Have You Missed Me?

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Hi again! Yes, it has been a long time since I blogged anything. Like, a really long time. Never fear though, I am back!  

 

I guess I should start with where I have been during my time away from y’all. 

 

We have been traveling. We went to a Burning Man event in Miami, a music festival in Costa Rica, snowboarding in Steamboat and sailing in the BVIs (follow me on Instagram and TikTok for pictures). We danced under the stars to some very talented DJs. We were able to spend time with some friends who are near and dear to us. We ate some amazing meals. We met new friends, who I have a feeling will be lifelong friends. We swam with a shark!! (our first shark sighting ever!!) 

 

Just like life, not all our travel was perfect. For example, on one of our flights, our boarding passes had the wrong names on them so we had to scramble at the airport and buy new flights home (we were able to get there using the wrong names). Of course, mother nature threw us some curve balls too (I think maybe the snow is finally done here in Denver!).

 

We have been to hockey games and a rugby game. 

 

We have had friends that stayed with us and others that have stayed with other friends. 

 

Our niece, who lived with us off and on throughout college, moved out. That was both joyful and sad. It was nice to be able to have that time with her and give her a secure place to land. It was also time to have our home back to ourselves and for her to start the next chapter of her life. 

 

Conflict between Mike and I has also been consuming my time and energy. Even though I look at conflict as a necessity in life and a sign that growth is happening, it is never fun. It can be absolutely draining and it was for me. Even though Mike and I have a solid relationship, we still do have conflicts that we must work through. This one was especially hard for me. Coming out of my psilocybin journey, I wanted to feel my emotions more, and boy did I during this round of conflict. I cried, yelled, and allowed myself to sit with my anger and sadness.  All new experiences for me.

 

We have also been growing. We are learning new ways to feel connected, united together and ways to handle our own emotions better. Above all, we have been learning to communicate better (communication is a life long learning process, isn’t it?). 

 

I also had a birthday while I was on my break. Birthdays, for me, are a time to analyze where you have been and where are you going. During my 45th year, I have gone to new cities and events. I have become more self-confident and have had some of the biggest doubts and fears come up for me. I learned how to cry again. My coaching practice continues to grow and expand and I am so proud and happy when someone comes up to me and tells me how one of my articles or ideas has helped them. Overall, 45 was a great year for me and I am so excited to see what 46 holds.

 

I have had a reading by a numerologist that clarified so many things for me. He helped ease some fears I had about the future and gave me some great pieces of advice to ponder.

 

I also have decided to change Koru Life Coaching a bit. You will see in the very near future that this webpage will take on a slightly different feel. I have a new logo and a new focus. I have some new ideas for a few classes that I want to put together for y’all. I am beyond excited! 

 

So, thanks for your patience and understanding while I dealt with my life the best way I could. Thank you for coming back and reading what I have to say, it means so much to me!  I am excited for our future together and I hope you are too!

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