We have this tendency in life to see who we are, our character, as set in stone. Like some unchangeable concept of individuality. Over the past 2 years I have become less like 'me' than I have ever felt. That is, less like the me I had always fought for. The me I felt like… Continue reading A little less like “me”- A shift in perspective
Really, it did. That may sound cliché and exaggerated but I honestly do not know if I would still be here today unless yoga had to gallantly swept me away. In the depth of my despair yoga found me and taught me to live a more aligned, calmer, kinder life. And that started with me,… Continue reading Yoga Saved My Life, like for reals.
I feel like most things I write (and many I say) I must preface with "remember I'm British". I'm finding this more and more recently. Like things don't click. Like a piece of every puzzle is missing. What has been bothering me recently is universal healthcare, or the lack there of! I just cannot wrap… Continue reading Lack of universal healthcare, makes me want to leave.
On April 12th 2017 my heart and soul was ripped from my chest, torn in to tiny pieces and set on fire, at least that’s how it felt. Yet somehow, I was also overcome by an almost destroying sense of relief. This was the day my incredible 53-year-old mum finally passed away after a 3-year… Continue reading Why Through Grief and Gratitude?
It was a glorious winter Sunday in North Florida, as my best friend and I talked through the week’s woes (as we often did) she said “are you sure you’re not like 50? You’re so wise!” It totally slips my mind what we were discussing but those moments have happened to me often through my… Continue reading The Journey Begins