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Hula like I Just Don’t Care

I eyed it at the sports store  and couldn’t resist!

Almost every day it calls my name and taunts me to play, “Just for a minute! Only a minute!”

How can I resist such a round shape, simple to whip around my waist, and use as a delightful diversion!

It sits behind my desk and I enjoy a minute or two when my mind needs a break from the hum of it all.

I step into my hula hoop and the world goes still.

In the past year, I have learned that getting  out of my comfort zone  and trying new things is the slice of life.  Some days it might only be a little adventure to break-up the routine of the day and most of the time I look really silly doing it. But there is a giddy thrill when I wave my arms up in the air and hula like I just don’t care!

hula hooping

In the coming months there will be some changes to my blog –  just as your life changes shouldn’t your blog too? I will be attempting to post twice a week sharing my travel adventures,  cooking disasters, stellar crafting skills, book reviews, and maybe even some thoughts on new fitness trends. Of course there will be laments about my book and the editing process. Oh! Hell! The editing process!  And of course sharing all of my stellar hula hooping tips!

I also wanted to note that many of you have joined me on this journey throughout the years, lovely friendships have been made, and so many of your  blogs have been a joy to read! It is from the bottom of my heart that I want to say  Thank you!  I look forward to catching up with everyone very soon.

 

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Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga

12 replies

  1. twice a week???? YEAH!!! I missed you! And I am sorry I haven’t emailed…. You and your hula hoop look terrific! My next door neighbor’s grandson always used to hula hoop and I would always borrow for a spin. what fun! But then my neighbors moved. I should really buy one too!

    1. I know twice a week is attainable especially when I am starting to enjoy it all, again. This summer has been so busy! We will have to catch-up soon 🙂

      It’s a lot of fun! I have a 3.5 pound one and it is just the right weight to keep me moving.

  2. I will be good to have you back. As for the hula hoop, my granddaughters are coming to visit in a few weeks and we bought them hula hoops. They are nine. Hope they enjoy it as much as you do.

    1. Thank you! I am looking forward to it! The long breaks over the past year has been just what I needed 🙂

      I hope they love it too! I think that and jumping rope was one of the things I most looked forward to when I was a kid in the summertime.

  3. I’m very pleased to hear that you will be posting more often. If you check the Blogroll on my Blog you will see your name there, and quite rightly too. It’s long been one of my favourites. As for editing. Tell me about it. My second book is quite near coming out so you can imagine I’ve done a fair bit. Luckily I have editors who do the final polish, because my editing skills are yet to be spotted

    1. Thank you! I am in the final phases and am thinking of hiring an editor to do the final polish. I just never feel it is just quite good enough.

      I ordered your first book and it never arrived. I have it on my list to try to order again.

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