When I first began to travel extensively, I read the book The Art of Pilgrimage by Phil Cousineau. I recommend this book for a myriad of reasons as it really expands the idea of how to approach an upcoming journey. One of the main shifts I discovered from his writings was to
Editor’s Note: While climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro is still on our calendar for May, Steve and I have been distracted planning for our Southeast Asia trip that starts in just a few days. Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Hong Kong are all part of the itinerary. Before I can begin to
Day Three: Journey to Africa (If you missed the editorial note and first chapter, please start here: Chapter 1) On 14 February 2011, we left the comfort of Amsterdam for the great unknown of Africa. Our itinerary would take us to Nairobi on KLM Airlines. The plan was to spend the
Many times in our lives, it is necessary to remove toxic influences in our lives. While one blog post is way too short to cover all toxic aspects of life (pollution, work stress, negative people, etc.), I can definitely help you find a great resource to detoxify your body through healthy
Yoga events coming up in the Seattle area designed to inspire and challenge you! Free yoga class, FITT Yoga, and Vision Board workshops.
Last Friday, I thought I would try something different. In my experience, the easiest way to stay motivated in my yoga practice is to try out new teachers and studios. I recently learned about a new type of yoga: FITT Yoga, from Fitt Balance Owner and Trainer, Christen Singer. What