Freud asked this. Our men, sometimes exasperated, ask this. Often we know what we need, sometimes we might be unsure. Being completely honest I am too naturally impatient to enjoy most poetry. But I did love this piece by Glennon Doyle, a woman with a pretty interesting life story. Its totally works for you blokes too
Check out this recipe that is fun to do with the kids and is perfect for our new spring weather!
It has fruit sugars and just a touch of maple syrup but the oats stabilise everything.
t’s fascinating how 2020 has brought us together. I witness our collective mood changes. Like a slow moving wave, our mood rises and falls together. I watch as events wash through us and we lift and lower in unison. And yet I notice how we seem to be taken care of. I love abundance…
Oh Joy! I had the pleasure of participating in Vanessa’s Sunday afternoon yin yesterday. Her heavenly pronouncements wafted over me. It was delightful. In my bliss state something really resonated. She asked us to think of five things we were grateful for.
To those few who felt the need to apologise for not seeing us online. Don’t! Live streaming is just not for every situation. Home schooling a kindy kid in a three bedroom apartment is not going to be conducive to a live stream. And I know more than one of you had a pet squeeze you off your mat.
To celebrate coming out of lockdown, you can use smoked salt if you can find it, but I used regular and it was still delish! It’s easy. It’s got a little protein. It contains dark chocolate so it ahem, feeds the hormones and boosts the mood!
We cannot thank all our incredible students enough for supporting our Transform Live Classes. 88 days of closure is a sting for any business and for those who were able to remain on as clients through the crisis, I can never convey in mere words the gratitude, love and thanks I feel. Without you, Transform may have become a memory. Instead, we can endure and can be your present and your future. Thank you Thank You.
It came overnight. The news that our kids would soon return to school full time. I was resolved the home school journey would go on and on and now they are suddenly back with their teachers.
A lot of us have been musing aloud about how ourselves and our world will look and feel when we emerge from Covid Lockdown. I have never forgotten my cousin’s story. She had been living in New York when 9/11 occurred.