It’s been a hit-the-ground-running kind of three weeks where work and fun have overlapped and mingled in a way I am not accustomed to, and where any form of a routine has been tossed out the window.
I love it. Like, a lot.
It’s been a packed three weeks, where I curled for the first time (I was awful at it and I had the time of my life), went to a community dinner where grace was said publicly before we ate (my mom and grandma are going to love this), watched a hypnotist show, drove to Peace River, fell in love with Peace River (I fall in love with places everywhere I go), ate homemade poutine, networked, met awesome people, went on a hockey/photography date (hello) and explored my options (it turns out I have a lot of them).
It has been an on-all-the-time three weeks and now I feel the need to simmer down and just be quiet and rejuvenate. I have loved every second of my time here, but I have been forgetting the things that keep me grounded. Like stretching, and meditating, and yoga, and journaling, and quiet time.
So this is a note to myself to slow down just a tad, and remember to take time to do the things that keep my head on straight.