I’m a yoga teacher. You guys probably know this about me by now. I teach others to ‘yoga’. But, what, really, does this mean? For non-yogis or those on the fence, there’s the image of a class full of harem-pant clad twenty-somethings who chant and talk about their third eye and how much kombucha they’ve … More The yoga of the revolution
I’ve been a qualified nutritionist for a few years now. And a keen learner about this sort of thing for what seems like forever. So, you’d expect me to have one of those fridges Well and Good post about to show how amazing my diet is. Yeah. About that. It all begins like you’d expect. I’m a … More Eat more waffles
Well folks, you’ll find me writing this post from good ol’ Blighty. It’s currently drizzling and cloudy, and I’m in heaven (a little bit). Change is the current topic of discussion in my internal world right now: Bali is behind me, my business isn’t being bought for too-many zeros by Google, and I can no longer … More You can’t stop the drizzle
In light of things business-related, maybe with some slight delirium from bashing a monitor for three hours hoping to get Photoshop to work, I’ve changed the name o’the site (incase you hadn’t noticed). And the font’s new too. Hope it’s slightly easier on your eyes. The other way was naff anyway, right? All the love.
Hello dear followers. Thanks for stopping by. So, I’m in Bali, as planned. But actually, some stuff is happening I hadn’t planned for. Bali is hot, sunny, and full of wonderful plants. But, a week in, and actually I’m not warming to the place (despite my unrelenting sweating). It’s pretty for the most part, but … More A hunt for shade
Social media is a weird old place for yoga, don’t you think? I’ve recently started building my own yoga brand, @honeyyoga, and found I had more followers than my personal instagram account before I’d even posted anything. And when reposting some old yoga content on @honeyyoga it received double the number of likes than before … More Radio of awesome
Have you ever been stuck behind an older driver (invariably driving a Honda Jazz)? I have come to the frightening conclusion that as we get older we must gradually factor more and more time to drive anywhere. I wonder if anyone has ever noticed themselves doing this…
So, the day has arrived: My other half has buggered off to work in France for the winter skiing season. Hurrah! you might think. A tidy bedroom, half the washing, and one less person coming home with rustling, chocolate-filled pockets to tempt my addiction. Yes, all these things are great, but I feel a bit … More Embrace the crazy
So, progression has been slow. We’ve got temporary lodgings with family whilst we fit out the vanosaurus (I know) with lots of cool stuff. Now, lodging with family can, at times, be tricky, but these lodgings aren’t all that bad. There’s a puppy who likes weeing on things, a borrowed hamster/pigeon duo (both a bit of … More Lessons from a Renault
I realise this may seem a little off theme but as I intend to discuss the nature of happiness and where it can be found, and as these little fellas make me smile so much, I thought I’d share to perhaps induce some droplets of happiness into someone else’s life! I recently stumbled upon the … More When life gives you lemons, plant the seeds!