Let me first say that to understand the yoga lessons I’ve learned, you don’t need to practice yoga. You just need to practice life.
For my fellow bloggers and humans who are not artistically skilled when it comes to graphic design: This post is for you. The three wonderful women highlighted here are my go-to sources for beautiful free graphics, and I can’t help but share my appreciation for what they do.
Lemon water is a wonderful thing. It boasts some amazing beneficial qualities that render it a worthy addition to your morning routine. One of my favorite benefits of lemon water is that it’s so easy to incorporate into daily life.
This is a poem about loss but also life; it is an understanding that perhaps loss exists only within our perceptions, and maybe life is truly a continuation, never stopping at all.
Connect with nature and nourish your soul with this simple homemade sugar scrub recipe. Your skin will thank you. Plus, it smells heavenly.
Motherhood is a phenomenon, a wonder to behold in this world. Motherhood is an experience of love and sometimes loss, of holding on and learning to let go, of teaching and learning. Motherhood is love.
This is a healing poem on letting go of the inner chains of sorrow, on breaking down the walls we build inside of us. I hope you find this to be a reading with its own meaning to you.
Though the language of this metaphysical text can sometimes be overwhelming, there’s a profoundly simply underlying message that speaks to all: That message is peace and love through forgiveness. These quotes about love form a small sampling of that message.
This poem about moving on is closely tied to the emotional struggles of letting go and trusting new beginnings. Sometimes through tear-stained forgiveness, we can learn to let our past guide us along the path of love, rather than keep us from creating a better tomorrow.