You know these books about how to become rich or how to get a millonaire’s mindset? Well, this post is a little bit different as I’m going to tell you why I don’t want to be a millonaire anymore.
It’s Thursday and you know what that means: a new podcast episode! This episode is really a special one as I talk to intuitive fitness coach Racquel Wallen about intuitive eating, diet culture and that being healthy has nothing to do with our body size.
Hello, loves! Today on the podcast I talk about a topic that is very dear to my heart: body love and intuitive eating! If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I have a history behind me of undereating, binge-eating, overexercising, and obsessively wanting to be skinny. In short, falling victim to diet culture. Unfortunately, I’m not alone.
It’s 2021 and chances are (especially as a millennial) that you are fascinated or even involved in some kind of spiritual practice. I, for example, always had a natural curiosity for astrology and all things supernatural or witchy. This Christmas I even wished for my own Tarot card set! For you it may be talking to ghosts, connecting to the Pleiadians, or outer body experiences through meditation.
Happy New Year 2021 🎉✨🥂! What a whirlwind the last one has been. Do you remember my blog post from last year where I welcomed you to the Golden 20s 2.0? Well, looking back my predictions weren’t too far from the truth.
The first time I’ve experienced stress-induced pain in my body was during college. My grandpa had just moved into a retirement home. So, we spent the next weekend getting his appartment ready to be rented out again. We were just ripping out the carpet when I felt a sudden sharp pain spreading across my left shoulder.
Meditation has been a buzzword for a while now but meditative walking/running is relatively new in the wellness world. But what exactly is it?
When I woke up today, an idea came to my head. What if your zodiac sign determines the way you should work out? What if your zodiac sign determines the way you should work out?
Yesterday was just one of those days again. I woke up and felt anxious for no reason. Nothing seemed to help calm me down until I discovered deep stretching.
As a self-proclaimed health nut I love to learn about and try new wellness hacks. But is this behavior really healthy anymore?