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March 24, 2020

I’ve had a lot of blogs in the past, and various Instagram accounts to match: yoga accounts, personal accounts, recovery accounts, and a foodie account before we knew what the hell we were doing with photography. I always had this idea that if I could document somethin...

March 24, 2020

Forming a consistent home practice can be a challenge to say the least. I have often found myself quitting half way through, or skipping parts of the video...

March 12, 2020

Okay. You have to hear me out on this one. These oats are delicious, especially when paired with some creamy chocolate coconut yogurt (and a coffee obvs). I have them everyday at the moment because I just can't get enough! I love that they are super dense, which I tota...

March 12, 2020

I make banana bread all the time. It's delicious, versatile, we pretty much always have the ingredients in, but also (mainly) because I have a boyfriend who eats A LOT and banana bread sets us up for snacks for at least a few days.

I like to have a play with different r...

February 6, 2020

MAY YOGA RETREAT 

2-3rd May 2020

The Acorn Wellness Retreat, Harrogate

Spring/Summer retreats at The Acorn are always kind of magical. Every year I am surprised by how well The Acorn transforms and moves with the seasons, which perhaps is silly, after all, it is very much...

December 11, 2019

LETTING GO OF IDENTITY - FEELING LOST & ED RECOVERY

November 27, 2019

This week.

Where do I start?

It’s not been terrible - not as bad as the darkness I felt before this 'all in’ thing. It’s more been a manageable level, a dull pain, like the way old broken bones ache in the cold. 

I find myself questioning where and how this cycle starts....

November 20, 2019

Recovery - I wake up and I already feel anxious; it’s quite intense. My heart is beating, blood pumping in the way it does when you step out into a road and then immediate...

November 15, 2019

In 'The Power of Vulnerability' Brené Brown talks about foreboding joy, which, put simply is always preparing yourself for the worst, a ‘dress rehearsal for tragedy’. It is the belief that things can’t stay good forever, so you try to desensitise yourself to disaster b...

November 12, 2019

We are just over a week into this ‘all in’ recovery journey and already I feel like a snowball. I often use the analogy of a snowball to describe my feelings i

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