There comes a point in everyone’s lives where jobs, relationships, money and everything else just seems to swallow you up, making everyday harder and harder until the point where you have to physically sit down and evaluate what’s going on. Stress is the most common culprit here however anxiety does join forces every now again … More Re-balance Turkey Retreat
Recently, I had a really good friend of mine around from London, originally from New Zealand. We spent hours conversing about life, the good the bad and the ugly. Majority of our conversations were filled with laughter and sarcastic comments, one conversation which we both felt incredibly passionate about was the idea of food and … More Mindful Waste – Food
My alarm woke me up at 6am on Thursday morning, not only did I manage not to hit the snooze button but I got up and got ready for my early morning session at Kingstreet Townhouse. One of my favourite classes to teach as this isn’t just your average yoga class but it’s your average … More The Magic of Yoga
How often do you walk into your bathroom and just sigh to yourself because you have to throw out another razor that will not only be thrown into another waste bin but to know that some sorry animal will probably try eating it somewhere down the line and if it dies, it’s clearly all of … More Mindful Waste – Beauty
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Marrakesh is a place where people go to explore the maroon coloured streets filled with trinklets and fresh food thats plated amongst the tiny narrow streets. Shops situated in the walls of the fortress that surrounds the people and it’s homes like a huge dome.
I managed to jump off the WordPress bandwagon for a short period of time because sometimes life just get’s too busy, especially when you have taken up way more teaching and completely emerged yourself into the world of Yoga. ( Raises hand slightly) One thing that sprung to mind when I thought about returning to … More Expectations of Yoga Teachers
I found myself scrolling through instagram like I always do looking for inspiration, shopping to buy things that I don’t need, destinations for my next travels and yoga poses that I need to master. During my endless scrolling I came across one girls post who I follow not to the extreme but have a quick … More How To Embrace Jealousy
A term I learned in Yoga not so long ago. An ego that is disguised as a mask. Comparison.
Journaling isn’t for everyone, some people take one look at a book and and pen and think of hitting their head against some rocks. For me it’s a form of venting, an outlet with a purpose. I spend a lot of time journaling, sometimes articles made for newspapers, sometimes about one subject. I even curate … More Thoughts on Journaling
Every street holds a business, within each business, there are wellness advocates who pledge themselves to weekly yoga classes to help them calm their inner thoughts about food, relationships, careers and mostly just to keep that zen in the mind. This is where I step in.
As you might have guessed Instagram is taking the lead in every form of platform, from fitness freaks to famous cats that parade around in costumes all day. Social media has physically taken over the world in terms of technology and creates possibilities for people to showcase their lives, travels, careers, and inspirations all online … More My Top 5 Women’s Wellness Instagrams.
`I want to get straight to the point with this post as I usually tend to talk a lot beforehand for my own benefit. This is just a quick and cute post about some of the questions Luke and I get asked about our lives when we travel and when we are stationary, here’s some … More 5 Travel Questions – Answered
Every year always equals a new you. We throw out the old version full of mistakes, stupid comments, and notoriously bad eating habits and we bring in a fresher, leaner happier version and we all do this by reminiscing about our previous year and learning from the old version of who we were and look … More 2018: The Best Of Me. Traveling. Yoga. Blogging. Nutrition.
As 2017 comes to a close and the bottles of champagne are all scattered in your recycling bin, the leftover food now safely in our stomachs and the memories of last night start to descend into the distant past. Now is the perfect time to reflect on what has happened in the previous year but … More Reflection & Setting Intentions.
It’s about that time in December where you walk around Christmas shopping and all you can hear is coughing and sickness being spread behind you. You want to turn around and tell people to cover themselves, to go home take a bath and have a good long look at themselves, Instead, you turn around to see … More Winter Wonderland Juice
I frequently get asked after I post some seriously delicious pictures of my smoothies what the secret is and why they taste so great! Well, folks, I decided to write it all down in one blog post so you can cook up some delicious smoothies all by yourself for a postworkout.
Every year I write a post on Luke and my anniversary, as cringy and sickly as that may make you feel, it’s important for me because it’s like my own personal journal that thousands of people read, I note down all of the good points and maybe some of the bad If I’m feeling generous … More The Raw Truth
When I get Ideas for posts, I quickly note them down to make sure that when the times right I come back to them and empty my soul onto paper to just get it all out. Today’s topic inspired by my yoga classes and my teachers in India, we need to talk about Acknowledgment!
What can I say about you India, you broke me at points, changed my perspective and showed me a way of life that I’ve grown to love over the past 2 months. As much as you are dangerous you are a true piece of gold hidden away from the rest of the world.
“Reiki” (ray-key) is Japanese for ‘universal life energy, and is also a word used to describe a system of natural healing, This tradition was founded by Mikao Usui in the early 20th century and evolved as a result of his research, experience, and dedication.
I recently came back from my travels in India where I completed my 200-Hours at Vinyasa Yoga School. As many schools in India, they all run off the same kind of system in terms of class schedules, location, food etc. When I read about my course previous to going……. Ok, I lied I didn’t really … More Yoga Teacher Training – Checklist
Growing up is the hardest part of being an adult. We want the fun but not the responsibility, We want to party until the sun goes down but we don’t want to work the next day. We want to be in love but not commit, We want to grow old living in an expensive house … More Independence is key.
