My top ways to make yourself a priority!

15th July, 2020
Don't wait for the first day of a month to start a new habit, or New Year to create a list of resolutions. Welcome today with nothing but an open mind and focus on making YOU your first priority. Say no to things that don’t make you happy, get rid of negative energy, nourish your mind and your body and schedule yourself some downtime. Ready to be your own best friend? I've put together a few suggestions for making yourself a priority – here’s 🍷 to loving and investing in yourself!

Things men should know about women.

Things men should know about women.
8th June, 2020
Guides, books and articles on this specific subject, you will find dozens of those in stores and all over the internet. Unfortunately most of them discuss the popular and typical stereotypes that sooner or later turn out to be a total fiasco. And there are things that men really need to know about women.. Let's turn myths into facts.

Lockdown inspirations - 9 questions with Beeta Abadi, self taught cook & baker!

No one is certain when the virus outbreak measures will be relaxed or officially lifted but at a time like this, a little fantasy in our heads, can go a looong way in helping us to stay sane, remain positive as well as remind us that however heavy this pandemic may feel for some at the moment, it is temporary and it will pass!! Until then, we are daydreaming about life after lockdown, that first weekend of freedom, the first real-life kiss or hug with your favourite person, the first trip to play ground or soft play with your little humans, seeing our colleagues and friends again, the first cold pint, eating at our favourite restaurants, going to a concert or jumping on a plane to travel the world again! I am here today with another beautiful and creative soul! Let me introduce you to Beeta Abadi, recipe developer and founder of Beelish Food, self taught cook and baker, and my favourite culinary account to follow!

The ultimate list of productive things you can do during lockdown.

23rd April, 2020
If you've pretty much completed all of Netflix and the idea of spending another day on the sofa flipping through memes is too much to bear, it's time to spice things up, change up your routine and get those creative juices flowing. Being on lockdown doesn't have to be boring, not if you keep yourself occupied. I know you've heard it all before but I'll say it again 'You're not stuck at home, you're safe at home' - think of it as a gift from the Universe, a gift of 'time' where you can focus on yourself, figure out your life and get things done!

Lockdown inspirations - 8 questions with Nekoda Davis, Judoka.

20th April, 2020
Well, it looks like our plans to have the summer of a lifetime are on hold for a while but that's ok - we've got this. Since we’re spending the majority of our days, and nights indoors, we’re all looking for some much-needed light relief, entertainment, motivation and inspiration. And, despite what you may see on Instagram, not all of us are coping as well as others. It’s more than ok to be doing nothing right now. Not every day has to be flanked with spiritual transformations and self-improvement. We’re allowed to just binge films, eat out the fridge and cry our tiny hearts out face-timing our loves ones! And what a better time, to get inspired by other amazing human-beings. I've teamed up with some wonderful and creative souls to lighten up your days during the pandemic! Meet the beautiful and kind Nekoda Davis, London based, British judoka - who is going to answer 8 questions for us in today's post. Let's get right into it...

Invest in yourself - things to do during lockdown...

17th April, 2020
And suddenly the whole country shuts it's every door... I sorted it all out in my head and decided to treat these weeks as a gift from life. Someone up there decided to stop these speeding clock hands and give us something that we all wanted - 'time'. And here comes the tricky question? How to fill this time and not let this gift go to waste? I've put together few ideas to inspire you and give you a little kick of motivation.

How to stay sane during lockdown - my daily mental health care routine.

30th March, 2020
Locking the country down, social distancing, sudden deaths of innocent population, not knowing how long it will remain this way for - had a massive impact on a lot of people and their mental health. Anxiety consuming your body from left, right and center, and that's very understandable with everything that has been going on in the past weeks. As humans we are creatures of routine. We always tend to get things done in certain order around same time each day. From waking up, eating breakfast, going to school or work, getting housework and shopping done and so on, it is very natural to become anxious about the changes that recently took place all around the country and worldwide, not to mention not being able to see your loved ones on top of it. The only way to overcome this feeling and be in control of your thoughts, body and your approach at this moment, is the correct mindset.

My easy step by step guide to meditation for beginners.

29th March, 2020
When I first introduced meditation into my lifestyle over two years ago, I truly underestimated the power of it. It taught me and benefited me a lot more than I could have ever imagine. I've learned to trust my mind and body enough to let go of any tension and stress, slow and deep breathing became natural and meditation began to play a massive part in my life. It is now something I really look forward to every day. In my step by step meditation guide I will walk you through it making it easier to understand and perform...

How I managed to naturally reduce and control labour pains - my 2nd labour story.

20th February, 2020
Let's skip the introduction and all of the unnecessary part and dive right into it. My second labour was at least 50% less stressful and painful than my first one... All thanks to natural ways I haven't even necessarily practiced before hand. I'm a firm believer of law of attraction and the power of our minds. The plan was to use my mind skills when my labour began and contractions kicked in. Did I stick to it? Yes - and it was certainly one of the best decisions of my life which made things run easily and progress much quicker.

Christmas tree in our toddler's bedroom.

This year I decided to buy my little girl who's 2 and a half, her first very own Christmas tree. Not only did she enjoy putting it up and decorating it with me, it also cosied up her room enough to encourage her to play in it more often, as she's normally downstairs in the living room with me. She absolutely enjoyed the entire process from the start to finish line. We headed over to town, to shop for decorations for her and she picked the most amazing pieces. Overall this was one of the most fun and creative activities we have done together, and of course - very bonding.