Remember 1995 and the years leading up to it? Those were the years of my late teens – years interspersed with teenage angst, first loves and first (very awkward) sex. Sadly, my diaries of that time, which came close to an encyclopedia with its ten or so volumes, are lost. At some point (it might […]
I missed writing. I really did. I was desperate to get back into it, yet nothing could coax me out of my almost four-year-long refuge. There’s a plethora of reasons why I haven’t blogged in such a long time (apart from a couple of posts about pancakes – and I’m not sure that counts). And […]
I turned 40 two years ago, and it’s been a breeze. I guess it can be, if you are at peace with yourself and if, as it happens to be the case for this not-so-young-anymore lady, you are blessed with good genes. It’s nothing that I am be proud of, nothing that I can claim […]
The decision has been made almost two months ago, and it is only now that I can get myself to put it down on ‘paper’: we are not moving back to London.
Buckwheat pancakes. If the sound of this makes you think of old shoe sole with a hint of stale hazelnut, you shall be forgiven. On a quest to replace white flour with whole grain alternatives, I have tried various recipes with little success. Very much to the dismay of my children, I was determined to […]
If you have tried yoga, you most likely have come across mantra chanting at some point. I love chanting mantras. While singing is fun (especially if no one’s listening ;-)), there is something incredibly soothing, sometimes even magical about chanting.
This is a post I have written a couple of years ago, before owning a yoga studio and before creating the community I wanted to belong to. I am hoping that this post might help another teacher who is facing similar questions… I have asked myself that question a lot over the last summer: What […]
Yoga is good for you – that we know. But what exactly contributes to the overall feel good factor of yoga? Improves your flexibility: so what’s the big deal about touching your toes? Take hamstrings, for example. Tight hamstrings can flatten out the lumbar spine, which leads to tightness and pain in the lower back. […]
My favourite bread of all times is sourdough bread. Soft and moist on the inside, crips and crunchy on the outside, sourdough bread never ceases to excite me, in all its gluten loaded glory.
If you, like me, fancy a filling, healthy breakfast that’s so good it could easily pass as pudding, yet you are not enough of a foodie to let go of the snooze button, I’ve got just the thing for you: