Bliss by the Billabong

Bliss by the Billabong

One of the very fortunate side effects of turning your passion into your profession is that your “work opportunities” start to resemble the things you would choose to do in your play time anyway. Last week, Nic and I headed to Sydney for a few different...
An A(yur)veda Adventure at Wanderlust

An A(yur)veda Adventure at Wanderlust

It won’t come as a surprise to anybody that I’m prone to running myself into the ground, especially given how much I bang on about it (and yet still struggle to find that elusive “balance” – let’s just say it’s a work in...
The curated reality of Instagram

The curated reality of Instagram

You may have already realised that I am a HUGE fan of Instagram, not least because it has facilitated the most wonderful transition in my life from corporate lawyer to life loving funtrepreneur. On top of providing a foundation and community for our two businesses,...
Retreat revelations from Journey Retreats

Retreat revelations from Journey Retreats

I have generally observed, and most of you will agree, that the most transformative and developmental phases of our lives happen when we’re away from the daily grind. While most of you have heard of the distinction between “working IN vs working ON your...
5 de-bloat tips from the gut goddess

5 de-bloat tips from the gut goddess

5 de-bloat tips from the gut goddess + how to make your own matcha water kefir   You’ve probably all heard me talk about my troublesome tummy at one stage or another and my lifelong struggle to de-bloat. Luckily, I am surrounded by some serious health and...
Why “self help” isn’t always good for you

Why “self help” isn’t always good for you

A little piece I wrote for my friends at A Conscious Collection. All images from ACC. I’m the first person to recommend a host of “self-help” books/articles/podcasts both personal and, even more so, professional. Particularly in my transition from corporate to...

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