I had no intention to post today, but since my yoga class earlier I can’t stop thinking about what I would write, so decided to do a quick one.
Before class the instructor and I were talking about how this was my weekend of cleansing. Finishing what’s left of organizing and unpacking in my apartment, starting the Fall Shred & accompanying clean eating plan, and yoga was the perfect way to really kick this off.
If you’re a regular yogi, you know most classes start with breathing and setting your intention for the class. Today I set my intention to Focus. We were outside, under a tree, and a music festival was just beginning a few blocks away, so focus seemed perfect.
As I walked home, I started thinking about focus, and how I’m a classic person who is constantly doing a millions things at one time rather than focusing on one thing, finishing it and moving on. With my normal streets shut down, I could more easily look around and wander around streets I run several times a week and I noticed this in the middle of a cross-walk:
It made me think a little more about cleansing and focus, and I decided to set my intention for the weekend: Every.
A word that seems silly because its not really anything, but it can mean so many things.
* Use every minute
* Everything with focus
* Get every box unpacked
* Every meal is fuel
* Every mile counts
Seriously, I could do this all day, and so, this is my weekend of Every.
Have you ever done yoga outside?
What is your intention for your weekend?
What’s something funny you’ve seen on the road?