Found this statement on Truity and it resonates with me:
"The ideal work environment for an ENFJ is forward-thinking and
people-centered, with a clear humanitarian mission and an emphasis on
constructive action. The ideal job for an ENFJ allows them to develop
and implement ideas that improve the circumstances and well-being of
That pretty much captures what I'm about.
November 21, 2015
|By Katy Bowman, MS|
As we share the advice we have been given by various foot experts, I keep hearing conflicting information. Keep the foot fully wrapped and supported in a hard leather shoe, with a firm sole and no ankle movement was the most popular guidance. But then I mentioned my situation to Nancy Leigh-Smith, my yoga mentor and she told me about the book Every Woman's Guide to Foot Pain Relief: The New Science of Healthy Feet by Katy Bowman, MS.
Let me tell you that this book is beautifully written, logical, fun, informative, and just makes sense. If you have your feet wrapped up in hard leather all your life, you are restricting movement and eventually, you can end up with foot pain - as I have now. But if you begin to liberate and enliven your foot and toes you will have a happy foundation.
Instead of avoiding being barefoot, as so many experts advised me, I am now teaching my toes to work, collectively and on their own. The pain is dissipating and I am integrating many of these exercises into my yoga practice. Thank you, Katy and Nancy!
You might have noticed that I have not been posting to this blog very often over the past couple of years. Let's just say, I fully embraced 2015 Year of Creative Expression and my voice is all over the Internet. So, I'm thinking that 2016 will be the Year of Focus and Integration.
November 3, 2015
I've noticed that I frequently use the word"inspire" to describe my intentions. This made me curious to explore the origins of the word. How appropriate that "inspire" has its origins from Latin "spirare" to breathe. That is exactly how I know if I am inspired - I am able to take a long, deep, smooth inhalation and exhalation. Then my heart feels full.