Evolving life blog

Evolving Life
Evolving Life – How We Do Wellness 

Evolving Life – How We Do Wellness 

This blog, Evolving Life, came about this fall as a part of a 30-day challenge to launch me as a freelance writer. It began as a place to discuss mental health and spirituality as my background is in somatic psychology and spiritual counseling. But as I’ve gotten clarity on what I wanted to focus on, it’s morphed into the broader field of wellness.

So now it’s a place to come and see what’s new in the world of wellness. I share reviews on various wellness businesses, reports on trending wellness practices, and my own reflections on health, fitness, mental health, and relationships. Most recently, I’ve added a page for travel writing, which is a new endeavor that I am so excited to be working on with my partner.

I think life is a process of growth and evolution and that’s why I named the blog Evolving Life. Stop by for a visit!

Fun facts about me:

  • A practitioner of yoga for 20 years, I’m a certified yoga instructor and have taught yoga on 3 continents, in 4 countries, and in 3 languages.
  • I taught myself Portuguese in a week using Google Translate in order to teach yoga in the language.
  • My favorite place in the US is South Carolina, where my family is from but I have also lived in Florence, Italy; Cusco, Peru; and Rio, Brazil.
  • I owned and operated a wellness center in which I practiced holistic/spiritual coaching and counseling, taught yoga, and gave energy healing sessions.

When alone, my favorite thing to do is to sing… loudly. 

Shared by: Tamara Jefferies

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A Sagittarian seeker

A Sagittarian seeker  

I began blogging on Xanga, in 2008, whilst I was my wife’s primary caregiver. I needed a constructive outlet for all that I was feeling and thinking. I also needed to begin a network for the looming day when she would be gone and our son would be out of the house and on his own. Xanga folded, more or less, in 2011, the year Penny passed and son, Aram, entered the U.S. Navy.

I found that WordPress, first with a free blog site and then a paid site where I could have unlimited storage for my photos, was a fine place to park. Righteous Bruin became Sagittarian Seeker, about a year ago.

I refuse to give up blog

I refuse to give up blog 

My blog title is I refuse to give up. They say “what’s in the name?”……I say everything. 
This title is self explanatory. My blog is about spiritual journey through life lessons. I believe we are closest to our win just when we reach the toughest spot, so refuse to give up. Remember the Lowest points in your life come just before the beginning of your best phase.

This blog started on my toughest days , I had no clue what it will be like , while writing I realized my love for poetry and I am writing almost everyday since. 
The purpose is to inspire and motivate the readers and also stay motivated.
I refuse to give up on hope …. I refuse to give up on myself ….come what may. 

Submitted by: Sakshi Gangwani