This past fall with a newborn baby, I took a small leap that would end up as a paradigm shift in my life. I asked for some fun Perfectly Posh samples from a fellow mom in our August Moms group (we all had babies due around the same time) after she offered them up to our tribe. The samples came, I don't really remember the exact moment too well. But I recall thinking about the mask she had sent, and giving it a try, and realizing that it was really fun to do something new and different and it made me feel good to stop and for once only think about me, not the baby, not the 5 year old, not the hubby or the cooking and cleaning and the schedule and what's for dinner. Just moi. I didn't love every single item, but a couple of them were so fun and effective that I wanted more. And so I purchased a few things, and they came and I do remember that moment, of trying out my fun new Posh, and realizing it was bringing actual joy into my life to take a moment to smell my citrus hand creme and wash my face and feel so fresh and clean with the aroma of my Porefect Chunk clearing the air and my skin and my mind. I realized that Posh is not that different than yoga in some ways. It emphasizes an exploration the present moment. You have to be present to apply the charcoal mask, you can't help but breathe in the spearmint deliciousness as a tingle spreads across your face and your soul. So moving forward on this blog, I will be connecting Posh to some of my yoga philosophies and ideas. Because to be honest, Perfectly Posh has helped me realize several things about myself, just like yoga has for many years. I have a lot of talents. I know that I am an intelligent woman with diverse skills and I have found a company and a job that let's me be with my children during their young and precious years, but also lets me explore the world, build new friendships and my own new business skills and ideas and discussions and plans. So stay tuned friends, because this is going to be another fun journey with yours truly! Thank you for your support!