A Yogafied Blog

A 3 Step Process To Prioritise Friendship Over Busyness

Posted 13 March, 2018
Article 109
Have you ever had that experience of being so crazy busy that you allow two or more months to go by before connecting with a good friend? When you finally do reach out and see them you find yourself thinking why have I left this so long.
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No Last Chances

Posted 23 February, 2018
Article 107
Do you sometimes worry that you’re running out of time? I’ve come to believe that a lot of the stress we create for ourselves is based on our misconception of time – and lack of it. Especially in motherhood, which is the ultimate surrender of preference.

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60 Fun Ideas To Inspire Your Self-Care

Posted 13 February, 2018
Article 105
Most of us know that looking after ourselves is best for our success in life and our happiness. However, unfortunately, many of us are not that good at it.

Often as modern super women, we are so busy organising and rushing around looking after the needs of other’s, within our career, business or family that we forget to consider how our own energy stores will be restocked.
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Where there's a will there's a way

Posted 27 January, 2018
Article 103
This time of year we’re swamped with messages about creating goals and healthy habits. Loathsome ideas like ‘New Year, New You’ are plastered on every magazine cover in the supermarket. Of course imagining our fabulous new habits is the easy part. It’s often the following through that we mere mortals have trouble with...
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Find meaning in your creativity

Posted 8 November, 2017
Article 102
What have you got in you that is wanting to be created? What is in your heart that is tapping you on the shoulder asking you to be released?

As adults we have to put down our fear.

A book doesn’t have to be published to be expressed. A poem doesn’t have to be sold to be shared. A painting doesn’t have to be a Picasso for the artist to enjoy the process of creating it.
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Your mum guilt serves no one

Posted 17 October, 2017
Article 100
On Monday last week while visiting our local supermarket I became separated from our son.

More specifically, I lost him.

As I did my civic duty and recycled my soft plastics, he slipped away behind me and walked off in a different direction. I paced up and down the forecourt looking for him.

Two minutes, three minutes, four minutes passed.

My heart felt like it was lifting, millimetre-by-millimetre up in to my throat. My breath became laboured. Large doses of adrenalin started coursing through my nervous system.
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