I know, I know. Guided visualization and meditation can seem like some new-age hippie stuff, like something you’d never think about trying. Yoga is fine, though. Yoga is normal. People go to yoga studios all the time, and they seem… good. Zen, even. But you […]
Eat good food. Make pretty things. Practice radical self-love.
My body craves yoga. Not just in the I-feel-good-when-I-do-it way. Something deep within my bones, my spirit, my joints, my tendons just cries out for it. Tonight, I relaxed into pigeon pose after an eventful evening in the kitchen – dinner was squash chili, green beans, […]
Yvette Morrissey is a journalist, yogi, solo-female traveler and ex-travel agent from New Zealand. In 2016, Yvette found herself single, broke, and overworked, so she sold all her possessions and moved to Canada. She blogs about her worldwide travels at WayfaringKiwi.com while promoting a minimalist […]
Part I: You are good enough and creative enough for this I’ve always loved art, but I’ve never been very good at it. I have sketchbooks full of attempted drawings and closets full of paintings gone wrong (with the best intentions and ideas). I also […]
Our internet and cable have been out all day, so I’ve been running around town with husband getting some fun new groceries, and sitting outside on my patio in the sunshine catching up on phone calls. NO TIME TO BLOG? The horror. I’m using this tray […]
You guys, I have a serious question. How do you make friends when you’re an adult? I think it’s easiest when you’re in college. College is a built-in friend fest. You go to your neighbors’ house and watch Grey’s Anatomy and eat chocolate chip cookies every […]
Lately, I’ve been doing something dumb. Really dumb. I have a super exciting self-care project I’ve been working on (along with my upcoming Self-Care Challenge), and instead of being excited, I’ve been majorly stressing myself out about it. Finding people to share my idea with. […]