I want you to close your eyes and imagine your future self. Your future self has everything that you could possibly want in the here and now. I want you to imagine this person writing Present You a letter. Words of encouragement and wisdom for you. I’d imagine the letter would go something like this Read More
January 2018. The turn of the new year. New year. New you. It was in this month that Adrienne Mishler of Yoga With Adrienne did a 30 day yoga journey to rediscover our own truths.
From 26th July 2017 to 9th January 2018 I had been doing the PIIT28 workout programme by Cassey Ho of Blogilates. I had been trying to become consistent with working out for quite a while before that, maybe a couple of years, and had only really made becoming a morning person and taking the dog Read More
You know that magical feeling when you’re on holiday and sat lazing by the beach? The feeling of peace and well-being , like you just want to stay here like this forever? The refreshing, rejuvenating, relaxing atmosphere that helps you tackle your problems when you come back home?
“It doesn’t matter how many times you fall off the wagon of whatever healthy change / habit you are trying to implement, the key here is to get back on quickly and in a shorter amount of time than you used to. Change isn’t a short-term quick fix or a one-time thing. It is a Read More
A pair of hands, clawing their way out through the dirt. They finally break through. Now a pair of arms and slowly a head, torso and the lower body. Yep! Dean Winchester has just arrived back from Hell.
Short answer? Yes. Emotional pain is worse than physical pain. Physical pain is only temporary, it cannot be physically felt only by thinking about it. Once gone, you can only remember how it affected you, the emotions that were generated by the physical pain. Emotional pain, in contrast, is longer lasting. It is severely crippling and Read More
I feel as though with the willingness for people to accept that we should not be victim blaming, some people are taking this to the extreme. It seems as though they are attempting to take away the victim’s responsibility for their own actions, under the guise that it is victim blaming if we call attention Read More
Back when I was nine or 10 years old, I lived in my home country of Australia. One particular night, my family and another family were over at a third family’s house. If memory serves correctly, us kids had just finished playing ‘spotlight’ (hide and seek in the dark played with torches). Me and a Read More