Lots of changes here for SKF and MindBodyPlate. I’ve been working for a company that allows me to offer one-on-one support to people recovering from eating disorders. I’m also still seeing private health coaching clients via Skype (I set up a sister website at www.sarahkitfarrell.com to highlight some of my offerings). A documentary I worked on for three years is finally in film festivals and on its way to distribution. My husband and I up and moved to Boulder, Colorado. And it looks like I’ll be starting graduate school in the fall at Naropa University; their Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling program will put me on the path to becoming a licensed psychotherapist.
A client introduced me to this beautiful Jack Kerouac quote. Sometimes being “mad to live” means spreading yourself a little thin, and sometimes that can be stressful, even disappointing. But I don’t know that I’d have it any other way. Are there pursuits in your world that make you feel mad to live, simply on fire for life? Or maybe it’s more of a slow burn, like a quiet, contented candlelight at the end of a peaceful day. Sending you wishes for the contentment you crave and for peace and love during a trying time. xo skf