13 tips to get your partner on board!

When I began my parenting journey 11 years ago I was very idealistic, my son was not going to eat sugar or watch TV- I was a little extreme in fact! I look back now and role my eyes, my idealistic notions of parenting were exhausting and ensured that I was constantly critical of myself, my husband or my child- it was horrible.   My husband, on …

The pressure to succeed.

Be Something In today’s world there is so much pressure to be something or someone. We have forgotten the value of the ordinary; the everyday living that nourishes us. Time at home with family, nourishing time with friend’s, time alone with our partners or by ourselves. This pressure to succeed is driving us away from one another and away from …

When is enough, enough?

Christmas is approaching and I want to change the way that my children perceive Christmas. I don’t want it to be a gift-receiving extravaganza that is all forgotten about 3 days later. So I am pondering what to do! There are so many expectations around Christmas, presents, and feasts, catching up with people. Currently I’m overwhelmed just at the …

Yoga to support your life

Yoga has supported and guided me throughout my adult life. It has helped me overcome health conditions, insecurities, stressful conditions and improved my perception and clarity of what is important for me. For all of us life is so busy, we are constantly on the move without much time for rest or reflection, I think this way of living leads to many …