My life is about to change for the better. In a big way. I’ve started my own business doing nutrition consulting, and as of June 30th, I will no longer be working a regular 9-5 job. The prospect is incredibly exciting, and also tremendously terrifying. I feel very positive about the months to come, as I’ve already found some clients. All of my paperwork is filed, and I start my work on July 1st.
The last six months have been a whirlwind of planning, preparing, and hoping that things will work out. But now that I’m well on my way to this venture becoming a success, I can start to turn back to some of the other things that are so important to me.
One of the first things to go when I started getting even busier than usual were regular Pole classes. I continued teaching, but getting to classes was definitely a hit or miss. Therefore, stagnation has been the name of the game. Add to that a brutal case of tendonitis in my left elbow, and you have a formula for Megan doing very little on the Pole! But I’m gonna bite the bullet and get a cortisone shot in my elbow, so my last barrier to improvement ought to be knocked down pretty soon.
I’ve continued to dance in my classes and on my own, mainly to keep my sanity. That means I’ve done a lot with my floor-work and flexibility, even if I haven’t achieved any big deal pole tricks lately. Vertical Fusion had a show on June 6th called Sky Candy. We were at the Dickens in Longmont again, and did a double header. What a hit! It was a lot of fun, and it was the first time that I did an improvised performance on the Dickens stage. I had neither time nor motivation for choreography this time around!
I am hoping to be regular about updating my blog again, because — with a little luck — I’ll actually have some new Pole news to share!