8 years ago I found myself with a newborn baby, a toddler, a startup and all the overwhelm that comes from this. My biggest stress was that whatever I was doing I always felt I should be doing something else. When I was with my baby I was struggling to be truly present because I
I love hot yoga, I’m not overly good at it however spending 75 minutes sweating my little heart out forces my mind to focus on nothing but breathing and contorting my body into the appropriate positions and I walk out feeling like I have accomplished something. Recently as our yogi-master was talking us through a
“New research suggests that sleep is vital in allowing each cell, in every organ of the body, to continue to function. No wonder sleep deprivation is such a highly effective form of torture” – The Sleep Health Foundation I was recently involved in a conversation about people’s sleeping patterns with a number of my colleagues.