These days “I’m so busy” is worn as a badge of honour. There seems to be an illusion that if you are busy you are successful, being productive, or making the most of life. However this has nothing to do with being busy. Haven't you ever felt after a long busy day like you have achieved nothing? You can be busy doing a whole lot of nothing that can make you feel not only exhausted but frustrated too. Start living your days instead of filling your days.
Helpful tips to help you reconnect with your intuition and start living the life you really want.
It’s been one of the hottest January’s on record with days (and days!) of humidity and
ovenlike temps. The worst part about this is the disrupted sleep; we all wake cranky and
unsettled and getting a good start to the day is difficult.
Granted, some people are more effected than others (raises hand!). But regardless of your
heat tolerance, there are a few things you can do to stay cool, calm and collected, even
when you’re in a bit of a fluster.
The New Year is just around the corner and the pressure to make (and keep!) resolutions is very real.
Let’s try thinking about resolutions a little differently this year.
We’re in the midst of the busy season and it’s all go go go! But what if you gave yourself permission to take a step back and settle into your own Christmas rhythm?
Heading to Bali soon? You’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to yoga studios and health food cafes!
On any given day, there are literally hundreds of yoga classes on offer in Bali. Most hotels and resorts offers free classes while specialised yoga studios seem to be sprouting up on every street corner. Accompanying these studios are a slew of health food cafes serving the very best turmeric smoothies, green veg dishes and buddha bowls. If a healthy getaway is what you’re after, Bali is the place to go.
We’re all for buying with awareness this festive season so we’ve compiled a list of our favourite eco-friendly gifts!
This little collection will enhance your yoga practice, shift your thinking about simple living and encourage you to get in the garden once the festivities are over.
Essential oils are potent potions that can heal, soothe, calm and revitalise. We chat to Tamara Erbacher from Golden Drop Essentials (@tamaraerbacheressentials) about the best way to use oils in your yoga practice.