I used to be a To-Do List Queen. Working in technology, you'd think I'd be super organised with one to-do list on the go. There are tons of apps to choose from. OneNote has always been a personal favourite. But no, my lists were everywhere - one on my computer, one in my email, one … Continue reading Rethinking My To-Do List(s)
Sugar, sugar, sugar. That's what I usually think of when I see holiday baking. Treats around the office water cooler? A little brownie here, a chocolate chip cookie there... the temptations abound! And so, I present to you, the energy ball. The fundamental ingredients are the same, but with a little creativity, you can adapt … Continue reading Yogi Treats: Coconut Peanut Butter Energy Balls
The Faroe Islands are comprised of 18 volcanic islands, located between Iceland, Norway, and Scotland. Because of its' remote location, these islands are largely untouched, offering beautiful, pristine landscapes, waiting to be explored, and photographed. Hike up traditional Faroese pathways, and breathe in some of the cleanest air in the world.
One of the biggest challenges with traveling so much, is coming home to an empty fridge. Because it often takes a few days before I can get to a grocery store, or prefer to wait for our weekend farmer's markets, I'm constantly looking for quick, healthy recipes that require few ingredients. These coconut scones couldn't … Continue reading Yogi Treats: Coconut Scones
Las Vegas – a magical place where you can shun all responsibilities and do whatever you want without being judged. The best part is that “whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Sounds great, right? I was 14 years old when I made my first visit to Vegas. I was fascinated by the larger than … Continue reading Weekend in Las Vegas – Yogi Style (A Healthy Guide to Las Vegas)
So, now that you’ve chosen a destination, you need to find the best way to get there. “Best” considers cost, time, and convenience. Depending on your destination, it may be possible for you to find transportation by way of trains, buses, car, bicycle, or foot. However, the largest expense for most travelers is airfare. Here … Continue reading Flight Tips: How to Find the Best Flights for your Travels
Having travelled somewhere every month for the past decade or so, this is by far, the most popular question I am asked. People are always very surprised when I reply with, “I don’t know yet” with only a week or two left before the next month, and are even more astonished when they realize that … Continue reading So, where are you going next? (How to Choose Your Next Travel Destination)
Calling all yoga and photography enthusiasts and adventurers! Are you an amateur photographer interested in developing your skills in shooting landscapes? Come! Or perhaps you are interested in learning to shoot yoga models in landscapes? This retreat is for you! Serious photographers, we've got your back. Johnathan will work with you to fine tune your skills to improve your images. And of course, this retreat is for yogis! Beginning yogis, intermediate yogis, advanced yogis. Our mixed levels classes will allow you to start, or deepen your practice. For those yogis interested in developing a yoga portfolio, you also have the opportunity to learn to model yoga poses for our photographers! All of our classes and activities are optional. Come for the yoga, come for the photography, come for the adventure, come for all! We're easy like that 🙂
As an avid traveler, I spend a lot of time in airports, bus stations, train stations, and ferry stations. Layovers, regardless of what type of building they occur in, don't have to be dreaded. Here are 30 things you can do while on a layover: Sightsee – whenever possible, capitalize on layovers by building in … Continue reading Flight Tips: 30 Things to Do on a Layover
Self-care, self-love is so invaluable. While it's not always possible to get away, look for ways to add more me time into every single day. Read on for more ideas to create a retreat environment at home.