When I first discovered 699 NH 3-A I could not have been more excited. The building seemed absolutely perfect and I worked so hard to create the perfect space for my business. This, as many of you know, is why the past month has been so difficult. So many times in life we are faced with situations where we feel betrayed, taken advantage of, and wronged. It's the way we handle these situations that sets the tone for our lives and how happy, or unhappy, we are within them. The fact is, the landlord wanted us out. We could have fought it and really, we probably would have won; but at what cost? Our livelihoods were on the line, and sometimes the more courageous thing to do is embrace change and choose the see the good in a situation where others may see only bad.
The space in my home is nearly complete and absolutely beautiful!
The picture on the left shows the progress throughout the project. It was a lot of hard work and I'm pretty sure my husband and I need a vacation now, but it came out perfect! Next up will be pictures of everything set up!
Weekend number one of 'Project: Create the perfect office' was a huge success! All of the framing and drywalling is about done, and now its time for mudding! I can't wait for everyone to see the finished project. It feels amazing to be putting all of this effort into my own space this time around, rather than someone else's building.
The pictures show our progress this weekend on one of the interior walls. Luckily, the treatment room is already finished and beautiful, so aside from painting, it's just this area we need to renovate. I'll keep everyone posted as we make more progress over the next two weekends! Expect to see some paint, flooring, and finally, decorating!
Making this transition with my business has been one of the scariest decisions of my life. I know that may sound silly.. but I LOVE my clients and the last thing in the world I want to do is jeopardize my relationship with them. So, announcing these big changes scared the heck out of me. What if people were upset or angry with me? What if they all decided to go somewhere else? What if, what if what if?? So I agonized over the decision and considered countless options, but ultimately, I realized that for me to be good at what I do, I need to be happy. And it's not that I couldn't be happy renting another space full time in the Concord area, but that's simply not what I want. And once I began really considering this new plan, I found that I couldn't get it out of my head...
To my valued clients,
I found out recently that the building I am in will be sold soon, and I will need to move out by May 1st. While I’ve absolutely loved the space and am sad to lose it, I am trying to look at this change as a positive one, and I hope you will too. For some time, I’ve considered the idea of transforming my business into more of a mobile one and setting up an office in my home. Although I hadn’t planned on making this change quite so soon, I've decided to use this push toward change as an opportunity make those dreams a reality.
So many of my clients ask me about foam rolling; whether they should do it, where they should do it, when they should do it. Answering these questions really can be an individual thing, but the following is my general opinion for folks looking for answers.
First off, if you aren't familiar with foam rolling and want to learn more, check out this article I found. It explains what foam rolling is and what it does in pretty good detail.
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