One of the silver linings of my pandemic experience was having a little extra time to explore new avenues, one of which is real estate. I got my license and have now added “real estate agent” to my bag of tricks! It’s thrilling to learn something completely new, and also very humbling to feel like the new kid at this juncture in my life. It is forcing me to take new stock of how I spend my time, so that I can be continually successful having a dual career. An ongoing project for the last couple of years is the house that I bought and gutted with my husband, Alan, who is an amazingly talented woodworker, and has built all of our beautiful bamboo cabinetry for the entire place, amongst many, many other facets of the house. It’s truly a labor of love, and also a lesson in patience! I also do a bit of editing for a dear friend who has a growing and thriving Feldenkrais practice here in Phoenix for her blogs, articles, newsletters or anything else she needs help with. Feldenkrais has been a super important part of my life since I started practicing several years ago, so doing this work also serves to keep me in that head space. If there’s any attention span left at the end of the day I love my NY Times crosswords, podcasts of all sorts, or a good read.