Like in any major metropolitan city, there are a lot of choices in Atlanta when it comes to yoga studios. I was going to call this post, “Atlanta’s Best Yoga Studios,” but I haven’t been to every single one. And who am I to judge which are the best? I will say, these are my favorites and where I personally practice. In fact, I love them so much, I teach at 3 of the 4! And no, that doesn’t make me bias. With each studio, I was a student first. I just got lucky that I now also get to sit in the seat of teacher.
My poor skin has been having a moment for a few weeks now. It started with trying a different brand of tea tree oil, of all things, that my skin did not agree with. I broke out on my T-zone – forehead, nose, and chin. My skin type has always been sensitive and dry but since I broke out, I have been an oily mess. I’m not sure if it’s from the tea tree, the change in weather, my body adjusting to coming off hormonal birth control, or all of the above. Either way, I clearly needed to reevaluate my current products.
If you follow any wellness blogger or health and wellness website, you have probably heard about collagen. It’s one of the biggest trends right now. People are putting it in their coffee, tea, matcha, and smoothies. They say you can even bake with it. One of my goals this year is to experiment more with food so I thought, why not try it?
Last Tuesday I went to Flo2S, in Little Five Points, to try Float Therapy, or as some call it, a sensory deprivation tank. Why, you may be asking? For Christmas, I received a set of yoga clothes that I wasn’t happy with. I returned it, and my parents asked me what I wanted instead. Since I wasn’t going to paying for it, I asked myself, “What is something I’ve been wanting to try but haven’t been able to justify spending my own money on?” My best friend raves about infrared saunas, so I went on a google hunt for one locally.
2017 is almost over and I finally finished my reading goal for the year. I’m not going to lie, I didn’t know if I was going to make it this time. I knew this year was going to be busy with my training, so my goal was only 40 books. Though my number was lower than usual, the quality was high. My book choices deeply reflect where I was this year. I had a rough start, which resulted in starting therapy. After learning more about myself and how my brain works, I spent a lot of time…