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It's okay to pause and retreat...

It's never too late to hit pause. I keep meeting people who have reached their limits. High Achievers and performers who have realized there is more to life than work.

The most intriguing aspect of reaching a mountain top is the realization that there's always a valley below.

As someone who is ambitious and envisions a great deal for myself, my loved ones, and the world around me, I leave you with this reminder to take it slow. During past month of rest and healing I'm reminded of the importance of moving at a steady pace, of centering oneself, and accepting that our time is limited.

Let's make sure to have no regrets about how we spend our time and who we spend it with.

Unapologetically value yourself and your well-being. True excellence lies not just in our achievements or accolades, but in our awareness of our own limits and our willingness to hit pause when necessary. True value is knowing we are enough in our being and that love doesn't have to be earned.

I learned about REST as a form of resistance from elder and cultural scholar Ni Armah Sowah who uses afro-centered modalities to teach how to have a healthy balance and truly learn to live.

Are you Interested in getting away? Healing? Creating? Being surronded by love and community?

Join us for the Artist's Way Retreat May 31st - June 3rd, 2024

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