You know when you realize there are just simply “things you know”?
Or when you realize there are just simply “things you love”?
Or – better yet – when you come into the realization that there are things you do well?
That’s me. At 37 years old, I am a corporate yogi (I work in corporate America with a yogic point of view), I am a teacher and a mother, I am a writer and a traveler.
I am building a garden. New to home ownership.
really grateful for my life.
I have family and friends. Readers and Students. All who support these aspects of my life.
I hope you find something helpful here in this blog. Check out Ways to Pray for posts that open up life experience into a spiritual opportunity.
Exploring the United States has all my fun posts about travel moments and people, favorite places and churches in the cities I love.
Technicolor Living is the site’s backbone – where you will find all sorts of stories on intentional living and perspective shifts.
Home and Garden is my stretch goal for myself – to share quick blips that I am learning in wonder woman home ownership that maybe will save you some time or a dime.
Raising Daughters has stories, songs and reflections from 13 years of experience raising strong daughters and being one. My goal as a mother and as a woman is to embody fun, creative, independent and respectful, cautious and social as a lifestyle.
And, lastly, Yoga and Ayurvedic Living – as a 200 RYT Yoga Teacher, I offer here yogic teachings from philosophy to poses. New to Ayurvedic studies, I hope to share stories of balancing and healing as I apply teachings to my seemingly Kapha life. :)
All in all, I have had this blog for years with hundreds of posts that I have taken down from public view and are currently in draft form, anxiously awaiting republication. I have changed SO much since I first started exploring myself through an active blog and I am excited to republish old posts with an evolved lens.
Thank you so much for being here and welcome to Frozen Spaghetti – a blog named after my mother’s resourcefulness: making batches of homemade spaghetti and freezing them so that even on weeks where money was stretched tight; we had a homemade meal that was simmered and seasoned with love.
Glad you are here :) There is so much that is woven into each day of my life and this blog is my quilt.
Talk with you later,