Feeling Myself: Mastering The Art of Self-Love

Feeling Myself: Mastering the Art of Self-Love, is a day long retreat designed to make you fall a little more in love with you.

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Connection Comes From Calmness

The thing we most often want is connection, but how do we do that? Connection comes from calmness, not the other way around.

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Clarity Comes From Calmness

You might think that once you’re clear, you’ll feel calm again. But the truth is, it’s the other way around. Clarity comes from calmness.

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The Rush Slows You Down

The rush slows you down to getting where you want, and even more so, to meeting your true love. Here’s a much better and easier approach.

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Aligning to the Energy of Your Soulmate (and Not the Absence of Him)

If you’re focused on the fact that you’re special someone isn’t here yet, then you aren’t aligning with the energy of your soulmate.

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Living the Full Spectrum of Life

The full spectrum of life is beautiful, intense, and colourful to say the least. Enjoy the variety this life has to offer, good and bad.

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What If You Didn’t Give A Shit?

What would your life be like if you didn’t give a shit what people think of you? How would you be spending your days? Who would you be dating? Who would you be? These are some powerful questions; some of which you might be ready to jump in say, I’d be doing the same things, […]

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Shifting Perspective – Turning My “Loss” Into Gain

Like most, I started this year with intense excitement – and then some. Just a few days before the new year and much to my surprise, I found out I was pregnant. I was happy, scared, confused, shocked, a little worried, but mostly in awe of the miracle of life that was forming inside of me. Then […]

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Don’t Go Looking for Your Soulmate – What to do Instead

With the first chapter of 2017 behind us, you might be feeling the pressure to find your soulmate this year. And if meeting that special someone is important to you, then you’ll definitely want to keep reading: Instead of looking for your soulmate, stay open to meeting one – and let the larger part of […]

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How to Create a Vision if You Don’t Know What You Want

With all this talk about creating a vision, you might be thinking – what if I don’t have one?! What if I’m just not sure what I want for my life, my relationship, job, career? How can I create a vision of something I can’t see? Listen, I totally hear you – more than you […]

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How Much Do You Love Yourself? 15 Questions to Reflect On

self-love ˈˌself ˈləv/ noun regard for one’s own well-being and happiness (chiefly considered as a desirable rather than narcissistic characteristic). If you ask me, there’s nothing more relevant to the quality of our lives than how much we love ourselves. Our bodies, jobs, money situations, relationships – everything is affected by the level of our […]

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The Only “Resolution” You’ll Ever Need

It’s the first few days of the new year, and you’re more motivated than ever to go after your dreams. Go on with your bad self. You may even be making a list of resolutions of all the things you want to start – and stop – doing in this new year. So what I’m about […]

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10 Lessons I Learned This Year (#8 Changed My Life)

This year surpassed my expectations on every front – my health has improved on so many levels, my love life has reached new heights (you can now call me a Mrs:)), and my passion has turned into a full-fledged business. So it comes as no surprise that along the way I’ve learned a lesson…or ten. Here […]

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Puja: A Self-Love Ritual

Most people think they love themselves. The truth is, it’s all relative to the awareness you have about how much you don’t, because chances are, there’s at least one thing you’re not being so nice to yourself about. The point isn’t to be sad about it or beat yourself about it…the point is to love […]

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Why It’s Good to Take Time Between Relationships

I’m sure you know as well as I do that serial dating isn’t good for anyone. That time between relationships is so important. The question is, why? Because the space in between events is where your wisdom, your truths and your answers lie. Assuming this last experience was a significant relationship in terms of the […]

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Redefining the Feminist

The other day, someone asked me if I was a feminist. And I gotta say, it took me by surprise. Not because I didn’t know how to answer, but because I didn’t fully understand the relevance of the question. Then it hit me. The way this person was perceiving feminists wasn’t all that positive and that’s […]

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Out of Body Experiences

Have you ever experienced something so intense it felt like you literally stepped out of your body and into a bird’s eye? It’s like you’re suddenly observing yourself from a perspective you don’t often get to see from. I’m sure we’ve both had out of body experiences like these, and they’re freaking powerful. Why? Because, we’re so […]

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Relationship Balance: You, Me and Us

Balance is a tricky word when it comes to anything, let alone, relationships. It’s hard to grasp what balance means in this context. Is there a certain amount of time you’re supposed to spend with each other? Or only a certain amount of love you’re supposed to give? I say, there are no rules. “Relationship balance” […]

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How Awareness and Self-Love Saved My Life

I guess there are some things you don’t know about me. Like the fact that insecurities and body issues were my close companions for the better half of my teenage years. And after dieting and diet pills, I found my real drug of choice at the age of thirteen, bulimia. If you don’t know, bulimia is […]

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Seeking Serenity

Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference. I remember when I heard the serenity prayer for the first time. It was like a beautiful wakeup call – and just the one I needed. I mean, I’d […]

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