Yes. I know it’s hard, rolling out your mat in the morning and actually getting on it. (I’ll tell you why if feels so hard in this post)
So maybe you’re a lunch time yogi. Or you wait until you come home and have a nice little evening flow.
But what time is actually best to practice yoga or work out? And while we’re at it: what is the best time for a big meal, a creative meeting or even asking for a raise? Ayurveda has the answers!
Every spring and autumn, I get a lot more people who ask me for a 3 week personalised yoga plan.
Not because I promote more in spring & autumn : ) But because these transitional seasons are challenging for our bodies.
People usually feel heavier & tired after winter or they get into a bad sleep-bad diet-no exercise-everything feels like crap-viscous cycle.
Luckily there are lots of little things you can do to swing back into balance. Here are my top 5 tips for spring!
It’s weird but it’s true: many women love looking at what other women eat.
Is it because it allows us to navigate through the maze of advice on how & what to eat? Or does it make us feel good about those cookies when we know others eat them too?
But I have to admit: I love watching what I ate videos & blogs : )
So here is mine.
Everyone warned me for stretch marks, an inflated butt, swollen feet and gaining a massive amount of weight.
But no one warned me for the intense worry that comes with loving a tiny new being that’s growing in your belly more than you love your own life.
So I found 5 ways to reduce or stop the worrying which – unlike the physical things that I was able to prevent most of the time – felt like it was something almost inevitable during my pregnancy.
“There we go again, 2 months of hell.”
Is what a friend said when temperatures reached 38 degrees Celsius in Madrid.
(I know there will be someone reading this with a blanket on the couch after a week of non-stop rain and 10 degrees. If that’s you: I’m sorry)