Last night Luke and I were sat in bed like we normally do after date night just talking the night away with our dreams, ambitions, life purposes and just general chit chat like all couples do before they go to sleep. I found myself thinking about our anniversary 7 months away from being together for … More My 5 Key Points To A Happy Relationship
This was one of my more unconventional days where everything seemed to go wrong. You know when you feel like the universe is just not on your side, well today was one of those days, hot yoga broke me in ways I can’t explain, not only did it shake my self-esteem into thinking I need … More Deansgate Shoot
There is a process in which you go through when you first experience traveling. It’s almost like a lost code which you have finally rediscovered from the hidden depths of the sea. It changes you, not just your physical self but your emotion wellbeing, a self that not many of your friends will understand, your … More 5 Traits You Gain From Traveling
If you’ve been reading my blog posts you would of seen that my last trip was to the beautiful land that is Morocco visiting both Casa Blanca and Marrakesh. This trip made me feel so full of love for my friends and Morocco itself. You know when you laugh so much that you gain a … More Maidens In Morocco
Morocco is a place full of wonders and shiny jewels that glisten in the deep holes of the market. It’s a place where you can loose hope but gain experience from the blind beggars on the corners of streets. The heat is almost blinding but in the most magical way that you feel instantly relaxed … More 5 Points you need to to know about Marrakech
I can feel the plane shifting from side to side, People are being awaken from their slumbers due to the consistency of the of shaking, even the flight attendants are making faces at each other, going through the protocols in their heads, trying to keep a cool composure as they ask everyone to stay seated … More Flight Anexity
I have spent weeks, no months planning the next perfect year full of adventures all over this magical planet. However being so indulgent in what the world has to offer you can only do so much in a year which is why I had to come up with a few favourites instead. Wanderlust is a … More 2017 Travel Bucket list
Lets take honesty to a new level here. I spend ALOT and I don’t mean the average 1-2 hours on a computer or phone like everyone else. I mean I spend about 3-4 hours everyday on my computer working my fingers to the bone to try and get work for clients and companies done before … More Confessions Of A Travel Blogger.
Florence happens to be one of those places where you assume there isn’t much to do or see because Instagram is raving all about it, well you are completely wrong. Florence happens to be one of the most stunning places I have every seen……
I heard this word a lot whilst traveling. I found it in magazines, talks, press nights. You name it, I heard it. After a while I started to wonder what does it really mean because in England we don’t really use that kind of word to talk about our careers. This though, is a different … More Non-Negotiables
Five years is a very long time. That’s how old a child is when they start school…… It’s a seriously long time and if you have been following me since day one or met Luke and I you will know that that’s how long we have been together now.
Everybody has to start somewhere, many travellers like myself have found that working in small time jobs to pay for the big adventures works as quite a treat. There’re so many travel bloggers and photojournalist in this day and age that it’s incredibly hard to get everything including flights, accommodation and food all paid for … More How we did Italy on a Budget.
After living in Sicily for 2 months I found it was time to travel around the Northern part of Italy for little bit, explore the towns and see everything I could with Luke by my side however having important meetings and stuff to sort out when we get back we had been limited to only … More Rome Bucketlist
As you may have guessed if you have read my previous posts, that I have been traveling for the last 18 months with my Boyfriend Luke. We had the time of our lives and you can see that in what I write. However Luke and I have been in a relationship for nearly five years … More Why It’s Important To Travel Alone
So why do we travel? We travel for love, we travel to escape, we sometimes travel because we are jealous of all the other travellers out there but what we do as a majority is we dream. Yes I said it, we dream about the day we book our one way ticket and head for … More Just Get Up & Go
Planning on your first trip solo? or maybe you just wanted to take some time out for yourself to rediscover and all that jazz? Well before you panic and think that your going to be the only one on your own, your not. Honestly figures wise I have no idea but I’m certain that there … More Travel Tips : Going Solo
This year has been a rollercoaster, I have been up mountains, touched the sand in the deepest oceans and learnt so much about myself I honestly didn’t think there was this many layers to a person. All of which came from working hard and trying to picture the light at the end of the tunnel … More Travel 2016 – My top destinations
I started Au Pairing in Australia, Perth for a wonderful family in 2015. (The details are disclosed for the family’s privacy) At first I didn’t really understand what an Au Pair was until I met 3 girls on the east coast. They started telling me all about their lives and then the golden ball dropped, … More Life of an Au Pair
Check out some of our amazing adventures, From the east coast of Aus to The North of New Zealand!
On the weekend just gone, the family I am Au Pairing for decided it would be nice if we took two days out to go to the north-west side of the Island, Palermo. I had heard so much about this place but I couldn’t decide for myself until we actually set foot on the road, … More What I did in Palermo DAY 1
Traveling as a couple is one of the toughest but the most rewarding experience you can have and here’s why………
Ciao from Italy, people.
Vinyasa flow … More Basic Stretches
I can honestly say that I am a foodie person. I could spend hundreds on eating out every night because food is just everything to me. Every time I have visited a different city or culture the first thing I look for is food, not just because Im hungry but because what a lot of … More 3 Best Eats In Manchester
I found that documenting our travels is a great way to look back on all of our memories over the years, since posting them we’ve had such good feed back about them that its encouraged us to do more so here is our North island video from our roadtrip around NZ.
I found myself in my yoga practise today feeling quite content after so many years of self doubt and shaming my body/spirit/mind for things I could not change. I’ve decided to take charge of my life do what I truly want and not what is expected of me from everyone else.
Creating another moment of magic with my dear friend Mattea.