Last year was amazing! I got married, got my degree, and completed many projects. This coming year I am looking toward making more goals and crushing it! I do like to make list at the beginning of the year to set my intention. So what is next? Here is the intention list for 2019 Blog more Tidy Up the House – This will take a while Create a powerful living space Skill Share Create a functional Remiology Office Space
I am a happy person, and most people would think the Holiday Season is my bag. It’s not. I have many reasons for not liking the holidays, but in case you are like me, here are some things I use to survive them. 10. Acknowledge – Be upfront about how you feel about the holidays with your friends. Admit you have a problem. 9. Honesty – Don’t lie. Lying just makes it worse. There is a line between honest and making people miserable. So be respectful to those who love this time of year. 8. New Tradition- Create your new
Snow is falling, and this reminds me of a time an old video that I collaborated with my chum Emily a few years back. Enjoy the snow & dance. For more videos check out the Youtube channel link below or the Video Section in the Top Menu https://www.youtube.com/TheRemiology
To answer this question directly: Now! The long answer to this question is below. Often, as a yoga instructor, people tell me “l can’t do yoga” and followed with: • I’m not flexible • I have an injury • It’s just breathing, right? • Ummm, yeah. No! Some of these might be valid reasons, and one of the principles of yoga is listening to your body. If you see an instructor fold themselves in half, then in quarters, and slide themselves into a wallet the size of credit card and you can’t reach your toes, don’t force yourself. Listen to
I am getting married in April 2018. It is safe to say that our wedding will not be entirely traditional. I want to make my suit fitting to our event and below is a short video of sketching out layers and dimensions to the design before starting the project.
A beginners guide to Gay Etiquette: Engagement It is a classic story; boy meets boy. Boy kisses the boy. Boy proposes to the boy, and they live happily ever after. Simple. Engagement is an exciting and busy time, filled with decisions, planning, and dreams. Recently becoming engaged, when I share the happy news with co-workers or friends, I get a side-tilted glance followed by a question. “How does that work?” This face is familiar to me as I have seen this same look when people ask what kind of dog Hazel is, and I respond in the following: Me: “She is
Personally, I think there are times in life where the concept of balance falls under the “well, wouldn’t that be nice” heading. The reality is that there are times when you have balance, and times when you do not. Striving for perfection becomes a lifestyle, rather than a project, and there will be days when you achieve that balance more than others. For those times when you feel like you are juggling chainsaws with a Pomsky jumping onto your crotch (the Pomsky jumping happens a lot in my house, paws like stilettos!), here are a few tips to try: Breathe