Sezin Hason from Mind Body Soul Blog shares with us her typical day.
I’m a 41 year old independent soul and mother of 2. I am a Certified Points of You trainer, Certified Holistic Health Coach, Transformational Breath® facilitator and breast cancer survivor.
On a typical day I wake up around 6am and start my day with a 20 min meditation. Then I take a quick shower, get my kids ready and drive them to school. I try to work out 3-4 times a week and usually I either go for a Soul Cycle class or Cardio Barre class depending on my mood. I like to try different classes.
Around 11am I am back at my home office and I start working. My work schedule changes from day to day, I either see clients, have meetings, work on a new recipe or simply work on my computer posting a new blog or on a new project. These days I am working on my Points of You workshop presentation. Points of You is my new passion and I would love to make workshops mostly for women of all around Los Angeles 🙂
My diagnosis of breast cancer last October and going through a bunch of surgeries and chemo over the last 9 months changed my life.
Now I want to work with women; empowering them, inspiring them, helping them step out of their comfort zone and bringing out their passion, showing them what they are capable of instead of just settling.
I want them to become their true self and step into a life they love.
I learned the hard way that we, as women, take on and give so much and sometimes forget to take care of ourselves. So my work day goes until about 5pm, when I have to go pick up my kids from school. When they are home until they go to sleep, it’s my mommy time with them, helping with homework, enjoying play time, eating a family dinner and putting them to bed…
“I learned the hard way that we, as women, take on and give so much and sometimes forget to take care of ourselves.”
Once they are in bed, I usually go to bed as well and just read a book or watch a show and try to go to sleep around 11pm… I used to stay up late and work but now I am training myself that it’s okay to stop and just do nothing sometimes.
My favourite quote
“Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.”