Just a quick share on some delicious pancakes currently hanging out in my happy tummy. The only thing easier than making these pancakes is eating them, and maybe reading a good book in a hammock… yep that’s pretty easy too (and what i’ve been up to on this lovely Sunday morning).
Not the prettiest picture, but at the time I had different priorities!
Most people I know will agree with me that certain places give off vibes.
Walk into an upbeat, happy party and it’s infectious. Walk into a couple arguing and it’s downright depressing.
You know what I mean right?
I believe that within ourselves we also create a vibe. In the past my internal vibe was one of tension, hate and judgement. I didn’t like me, and I was not having a good time. If my internal vibe were a party, it would be LAME.
But if the party (life) is happening regardless, what point is there in having a shit party? Like, if I’m going to be partying it up for another 70 years, I’m going to want one happy, exciting and enjoyable party. Otherwise, that’s gonna be a long 70 years. If I’m having a good party, others are going to want to share it with me! But if my party is a drag, it’s going to get worse when no one wants to join in.
Your life is a party. Make it a kickass one that everyone wants to be at!
If you are following Wellness Mission on Facebook (and I hope you are!) you may have seen my post a few weeks back about banishing the scales in 2014. It’s been two weeks since I have weighed myself, and it’s been an interesting journey to date.
Banishing the scales was a challenge for me to stop judging my health on the whim of some external force (which, as you know, is fickle at best Continue reading →
Wow, has it been hot here in Brisbane. Temperatures hit 40°C yesterday and continue to remain hot until Tuesday, and today the city is blanketed in a thick smoke from the bush fires on nearby beautiful North Stradbroke Island. With no air conditioning in my house or car, it seemed like all weekend life circled around staying hydrated and sitting very very still. It was definitely a weekend for relaxation! Continue reading →