Not just any sport or game. Pick one you haven't touched for ages. It could be something from your childhood or a favourite sport you have neglected for lack of time. Give it a go once more and let your brain pump those endorphins! (happy chemicals when we exercise/do something we love)
Although I would never trade my pani-puri or chai for a bratwurst and beer (well, for a Glühwein maybe); I love what living abroad has done for me.
Reconnecting with nature is always rejuvenating. Take a walk today- in the company of another or your beautiful self. If the weather permits, walk bare feet. On sand or grass or mud or for brave hearts- on snow. Walking bare-footed has astonishing results. Even in as little as 5 minutes. As you connect with nature, … Continue reading Day 15: Take a Walk
Movement and music combined, make magic. Ok, not always, but almost always. Either way, shouldn’t you be part of it? It doesn’t matter if you have two left feet or three. Just get your groove on and shimmy on! West Coast Swing is my hot favourite at the moment and I suggest you check it … Continue reading Day 12: Put on your dancing shoes
Happy 3rd Advent beautiful people! Today's all about getting flexible and fit, the fun way. I love Yoga, so for me it's trying my hands and feet and neck and hips at the "CROW" or Bakasana. Take to the mat, the bike or the track; and get those bodies flowing again. It's easy to get … Continue reading Day 11: Flex those hips
Yes you read right. Let's make our pair of breathers happy. Before you take off screaming - all in the name of exercise of course; let's check our options. For starters, there's what we all did best the moment our tiny feet hit this sticky universe. We cried and screeched at the top of our lungs! What a wonder … Continue reading Day 7: Exercise those Lungs!
The rush of anticipation When you come face to face With your old first love Your hands know precisely That familiar feel and tingle Years apart mean nothing The wind whips your hair Your legs turn to wings And you just feel home Heart pounding you leap And sink it right in Sweet joy, oh … Continue reading My old first love