Move to the rhythm of your own breath

This week, we’re taking inspiration from Where the Crawdads Sing and looking at ways in which you can reconnect or deepen your connection with nature – your own and the world at large… In Where the Crawdads Sing, the main character, Kya, endures what seems impossible for any child then…

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Who Are You Becoming?

It’s (in this hemisphere) the Summer Solstice on Monday. As I mention in the book, it’s a wonderful time to appreciate all the goodness and sweetness in our lives as well as looking at our commitments, contemplating our ‘public selves’ – our contributions to the world – and letting go…

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Self Care Lessons from a Lamb

When I was little, I used to love sticking my head between the bannister on the stairs (I was probably quite a strange child). Most of the time, it would be easy to extract myself but sometimes, I’d panic and get my head stuck and I’d worry I’d have to…

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Wellbeing Wednesday: Feeling Overwhelmed? Also, Unusual Gift Ideas to Help You Heal Your Mind, Body, Heart and Soul

  Hi! This week, I’m sharing another simple breath practice to help if you’re feeling overwhelmed. It’s very simple and also effective and can be done anytime anywhere. If you missed the video about the deeper breath and longer exhalation, there’s no need to watch it but you can learn…

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Wellbeing Wednesday: 5 Simple Steps to Give Your Miraculous Self More Space

Do you ever have one of those days where either everything is going amazingly smoothly or, if things are going wrong, you have that deep sense of ease and wellbeing and are still absolutely fine about it? Better than those days we’re it’s as if you’ve got out of bed…

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Wellbeing Wednesday: Are you sabotaging your ability to flourish?

As I prepare to give away more plants before I move, I was admiring these, on my bathroom windowsill. Then I remembered how I tried to put some in the hallway (no light at all) and in other spots where the odds were stacked against them. As they struggled, my…

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