What to do when shit goes down, and you generally feel like you have no idea of WHAT to do.
Truth is, I do not want to sound like a bitter and ungrateful sod. However, with the external and internal pressures that boss ladies, self employed or double-employed bear on their shoulders, overworking is not something that is really openly discussed.
Interview with James McCrae, author of the book ‘Shit your Ego Says about ego, creativity, the importance of cherishing your weirdness and much more.
Today I explore the low down on floating, what it actually does to your brain and how it fits in the mindfulness realm.
In this video interview I talk with author Sarah Josefsberg and Rosie about their experiences of cancer and the creation of the story.
What’s the cool side of minimalism? Decluttering, black and white wardrobe and an overall French touch to life? What is the truth lied in overall LESS NOISE?
Article adapted from questions and answers to Sarah – author of Rosie the Rabbit. We talk about cancer, therapy, recovery and how Rosie helped her going through a dark time in her life.
What’s in your mind the first time you float? A rather unconventional review of Floatworks in London.
Today is world cancer day, and I am opening up about my experience with cancer in my family, amazing ways to support the cause and Rosie the Rabbit.
A few snaps and snippets about our time in Berlin over the Christmas holidays.
A rant on debunking myths, clean eating backlash, the role of qualifications – and a whole lot of things I am still trying to wrap my head around.
A little rant about panic, shooting for the stars and stretching out of your comfort zone