Yoga teaches grace, patience and perseverance. As your body transforms, your mind will follow. Thoughts become kinder and you’ll listen as your body speaks.
Inconsistency is a part of life and that’s something that I’m still learning to accept. I am a creature of habit, a lover of consistency. Structure is important to me and spontaneity doesn’t always come naturally.
The studio is quiet, hot and dimly lit. Walking on tiptoes, I locate what seems to be one of the last open plots of space and unfurl my teal-colored mat to claim it. The flip of the mat hitting the ground feels weighty, and loud. I look around but no one else has noticed. I take a seat.
Having personal secrets is healthy and completely ok. Now, I’m not telling you to go sleep with a married man by any means or drive drunk. What I am saying is that it happened, you are ok and nobody needs to know
- BodyLivingMindWatch & ReadWellness
Wasted resonated with me at a time when I needed someone to tell me I was sick. It helped me understand myself in a way no other book has, articulating as it did everything I wanted to say but couldn’t at the time. It was the only raw, and real thing in my life.
I’m not going to lie- my life living away from home is a pretty enticing mixture of cushiness and occasional adventure. There are many reasons as to why I enjoy living away from home. For starters it really puts a good nail into that prying obnoxious question of “so what are you doing with your life?”.
Over the past 2 and a half months I have had a social media detox. It started when I was feeling fed up and slightly unmotivated and I had seen another blogger recently record her account of her 1 week social media detox and I thought to myself, “I’m going to do that. It’s going to be hard, but I am going to do it.”
Fear is an amusing concept. The overwhelming emotion of the absolute worst happening can often cause you to shrink away from completing a task. Fear can run thick through your veins, freezing you both emotionally and physically.
I was in the middle of my hunt of an antidote for anxiety. Finally, I found something interesting: an Instagram account called @MintySlimey. There, Emily Feng, the admin, posts videos of different textures and colors of … wait for it… slime.
About 2-3 months into a new job when I started noticing changes. After every meal, I always felt so sick – sick to the point where I wouldn’t want to eat.
No matter the situation: work problems, relationship problems, physical pain, being on your period, stress, boredom, and loneliness—music can cure.
Do you ever feel like you have way too much on your mind and can’t even think of where to start so you just put yourself into a panic instead? I don’t know about you but it is quite often that I am feeling overwhelmed by stress lately. I think my problem is that I over commit to things.
Already I am questioning the choice of words. Introvert. Is it really a title I can give myself? I’m rarely the least vocal in a group yet never the most out-spoken, never the token blabber mouth.
Most people fear something. Spiders, snakes, heights all the way to personal fears that hold them back from enjoying what could be a fulfilling life. Fears can feel like an instinctive…
Deadlines, crazy schedules, managing finances. We’re a stressed out society, needing a go-to outlet to cope with anxiety is a must; yoga is that outlet. Thanks to the age-old practice,…