WELCOME TO THE ARBITRARIUM!
http://californiacereal.com/sitemap-pt-page-2015-04.html My old blog has a few new tricks 😉
If you’ve been here before, welcome back. Things might sound familiar, but look a little different.
If you’re new, let me introduce myself.
I’m Catie. I started this blog in January of 2013 to talk about the things that I am interested in. Wellness. Yoga. Life. Relationships. Food. I’m still interested in those things, but, more specifically, I’m interested in the choices that we make around those things and how we make those choices.
I don’t believe that there’s a preprogrammed plan for success in life. I believe that we make it up as we go along. I believe that we need a little help (sometimes) and a whole lot of courage (all the time) to make choices that are good for us. We can follow someone else’s path for a while, but inevitably, we have to find our own way.
That means breaking from the system, expressing some idiosyncrasy, and making some arbitrary choices.
follow link Arbitrary: adj. – subject to individual will or judgment without restriction; contingent solely upon one’s discretion.
This is what it’s all about. I believe that we need to develop enough trust in ourselves to make arbitrary decisions all the time. About what to eat. About how to exercise. About who to love. It’s all arbitrary.
Welcome to The Arbitrarium. We’ll explore the power of choice around our health, fitness, food, relationships, work… whatever comes up. Always with a weather eye on what’s best for us as individuals and as part of the whole.
Thank you so much for being here.
This is me!
I’m a writer and coach based in Boulder, Colorado. I write about real world self-care that (hopefully) makes the real world feel more caring, and I coach folks on creativity, business, and how to be successful in both.
I earned my B.A. in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2002 and my M.S. in Chinese Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in 2008. I’ve also got a 200 hour yoga training, and did some coaching training back when I was 22 and had no idea what i was doing.
You could say i’m a professional woo-woo, but do my damnedest to keep this work rooted in the real world. I’m always learning, and my ultimate goal is to help you create and connect without sacrificing your art or your ideals.