My Lists

…now it’s YOUR turn!

Feeling uninspired?? Me too. You know a great way to climb out of a rut is to dream and make a list of your favorite things - whether places to visit, things to do outdoors, favorite desserts, ANYTHING to awaken your creativity and put the spring in your step again! I love lists! I love… Continue reading …now it’s YOUR turn!

Weekly Intentions

My Week’s Intentions

I've read blog posts from @shutterbean on weekly intentions and to-do lists to keep yourself accountable throughout the week and thought... what a great idea! She doesn't always cross everything off her list before making her next one, which (I'm guessing) is going to be a lot like me. By the end of the weekend,… Continue reading My Week’s Intentions

Baking Stories

Lessons in Cake

A friend of mine was over the other day for a Baking Saturday. We had such a lovely time creating, laughing, drinking bubbly, and designing an ombre cake with "swoosh" icing. Super fun! But as we were baking along, she asked me, "How long have you been baking?" ...and I had to stop and think... I… Continue reading Lessons in Cake

Journaling, Mindfulness

A Breath Through Anxiety

Anxiety hurts. It hurts the person who struggles with it And it hurts everyone around them who are trying to help them through it. It’s like a ripple that turns into a wave Crashing down on the shoreline And taking back with it whatever it can. If you’ve ever experienced it, or know someone who… Continue reading A Breath Through Anxiety

New Bakes, Recipes, Warm Desserts

Chocolate Soufflé for Two

My baking buddy and I made a delicious chocolate souffle this past Saturday. And for the very first time too!! Neither one of us had ever eaten one, much less made one. When you hear of people baking souffles, it always seems scary, doesn't it? ... You listen in awe, but then you hear this… Continue reading Chocolate Soufflé for Two

Yoga Training & Workshops

dandelions and bandhas

Our second weekend of training began today with an intense yogalates class that was packed wall-to-wall with yogis. You could barely fit one hand between each of our mats. Needless to say, you come to know your neighbor real fast. It was great! At one point, we were in bridge (setu bandhasana) and instructed to… Continue reading dandelions and bandhas