and mine have held...
Hi beautiful folks! I’m grateful to be here.
For my newbies, I’m Sarah, homeschool mom of 3, one of who has Down syndrome and autism, I’m an integrative learning coach and yoga therapist student. I like writing, helping folks face learning and teaching obstacles, and doing related workshops and teaching. I’m here clear obstacles that pop up. I'm not perfect. My homeschool and kids aren't perfect. We're folks journeying along, each day, seeking joy and purpose.
I’m wishing us all the best.
I’m a history geek, love Sashiko embroidery, and I hide in the library/coffee shop when it’s not a pandemic. I live in Fredericksburg, Virginia USA but work remotely now so time and space aren't big boundaries (time zones are LOL:).
Picture: My family together in the woods about 4 months pre-pandemic. These days, the picture would reflect a little more messy and comfy pants for sure!
I'm excited to invite you to The Learning Collective - a free, online community for educators and caregivers.
Connect with 100+ members and get:
I'm working on some new writing projects and courses I'm super excited about (can't wait to start building Josie's future with the proceeds in the long-term) and wanted a new platform to start it all out on. Come along, take your time, and I'll be happy to have you there. Your nice and supportive friends and family are welcome :)