I know that the official day for expressing gratitude is two days away, but today I just want to say that I am incredibly grateful that just over a year ago, I stepped into the world of doTERRA, became a wellness advocate, but most importantly began to shift my own inner vision. I am grateful for the oils themselves, and the daily offerings they provide, I am grateful for the community, leadership and inspiration of my mentors. I am grateful for the constant connection that I get to make with each and every person who I get to support in using essential oils and for those who join my team. I was a skeptic and a doubter for the longest time. Perhaps it wasn't always the right time or the right people, but the truth is, I had to get out of my own way. So mostly I am grateful for that. That instead of sticking to my own story of why it won't work, or getting caught up in the fear of what others would think of me, or thinking it was work for someone else to do and not me (aka I don't belong), I pushed all of that aside and said yes. In the last few months, I have seen a shift in how my inner vision is going to become a reality. There is still so much work to do, so much to say yes to, but tonight I am taking a moment to pause and feel the gratitude. I hope that we all do that this week, as often as possible. As the quote goes "Gratitude turns what we have into enough".
is a Mama, Wife, Teacher, Writer and Creator of One OM at a time. She has been teaching and studying yoga since 2008 and has taught at studios in Syracuse, Boston and New York City. For two years her hOMe was wherever she, her husband Justin, their daughter Audrey and pug Oscar find themselves as they traveled for Justin's job on the national tour of Matilda the Musical. This way of living has really taught Sara that yoga and mediation requires nothing more than some time and a space for your mat. You can find Sara teaching regular classes in NYC, workshops and retreats all over the country as well as in her very own online studio right here!