Nobody Likes You

This morning I had a real child-like feeling of woe and frustration. I was wondering why do I bother blogging? If I dig into the soil of my discontent with my dirty little polished finger nails I would guess I was feeling uncomfortable with the rush of validation I get when someone likes my social media, clicks a link or makes a comment […]

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Creating Your Own Yoga Space

What’s in a name? The word altar usually conjures up images of a gold, ornate church or else a pagan sacrifice like the scene from an Indiana Jones movie. Those ideas were P-Y (pre-yoga). Nowadays I understand that an altar is really just a focal point, something that makes you feel good and inspires you. You may […]

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Lion & Yoga Stops Traffick

Last night I went to watch “Lion” whilst my own little lion cub was sleeping soundly. I tells the miraculous true story of a little Indian boy “Saroo” who steps on to a train at four years old whilst waiting for his older brother to return from his night work. Saroo becomes trapped and accidentally travels 16,000km to […]

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Lost & Found in Paris

Disclaimer: This is a random and rambling post, a head emptying exercise so please don’t expect it to make any sense! I can’t remember the words that just came to me, because mainly they didn’t make sense to my monkey head. They are spluttering and confusing but my mind is trying to communicate things that […]

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Golden Ghee

Ghee is like liquid gold. A kitchen angel and my latest obsession. For those unfamiliar with ghee it originates from India and is clarified butter fat traditionally from buffalo milk but nowadays it’s mostly made from cow’s milk. It is considered a sacred, medicinal, cleansing, and nourishing food in Ancient India with a rich and golden colour and […]

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Yoga For Life

Reading Colleen Saidman Yee’s “Yoga for Life” her story reads like chapters from my own unique life story. Although I haven’t been struck by lightning (yet!) but I did work as a model throughout my twenties and I’ve had an eventful lifestyle of excess, adventures and heartbreak. I can relate to her insecurities, as well as the fear and pain […]

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Love is difficult

I would liken love to an onion. An unusual metaphor I know but bear with me and read until the end! I have had many failed relationships in my life and I feel a tremendous sense of guilt for them not working out. I blame myself for most of the fall out and find it […]

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