Food as fuel

Food as fuel

It’s nothing new until it’s new for you. We typically use food as a stimulant, as entertainment, as something to sooth our boredom. There’s something incredibly liberating about breaking away from this. When we start choosing food as fuel we start choosing to feel great. This is one of my favourite meals, salmon salad, yum!! … Continue reading

My I’m too busy Checklist

My I’m too busy Checklist

Here’s a quick checklist I wrote for myself a few days ago just to keep myself on track with the basic things that we (uhem.. I) like to pretend don’t really effect me but do. And I also wrote corresponding actions so I didn’t even have to think about what I needed to do. Don’t … Continue reading

Shifting perspective

Shifting perspective

“Once there was a disciple of a Greek philosopher who was commanded by his master for three years to give money to everyone who insulted him. When this period of trial was over the Master said to him: now you can go to Athens and learn Wisdom. When the disciple was entering Athens he met … Continue reading

Root down to Rise up

Sometimes I surprise myself with my own stupidity, my ability to share knowledge with others but inability to see the glaringly obvious in my own life. I’ve been pondering a question these past few days, how can I get my energy back to being super fast? Okay so my energy is naturally very fast but … Continue reading

Forgiveness sets us free

Forgiving someone sets us free. Forgiveness means to love someone for who they are and not for who you want them to be. It doesn’t ever excuse the behaviour. It doesn’t let someone off the hook. Forgiveness frees your heart to love. It doesn’t invite the behaviour back into your life. You can forgive someone … Continue reading

A little bit of meditation goes a long way

Like with most things, I go through phases of practicing daily. Meditation is possibly the only practice that I come back to time after time and always feel better for it. Recently I’ve been doing my two minute meditation a lot but it’s not been giving me the same benefit as before. So today I … Continue reading

The Fear of Not Belonging

The Fear of Not Belonging

How often does our desire to belong close us off from being our true selves? I know on numerous occasions my desire to belong means I’ve played it small, kept it within limits I know are more acceptable to others. I often have to remind myself that this type of thinking doesn’t serve me, but … Continue reading