I recently came across this quote – I would love to give credit to the source of the quote but unfortunately don’t know who it is from. Self-care is giving the world the best of you instead of what’s left of you This is currently my lock screen on my phone as a constant reminder.Continue reading ““Self-care is giving the world the best of you instead of what’s left of you.””
Tag Archives: wellbeing
Creating a selfcare routine that works for you!
There are many tips and ideas out there on how to improve your wellbeing and selfcare routine. I also love sharing those ideas as well as reading about them. But at the end of the day that’s all they are – tips and ideas! We get this picture of what selfcare should look like (theContinue reading “Creating a selfcare routine that works for you!”
Stress vs. Rest
It is easy to think that Stress is the bad guy and Rest is all great! But I’m here to tell you that stress isn’t all negative. We need stress to grow!We naturally love being in our comfort zones, it’s a nice place to be – it feels safe and protected. As the saying goes:Continue reading “Stress vs. Rest”
I’ve only recently came across the term Toxic productivity but I could resonate straight away. I’m the type of person with a massive to do list, never ending bucket list and extremely high expectations. If I sit down to relax my mind will race thinking of what I should be doing right now, and thinkingContinue reading “Toxic Productivity”
Why start with Yoga?
Yoga is a 5,000 year old practice (probably even older!) and is about a lot more than just physical movement. Originally the physical yoga practice was just one part of a path to enlightenment and its main purpose was to prepare the body to sit in meditation for a long time.5,000 years later and youContinue reading “Why start with Yoga?”
I become quite and listen to the inner voice within silently whispering my true calling ….. This is a special and challenging time and I have taken it as an opportunity to tune in to my body and mind– if we can’t go out, let’s go inwards. Sociology is something I am very interested inContinue reading “Tuning in”
Just like Waves
The vast ocean in front of me Waves crashing onto the shore and then fading away Calming the rhythm of my heart Spectating the most natural movement The flow of the water Like it is meant to be And I slowly let go. I always put this pressure on myself to do it all –Continue reading “Just like Waves”