Breathe, Stretch, Shake, Let it go...
In 2014, I started to discover the therapeutics of cooking in my kitchen. After opening my taste buds in Israel, I started to be able to recreate the dishes from my memory. I loved everything I ate in Israel and wanted to introduce this cuisine to my family. And even 4 years later, i'm still just winging it and not really looking up recipes, just some inspiration and adding my own flare.
I also started to blog in 2014, but gave up quickly.
This wordpress was called "Diaries of a Hungry Yogi".
& it's still available to look at. I was busy focusing on finishing college and thought I could keep up with it, but TBH I didn't think my writing or my page in general was good enough or creative. Even though I am still now navigating through squarespace and blogging in general, I really like where The Right Tracht is heading.
About 4 years later, I've faced my fears to many of my own personal challenges.
A lot of my barriers had to do with fear of failures, judgement, and rejection. Essentially, I fear the things that hold me back in my own life. We are run and ruled by fear all of the time. Why? I truly do not know. But it’s our own job to figure it out in a conscious way. Because we don’t realize the energy we bring that manifests onto people around us.
When I remember my whole point of why I started my website, or ig as 'Therighttracht', i think back to where I began, the ups and downs of this journey I am on.
The best place to start is with YOUR breath. Because no matter what we always have our breath. And it is an amazing tool, free of charge that we can carry EVERYWHERE with us.
inhaling the good s*$t, and exhaling the s%*! that doesn't serve you anymore!
When I analyze now on my thoughts of why I did that blog, it's because i was becoming more aware of how important eating healthy foods were, as well as eating food, and not skipping meals. Finding what I thought was balance. The blog held me accountable for trying to create recipes, eat better, and eat more than I was. You are what you eat. And my recipe for being skinny was my own little cocktail that was a recipe for disaster.
'Diaries of a hungry Yogi' had the same intentions of holding a safe space for sharing, that I now do for 'Therighttracht'. But now I will hold up my integrity to get more raw and real about life, other than yoga, crystals and recipes.
With more transparency, vulnerability, humility and just learning from you & MYSELF.
It’s NED week and I’d like to share my passed and current relationships from food. But ill guide you in slowly, as this is new for me to even bring up in conversation to a friend in. Others journeys have helped me on my own, and I truly hope to do the same. Oh.. and what’s also cool, is that people who aren’t aware of how to address certain situations can learn something as well.
xo, rachel <3