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Two Years

I can't believe I joined World Pulse in 2007. I can't BELIEVE it's 2009! There is so much I need to do. After earning my license in social work, and getting the hang of my job, I finally have an opportunity to breathe! I really want to go ahead and work on yoga and eating right before I start this group. I want to make sure that my spiritual, physical, and mental needs are met before I head forward. Right now, I have the website as a twitter account highlighting several steps in between starting the group.

I am so glad I joined World Pulse, and it's so great that I have the support needed here online. I appreciate the love!

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aliĝngix's picture

Hey

It's good your taking it slow. Good for you, and hope to see around and about again sometime! Cheers and good luck.

Kizzie's picture

Hello there! It's great to

Hello there!

It's great to have you here writing a journal post. I'm looking forward to reading more journal posts!
Congrats on getting your license, what kind of social work are you going to do?

You should connect with Witwiccan, she is also interested in yoga

Find her @:-http://worldpulse.com/node/10744

ps:- you are so photogenic!:)

JaniceW's picture

Welcome back

April, what a beautiful smile! I am sure the PulseWire you see today is quite different from the one you joined two years ago. We now have almost 2,300 members from over 130 countries connecting to transform lives and support each other in their work.

I love your logo for Grassroots Women and look forward to hearing of the progress of your organization. If there is anything I can help you with, please let me know and I will try to steer you in the right direction. It's great to have you back and all the best with Grassroots Women.
Janice
PulseWire Community Director

Maria de Chirikof's picture

Hi there

Oh, it is exciting meeting the woman who joined before I did and are becoming active again!

I was very curious what you plan to do for the spiritual/physical/mental health to go forward as a strong woman. I hope you will write about it for us. Have you heard of that one dance I forget it's name now that is like a dance version of yoga/tai chi (at least that is how it sounds to me, I might have it wrong) I think it is called something like Nhia dancing maybe. It is something that sounds interesting as a way for total health.

I look forward to reading your posts!

Maria

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