What are you passionate about? What drives your soul? What makes you happy? Are you willing to hustle hard for what you want?
I walked away from my steady paycheck and my amazing benefits to follow my passion. I walked away from something I was good at and something I enjoyed. Although difficult, walking away was not important. However, what I was walking towards was crucial to my future happiness and health.
I was walking into a life filled with passionate hustle. Long gone were the days of the steady paycheck, paid vacations and 401Ks. I now work daily to fill my schedule with yoga classes, private yoga sessions, workshops and retreats. Every day, every week and every month is different. It is not always easy and sometimes my days are quite hectic. But…I love what I do!
As we begin to near the end of 2014 and move into 2015, I encourage you to follow your heart and follow your passions. Hustle for what you want. Hustle for your happiness. Hustle for your PASSIONS!
Let your journey begin with this..
“I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul.”
– William Ernest Henley
P.S. I can’t wait for you to see my new website by Imagevolution highlighting my upcoming events & retreats, recipes and the partners, places and products I love. We are hustling to get it out to you before the new year!!!
Party Pumpkin Hummus
I couldn’t resist sharing this, while there is still some fresh pumpkin and squash out there! Enjoy!
1 blue hubbard squash or another small winter squash/pumpkin
1 head of garlic, peeled
1 cup of low sodium vegetable broth
3 cans of Cannellini beans
himalayan sea salt
Preheat oven to 425.
Add a spoonful of coconut oil to the bottom of a casserole dish.
Place squash in casserole dish and roast for an hour.
Let squash cool on a plate.
Add beans and garlic to the casserole dish. Place in oven and roast for 20 minutes.
Peel squash and remove seeds.
Add squash, scallions, broth, beans and garlic to the blender and blend.
Add a few shakes of cayenne, italian seasoning and salt to taste.
Ciao Everyone! I hope you are all transitioning into fall