Six different yogis who have a certain zen, an inner peace, a shiny presence in common, share their wisdom on yoga.
Pulling delicate fronds of household dust from Henry the Hoover feels strangely cathartic as I take a break from multi-tasking to empty the dust bag
I left my family home at the beginning of lockdown. This isn’t the fresh start in a new home I’d planned for but I am learning some unexpected lessons.
Social distancing is hard. Here are 3 tips I learned along my journey to recovery from depression and anxiety and 3 things to avoid. Be kind!
What’s your word for this year? Imagine you were given a bracelet to wear, adorned with a word of your choice, to inspire you, what word would you pick?
When a friend asked me about my attitude of gratitude, I felt a little smug, until she made me reframe gratitude. It also means giving and sharing.
A springboard for spirituality, a tool for transition: open the pages of The Artist’s Way for your life to improve. Here are 3 things they’ve taught me.
Fancy a bit more fun? Then find your inner child. Remember what you used to like doing as a kid and do it again. But I found out that it’s not that simple.
Add the ‘Extra’ to your ‘Ordinary’ – Four activities to build connection, get creative, cultivate gratitude and unleash your silly side
Four little projects which are free and easy, each with big results: add meaning to your life and open up your mindset, inviting you to see the world just a little bit differently.
I never saw myself as a tree hugger. A nature lover, yes… but hugging a tree was just too conkers bonkers! Here is how I ended up hugging my first tree.