Sometimes, a break is needed. And isn’t it just that — a break? Stop and do nothing, think nothing, worry
Mindfulness is a choice. One that is hard to make and easier said than done. But it is a choice aligned with how I want to live my life – intentionally, and fully. So I try to be mindful of it. And I am.
Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Soundcloud | Stitcher I had a thrilling conversation with Dr. Kristina Brovig. Kristina is a GP in the UK
I became a fan of journaling. It has now been 3 years and I am only adding to it. Even though I started bullet journal style, I guess in a way I created my own personal style.
My end of the month ritual is the moment in time where I allocate more than a 10 minutes to my bullet journal and, with it, I reflect, and I plan.
Today, I was forced to hit reset. I wonder if one day I will just hit reset, but not be bed-bound. Maybe that should be my goal for 2020.
Having recently tried the 21 days Abundance Meditation, I learnt a few bits about myself. Mostly, I reminded myself to be abundant with my time and my mind. More growth. Less perfection.
What happens when we try to incorporate too many self-care, self-development or productivity tools that suddenly there is one (or two) too many?
You are probably laughing as you read this. Slowing down, YOU Sara? I know, it sounds ludicrous! But the truth
All I can think of this week is how happy I am that another school year as a working mum is pausing. I need to reset my domino.
As Baby S is back on antibiotics, my world stops spinning. I can’t think of nothing else. It would not be honest of me to do that.
Guilt is not a thing of the past. No matter how much men lean in, women emancipate, different models of marriage appear, guilt is permanent.