15th May 2020 One up side of lockdown is that it’s forced me into cutting back my beauty regime to the bare minimum and think about the most important principles of what self care is.
Covid/ self isolation special It’s not easy to stay home and do nothing. Falling back on social media and TV can causes brain stagnation if you overuse them, so taking a break from your devices
Spring Self Care Update * Stay indoors special * 17th March After spending more and more time indoors this week, I’ve been leaning heavily onto my self care practices and rituals to support my wellbeing.
Winter Solstice! Eclipse Season! New Year looming! It’s time to buckle down and get into full self care mode to prepare for the year ahead. This season I have been embracing some practical basics and
Autumn is a time of year where I begin to shift my living space from a bright and light Summer home, to cosy warm nest with candle lighting. Certain words like maintaining, fostering and nurture
When the temperatures soar during the Summer months, I always look for natural ways to hydrate my hair, skin and body. My outfits go through repeats of cotton and linen, and stay away from the
Refocus- new intentions for the (halfway) new year There comes a time in your life when you plan something special without even meaning to or knowing exactly why you did. After having entirely separate conversations
The season of Spring calls for realignment, restructure and refreshment, though we often overlook this when it comes to our home. Thanks to the (often) pronounced shift between the seasons I have been sourcing more
MASAJ’s newly expanded bodywork studio space When it comes to choosing a massage practice, what I’m really aiming for is a big ask- 100% natural, Vegan and organic products, cleanliness, calming decor, experienced practitioners and companies
I was first introduced to Yoga 13 years ago. I found myself in Kerela completely out of the blue after I finished university. I had signed up to a commercial modelling agency to earn