Surrounded by successful, intelligent, entrepreneurial, fit, healthy and radiant women at a recent wellness personal development day, I was utterly gob-smacked to learn that every single one of these women, (including myself) talk to themselves in a way that they would NEVER talk to anyone else. EVER.
In recent times I’m witnessing a shift at yoga studio’s. Where the physical benefits were the catalyst to start a yoga practice, people are now showing up in search of a deeper connection.
In this fast-paced, information driven society we live in, feeling stressed has almost become a badge of honour to wear, something to be proud of; along with being crazy busy, awesome at multitasking and a self-professed perfectionist. Our culture has conditioned us to and rewarded us for thinking more and
What wakes you up in the morning? That was a question I was once asked during a job interview back in 2008. Since then, it’s a question I often come back to when evaluating my life purpose and whether I’m living in alignment with it.
Early mornings, tiresome meetings, deadlines, bills….Sound familiar? Sometimes being an adult is just so hard. With mounting responsibilities weighing us down on a daily basis, sometimes all we want to do in curl up in our donna and refuse to leave bed!
Finding the motivation required to stay active can be a struggle for some. Especially during winter when it is difficult just to wake up when your alarm goes off, let alone brace the icy weather outside and go for a run. What we need to understand is that motivation doesn’t
How to detox the mind in winter? When the days are getting shorter and the nights colder. It’s very tempting to hibernate curling up in a ball under your doona, sleeping in late and eating heavy comforting foods and feeling sorry for yourself once spring rolls around. Don’t let the
As much as I don’t like to admit it, we live in a very aesthetically driven society, where the image we portray through our looks, actions and accessories can drive us to have unrealistic expectations about how we should look, and whether we “measure up.”