Taking a Hiatus (but Good Things Are on the Horizon)

Hey there. I haven’t been much of a blogger lately. I’m still cooking, but just haven’t had a whole lot of time to take pictures and write about it. And from the looks of things, it doesn’t look like I’m going to have a lot of time for it in the near future, either. For one, we’re heading to London in a little over a week and I can’t tell you how giddy I am just thinking about it. It’ll be our first time there and I’m sure we’re going to freeze, but we seriously cannot wait. (Also, if you have any suggestions for vegan restaurants in London, I would so love to hear. We’ve found a few but are always looking for more.). We feel so incredibly fortunate to be able to go.

Second, after lots of thought, I have decided to pursue yoga teacher training, which starts in mid-March and will last through June. I’ve been practicing for a couple of years now, but the idea of becoming a yoga instructor has been a dream of mine for many years; I just never had the courage to try. I’m nervous and scared and excited, all at once. It’s going to be challenging, for sure.

Anyway, I hope you all are well! I’ll try to post here and there when I can, and I may even throw in a yoga-related post or two.

4 thoughts on “Taking a Hiatus (but Good Things Are on the Horizon)

  1. Congratulations on heading to yoga teacher training and London too! I’ve enjoyed looking back in your blog, as I just found it a few months ago. Your tastes are really similar to mine. I tried the Veganomicon Lentil soup after I read your review and I love, love, love it. I’ve made it twice in 3 weeks. Anyways, I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger award. No pressure, if you don’t have time to respond…sounds like you’re super busy…just letting you know I enjoy your work. Here is the post: http://seizetheveggies.wordpress.com/2013/02/17/fun-blogger-stuff-part-2/
    Take Care.

    • Thank you so much, Julie! I really, really appreciate the nomination and the congrats. It means a lot. And I’m so glad you like the lentil soup. I promise to get back to blogging more regularly soon!

  2. Sounds like an exciting time. I lived in London for quite a while but it was long enough ago that my recommendations wouldn’t be lasting. Good luck on the teacher training!

    • Thank you so much, Tammy! I’m pretty nervous about it, but excited too.

      Living in London sounds wonderful. I have to say, if we didn’t have two elderly cats, we’d move there in a heartbeat! (Also, I’m not sure if I could afford it, so there’s that.) It’s such an exciting city, though.

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