Hi. Yeah it’s been a while, I know. I feel a bit sheepish jumping back into this without explaining myself. But I don’t really have an explanation for the posting hiatus. I’m sure I could come up with excuses but I’ll spare you (and me). So, after almost 5 months of travelling, I’m back. To…
My senses have been on overload as I start to settle into my month here in India. This is such a beautiful and interesting place. It brings together the most eclectic of people in such a loving and accepting way. The hippy scene is like no other. It’s a party place if you want it…
Before settling in in New Zealand, as I mentioned here, I decided to take a little detour and do some travelling around Asia first. I figured, when else am I going to get a chance to take an extended journey without burning through my vacation days? First stop is a yoga teacher training in India….
“There is freedom waiting for you, On the breezes of the sky, And you ask “What if I fall? Oh but my darling, What if you fly? ~E.H.
I get asked a lot about the podcasts I listen to, the blogs I read and so on. I refer to them a lot throughout the blog and thought I’d start sharing what I’m digging these days. Here is the first roundup, enjoy!
Where you come from now is much less important than where you’re going. More and more of us are rooted in the future or the present tense as much as in the past. And home, we know, is not just the place where you happen to be born. It’s the place where you become yourself.
It’s funny the things you see in your surroundings that can spark such an internal dialogue. Since that visit, I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of rebirth and how life constantly presents us with the gift of reinventing ourselves over and over again. It is our challenge, or responsiblity rather, to see these as opportunities.
So here I stand, at a major crossroads in my life. A blank canvas in front of me, lots of lessons behind me and an opportunity to go after what I’ve wanted for so long.
Women of all shapes and sizes become self-scrutinizing, self-hating, self-doubting, terrified, controlling, perfectionistic worriers who are in existential pain all of the time.
“Having gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”