Two weeks ago, I celebrated my nine year anniversary of living in Boston. Each year I celebrated that as an accomplishment because I moved from a small town, on my own, with no financial help. Plenty of emotional support along the way though – (thanks, Mom!), but since then – I’ve pretty much been on my own.
Let’s face it – we all like a good night in. Some more than others 🙋 but the inevitable happens every. single. time. You grab a drink, a snack and curl up on the couch only to “surf” for the next 20 minutes trying to find something to watch. It’s not for lack of content – it’s just…what are you in the mood for? And will it even be good? Cause let’s be honest…you don’t want to waste your perfect Friday night with something dumb and then wish you would have chose something else instead. We’ve all been there, amIright?
I adopted my cat Meeko back in 2008 and I’ll never forget the day that I got him. I did the whole “I’ll just see what they have…” thing at the local shelter. And of course, I saw this little nugget and I thought to myself, oh my gosh – I have to have him! He was the cutest little gray fur ball, full of energy running around and I completely fell in love with him.
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It wasn’t until about a five years ago that I really started getting into home decor and decorating, rearranging, etc. And when I started my business over a year ago now, I started thinking more about making sure the space that I was using to work out of was the most productive and positive.
About a year ago – maybe less – is the first time that I was introduced to floating. Or, float therapy – as some call it. It’s a specialty wellness experience offered at Cloud 9 in Jamaica Plain (about 10 min south of the downtown Boston). Floating (also known as sensory deprivation therapy) is where you immerse yourself into a 200-gallon pod that’s filled with about 800-1,000 pounds (!!) of salt, on average.