This generations way of life is fast paced. Everything is a rush. There’s not enough time in the day. There’s too much to experience… family, holidays, work, social life, hobbies, sports, interests – and that’s all without the mundane day to day tasks – washing, cleaning, ironing, shopping, life admin, forms, applications, phone calls, and […]Read More Life won’t fall apart when you say ‘No’.
So the weather has cooled for the next few days, and I’ve already enjoyed a few mini yoga flows – doors open, breeze in, mat down, yoga head on. It’s be great! It’s one of those things where when you’re in a bit of a funk, it’s all too easy not to be fussed by […]Read More Yoga breeze
I love it, I do. But what I’m not loving is the constant clammy, sweaty, tacky feeling of hotness – which by the end of the day after putting the mini one down, leaves me wanting to do anything BUT workout. I’ve done a handful of yoga flows… but literally a handful! I just can’t […]Read More My excuse this time? The heat!
I’ve gotta say it – tonight has been just a little near perfect. The only thing missing was having Mr Snacks around – but then I wouldn’t have been able to enjoy a little “me” time, which I believe is really important on occasion.Read More Moments like this
And I’m not talking about wearing a face full of makeup and designer clothes and material things. I’m talking about just being the best version of you you can be. Inside and out. Exercise, take care of your skin, eat well. I promise you, doing these things will aid your feeling of fulfillment and happiness […]Read More You don’t have to look good to feel good… but it helps.
It’s so easy to become distracted from your focus. I try my best to practise yoga daily – but when your focus shifts to something else you deem a priority or if your mind is heavily on other things, it’s easy to put your health and habits second.Read More Workout Aversion
Life. Everyone has their own path, everyone faces their own difficulties and experiences, or enjoys their own moments of happiness. But it’s the way these difficulties and experiences are handled and dealt that reflect how peaceful your life may or may not be. This where the whole Respond, not react concept comes in very nicely. […]Read More Inhale, Exhale.