After all, how are we supposed to find relief and relaxation if it requires hours of preparation, ideal conditions, half a dozen environmental adjustments, including a perfectly tidy bedroom/home and complete privacy for three hours! #nothappening
Showing up is everything when it comes to cultivating a new habit and rewiring our brains. Practice is the only way to develop something too. We all know that. I guess then it’s just the motivation that is in question.
What if the transition out of the Monday-Friday hustle and into the evening or weekend could be a little more gentle, calming and intentional so that you can really feel like you’ve left the working world behind?
We are living hyper-tethered lives. Constantly connected, either ourselves streaming or being streamed to, with the world at our fingertips, and in our beds at night. How can we continually brace ourselves from the online onslaught? Can we really read about another violent crime, injustice, or oppression? What is the toll?
I’m thrilled that you make time for my wee rants. I really care that what I’m writing and offering out is truly worthy of your time. You are after all, a bold, badass and busy Beauty! So this is a little acknowledgement - not (!) an apology, that ...
Here are three very real and practical ways for you to stay vital, happy and detached from other people's BS. These are tried and tested ways to stay classy and cool, whether enduring a 60 minute meeting with the office bully, or the surprise life-in-crisis 3 hour coffee/wine catch-up with your bestie.
So over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing with you my favourite and most effective ways to cultivate self-love, joy and a sense of ease in your daily life. Today you get my number one tip for feeling OK (and then some), so that you can allow imperfection and even fuck-ups (ie. LIFE basically) to feel more like a temporary setback, and less like chaos theory manifest, sending you into a downward spiral of self-loathing and netflix binging!
So the first few dates went well and before you know it you’ve got a massive Yoga crush. No fallouts (yet) and you and Yoga simply have such a great time together, always and forever… Or do you?
Stats tell us that only 8% of New Year's resolutions will be kept, so my advice to you is stop getting yourself overcommitted in a whirlwind of bollocks. Instead take a planned, moderated approach to 2017 and make a road map that uplifts and inspires to your very core…
There’s still most of December, festive events, and a whole bunch of bringing the year to a close yet to be done, but 2017 does bear some consideration ahead of your New Year's Day headache...