Sleep is vital to our day-to-day functioning and overall wellbeing, and as a trained yoga teacher, pranayama teacher and Mind Detox Practitioner - and having struggled with my own sleep in the past - as well as knowing the importance of sleep after being deprived when raising a young family - I decided to finally … Continue reading How can we find peace with our sleep?
Going to a fashion event such as Canberra's FASHFEST or London Fashion Week can have us screaming out, "What will I wear!?" to the point of our faces turning a crimson hue... not a good look! With my experience* I've seen loads of outfits; some fashion faux pas, yet others; stunning outfits worn by audience members … Continue reading 9 Rules for What to Wear to a fashion event like Canberra’s #FASHFEST
Time is so key isn't it? And by association of before and after a specific point in time, LATE: /leɪt/ is so important too! Use the term late this week as a noun, adjective or adverb... but don't use it too late!
To fix up or build on an area of actual ground or on a hosting platform - so many uses of the term SITE: /sʌɪt/ in just one simple sentence.
I saw the ship sailing long before you boarded The waves crashed but I was always in calm waters The weather was my friend for days after you’d left The wind sailed me safely to the harbour By J P Martin
Vein /veɪn/ is a word that flows towards my heart like the oxygen-depleted blood it carries.
AND is a noun in the world of electronics... I'm not in that world - so AND /ənd/ is a conjunction to me, one learned so early on and loved by children during speech... it connects words to create phrases, and clauses to create complex sentences... CONNECTIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS... Give it up ladies AND gentleman for the … Continue reading Word of the Week: AND
A verb or a noun - love the multi-functional words like RUN /rʌn/... Be quick to remember the word run, in the event you run out on other words this week.
Is your cup half full? Than raise your winning cup to the word CUP /kʌp/ this week.
I write about a number of subjects... one of which is Yoga, and I have an article in the Summer Special of Kindred Spirit called Is Yoga a Religion?