Well, kids, it’s time to focus on health again, so a new juice cleanse begins tomorrow.
Lately, I’ve been focusing too much on work and other things instead of my health. Don’t get me wrong, I love the work I’m doing, but I haven’t focused enough on living a balanced life. There have been moments of creative expression–creating a drawing for a teacher, making a planner for a friend–but I haven’t intentionally planned my time; I’ve been living moment to moment, driven by whatever comes up. I believe there are times when it’s acceptable to take that path. I guess it was fine for me these last few months, but I’m feeling the imbalance; I’ve got to refocus myself and so the juice cleanse begins.
Why does it take a juice cleanse to focus my life? I’m not sure. My trainer (yes, I have a trainer) says normal people just pull out a planner and make a schedule to balance their lives. Newsflash! I’m not normal. Yes, a planner will be involved (and it will be oh, so cute with the most beautiful, luscious handmade paper!), but for my head to focus enough to focus the rest of my life, I need a cleanse.
Purchasing a juice cleanse is expensive. However, when you think about all the work it takes to purchase quality produce, clean it, juice it, clean the juicer, bottle the juice, and more, you understand that the cost is relatively inexpensive. Still, for a girl like me, it’s not something I can afford on a regular basis. Fortunately, I have a generous aunt who, for some reason, loves me enough to treat me to a juice cleanse. I wouldn’t be doing this right now if not for her. Thank you, Tia Judy!
I’ll keep you posted on how this cleanse-driven focus plan goes. As Leilani, the Cleanse Captain at JuiceLand says, Cleanse on! Wish me luck!