Taiji day 260: Full House

It’s hard in a full house — aunt, uncle, mom, day, cousins — to find space to do 20 minutes of exercise without being in someone’s way. I’d have to say today’s work was more perfunctory than usual… what actors might call “phoning it in.” the bad thing about doing it in this casual way is how easy it would be to let this be the normal pattern. The good thing about this sort of casual level of work is that it teaches me to be unattached to outcomes, and not particularly hung up on how much energy I did or did not raise. I like that.

Happy thanksgiving, everyone. Remember to stay in gratitude with what you have, rather than getting too hung up on what you want.

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