Creating a playful yoga practice

Creating a playful yoga practice

This month I’ve been thinking mostly about play (for my Happiness Project) and yoga (because it’s less than two weeks until my teacher-training exam!). So it seemed natural to put the two together. I try to incorporate play a lot in my yoga practice anyway, so I thought I’d tell you a little about that […]

The difficulty of fitting play in around ‘adulting’

The difficulty of fitting play in around ‘adulting’

It’s the middle of May and I could be doing better with my ‘Make time to play’ resolutions. Then again, I could also be doing worse. It’s hard to find time to play as a grown up, especially when ‘adulting’ things get in the way. This week boyfriend and I went to Manchester on a […]

Possibility of Play; make time to play in the morning

Possibility of Play; make time to play in the morning

Possibility is one of my favourite words. It contains worlds; so many options, choices and paths to take. It’s not always positive to hear that word, of course, but combine it with play and it’s pure magic. Play is possibility, it’s making anything you can imagine possible. My Happiness Project theme for May is make […]

May Happiness Project Theme: Make Time for Play

May Happiness Project Theme: Make Time for Play

Follow my blog with Bloglovin This month’s Happiness Project theme is a double-edged sword of simplicity and difficulty. Playing and having fun should be foundations to live by, but how many of us can say we actually make time to play in our busy lives? May is a busy month for me. I’m working a […]

April Happiness Project summary: Have I made my work work?

April Happiness Project summary: Have I made my work work?

This month’s Happiness Project theme ‘Making my work work’ has been a bit of a beast, and the resolutions perhaps not the most concrete to tackle. I think that’s okay though, because they’ve got me thinking about a lot of things. I haven’t magically transformed my work life, but I have started to clarify some things. […]