MAPPING THE HOURS
Flash Sale + A Spacious Saturday
I have given myself Saturdays as my day to do exactly what I want. While I do believe in days off what I really believe in is days where I am burdened to no one. No plans, no meetings, no commitments. I need commitment free days. It took me years to know how many a week I needed, and how much this shifts given the season or the place I am or my personal capacity.
Saturdays and Wednesdays are my current no commitment days. I find I usually go on longer hikes with June on these days, work on my own writing, stretch, watch Love Island, look at books, etc. My relationship to work/earning is always in flux so the idea of having “time off” has never really resonated with me in the way I believe it does for many. I have accepted this as part of who I am and don’t try to fit in a box of “time off / clocked in” and that is a gift and a privilege as well as something I have put a lot of time and effort into understanding about myself.
Tomorrow I am teaching Organizing A Day where I will talk more about this. This 2.5 hour class is less a “class” and more a - use this time to get unstuck - together. I find the live container of the zoom is an amazing portal for moving through avoidance and into spaciousness.
You do not have to attend live - This class is recorded and you will have access forever
I have also put all past class recordings on sale starting at $17 for those of you wanting to stock up on a few things for your fall studies - no discount codes needed
Dance Class, Cultivating Creative Attention, The World Needs Your Online Class, and more Sale runs through Sun 10/9 at 9am PST
Mapping the hours shifted this year when I had a gender affirming surgery to my chest, two months ago yesterday. My healing has been slow and steady and at times I have felt completely defeated. Both at the continued dysphoria of swelling as well as going through the journey of pain medication as a sober person.
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