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Every joy disappoints.
What’s here doesn’t please you, what’s far off you crave.
                                                                               ~Anne Carson

I could so relate to this.

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Sending you a little bit of happy!
(Don’t miss the end)

Hope you can find a little bit of joy in your day.

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I’m sure you’ve heard me talking about Wanderlust, a Yoga and Music Festival that takes place in Whistler every Summer. I’ve been a couple of times and I have to say that I really love it.
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It’s a truly a magical experience!
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Over four days there are so many interesting classes, talks and workshops with world renowned teachers and then in the evening there’s a concert. The whole village comes alive!
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Some of the highlights for me are doing a Yoga class with hundreds of people – the energy is amazing, the silent disco, the Speakeasy talks – always enlightening and just the general buzz.
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At night there’s a Silent Disco; everyone wears headphones so when you walk in the room it’s silent but everyone is dancing. There are three DJ’s each one with a different colour, the headphones have three settings/colours, so you can choose which DJ to listen to. Sometimes the whole room turns to one colour, it’s so cool! And there’s no alcohol, no pick-up scene, it’s just people having fun – I just love it!
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You can attend one or multiple days. I literally go all day from 8am to 1am because I don’t want to miss a thing. You do as much or as little as you want, there are meditation workshops, stretching, all kinds of Yoga, etc. It’s so fun, enlightening and soul nourishing. I highly recommend it!
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Hope to see you there!

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This Valentine’s Day let’s love OURSELVES:

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For more than 30 years, psychologist Ming Kuo has studied the effects of nature on humans. She  became intrigued by the positive effects of nature after she started to dig into the data. “It’s only when you look at the patterns of what people are like with more and less access to nature that you start to see this pattern”.

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“Nature is like a multi-vitamin”
I have always felt this my own body!
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I highly recommend you listen to this fascinating podcast: LISTEN HERE
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Funny, entertaining and insightful:

1) Don’t multi-task, be present
2) Don’t pontificate
3) Use open ended questions
4) Go with the flow – thoughts will come into your mind let them flow out
5) If you don’t know, say you don’t know
6) Don’t equate your experience with theirs, it is not about you
7) Try not to repeat yourself
8) Stay out of the weeds
9) Listen – most important
10) Be brief

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Agreed.

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