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I don’t think anyone expected to go through what we are going through right now. Who could imagine a situation so beyond our understanding and control. I have been holding back from writing anything here on the blog mainly because I have been spending the majority of my time getting grounded and taking practical steps to be able to self-isolate for an extended period … Read More Rest, restore and get creative
It’s been pretty quiet over here on the blog. Mainly because I’ve been in flux. First there was the awesome safari in Kruger national park and then flying home to Australia, recovering from jet-lag, preparing for my upcoming yoga teacher training and generally adjusting insulin, routines and more to the the new environment. Throughout all the change my yoga practice keeps me stable. That … Read More Staying Balanced
While the rest of the world still thinks it’s April 6th and is sending me birthday greetings from far and wide the dawn is breaking on a very different kind of celebration for me. The 39th anniversary of my Mothers passing. It’s always been a conundrum celebrating the excitement of my birthday with the bittersweet of my mothers death. I can remember so vividly my … Read More The day the world stood still
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Hello 2016! I wish I could say the year started off all calm and cosy, but it’s taken me nearly two weeks to get my levels down after our christmas day celebrations. Don’t even asked me why… sometimes I just have to give myself a break and be okay about swimming upstream. Amidst the pure frustration of looking at numbers I do not like I’ve … Read More What are your non-negotiables ?