Monthly Archives: July 2011

Seeking our own reassurance

On the back of my last post, in which I reported some positive changes in some habitual, unhealthy behaviours, I thought I’d record a few more. It seems I’m on a roll so why not celebrate the good stuff for … Continue reading

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What’s your body telling you?

So over the last week or so (apologies, it’s been a while since my last post), I’ve actually managed to listen to my body and respond to its needs. Now, I know this isn’t rocket science. In fact, it’s something … Continue reading

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Our core is mush

“Our core is mush.” That’s what my yoga teacher said to me the other day. Now, before I go on, I should just clarify something. The phrase ‘my yoga teacher’ suggests I have a regular yoga practice, and that is … Continue reading

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Strength in weakness

I haven’t blogged for a while and have had a rather slow, quiet and pensive week following my exhausting trip to Maputo, Mozambique. I’ve been nursing my swollen, dry eyelids, catching up on sleep, watching a little too much TV … Continue reading

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Mixed feelings

So, it’s been an interesting week here in Maputo and both sides of my split personality have been fully present. The side of me that comes alive in foreign climes and gets a buzz from the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, … Continue reading

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