(aka unleighshing on the fantasy life) Getting Real about Marie Kondo In the world of Marie Kondo, people talk about the importance of purging your fantasy self- the part of you which secretly hopes to be this person you’ll actually never be, and to let go of the things you own which represent this fantasy... Continue Reading →
#Wins are an easy to access tool that can easily guide your #gratitude practice. Read on to find out more.
Being in a state of gratitude isn’t always served to us on a new-agey-plate or with palms smooshed together with lotuses floating. It sometimes thrown at us as though we are less-than for not being all Namaste for the thing we have been given. The practise of being grateful takes actual work, and this post will show you how you can start today.
With social media being such an integral part of what I do, I’m attached to my device a fair bit and I’ve discovered that it’s limiting my ability to flow especially when I can easily get lost in the thick maze of someone else’s here ‘n’ now and the barrage of digital social media-y awesomeness that comes with that. Would holidaying from my phone this March Break hold the key to everlasting flow?
Looking for ways to enjoy your time off with the kids this March Break? Plug into some awesome with these tips here.
(Aka How to Have a Threesome) Soiled Expectations Obsessively awaiting Prince Charming from the very moment Westley said “As you Wish” in the iconic Princess Bride, the most precious seed of expectation for love was planted deep in my subconscious where it was watered for years by the exquisitely enchanting tales from Disney, Ross ‘n’... Continue Reading →
Long, cold, dark winter months sprinkled with mucous ‘n’ germs don’t exactly make it easy to vibe-high, so here are some tips and tricks to help you on your way.