Been a bit rough out here this week. Little wonder the resident sea ospreys have gone for cover...🌊 #westcoastbestcoast#winter#waves#ocean#nature @australianwildlifejourneys @eyrepeninsula @southauscoastline @southaustralia @australia
Headed into a weekend full of classes. This yoga teacher journey for me has been all about learning to stay more present in my body. I have a long habit of drifting mentally in whatever situation I am in. Social media is terrible for the fact that it allows me to zone out. I forget to be present so I can enjoy and appreciate what I am experiencing. Before I realize it, a ton of time has passed, and I haven’t connected to another person on the real world around me. It has been incredible to put my phone down the entire day so I can learn from a beautiful soul. Seeing what you can learn about yourself and others when you connect is irreplaceable. I can’t wait to see what the next three months bring for my learning journey. I hope everyone else has a beautiful weekend. ✨💕
Shout out to the one day I got to wear short sleeves. It’s been so much harder than I imagined moving across the world to experience two winters back to back. I know I am being a sook in many ways, but you really don’t appreciate the warmth of the sun until you’ve been wearing a parka for a year straight. I will be cute in crop tops again one day! 😆🤦🏻♀️ #photooftheday
Something I love how humans is how we never seem to lose our playfulness. Nature always reminds me that even as adults, we all want to be back outside climbing around in nature. Whether it’s trees or rocks, it’s the most freeing thing you can do. At any age, it’s safe to say the grotto is one of those places you have to get in and climb around to fully appreciate how amazing it is.