Wie ihr bestimmt merkt, beschäftigt mich das Thema Nachhaltigkeit mit all seinen Aspekten gerade ganz stark. Nachhaltiger zu leben beginnt ja oft bei ganz offensichtlichen Bereichen wie zum Beispiel den Lebensmitteleinkäufen oder unserer Kleidung. In letzter Zeit habe ich mich aber auch gefragt: Kann eigentlich auch meine Monatsblutung nachhaltig sein? Read More
Quite a lot of time has passed since I sat down and put my thoughts on paper for you guys. I was and still am adjusting to the changes I’ve made to my life recently. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, here’s the short version: I took on a new project in terms of my career and moved to a new city. I won’t lie, it’s been stressful but also rewarding. Read More
Vorweg als Information: FeetUp hat mir im Rahmen dieses Blogposts einen ihrer fabelhaften FeetUp Trainer – einen “Kopfstandhocker” – zur Verfügung gestellt. Wenn du, liebe/r Leser/in, dich nun fragst, was zum Teufel nochmal ein Kopfstandhocker sein soll – keine Sorge, ich erkläre es dir in diesem Artikel. Read More
Let’s talk about stress. It seems to be something that I’ll have to work on forever. As someone who’s overwhelmed pretty easily, I constantly have to keep track of my stress levels. With every year that goes by, I feel like I have to get more creative about the tools and ways I manage and reduce stress.
You guys, I know, it’s been a while. Again. I guess I’m still learning to set boundaries and actively prioritize the things I love. I’ll get there eventually…
As my skin has been a huge topic for me lately – finally in a more positive context, I’d like to talk about a few things I wish I’d known sooner (like in my teens and my early twenties) that I just discovered recently. Read More
Oh May, you were kind of a special month! It felt like riding a rollercoaster. Decisions for the future, beautiful moments as well as painful moments. While life’s natural ups and downs are somewhat manageable, sometimes all the positive affirmations in the world can’t change the way you feel in a moment of overwhelm, sadness and/or pain. But should they, anyway?
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Who am I? What am I doing here? What’s my life’s purpose? And why the hell do I feel so lost? A few years back I reached a point in my life where I asked myself these (and many more) deep questions. At this point I honestly knew nothing about yoga. Looking back, there were so many things directing me towards this path and I didn’t even know it.
Was it the break up I went through when I was 21? Going off hormonal contraception and suddenly feeling like a whole new person? Who knows. All I know is that I had many questions and I felt so damn lost. Read More
Quite a lot of time has passed since I uploaded my last blog post. Again. I guess I’m still learning to adapt to the ebbs and flows of life and how to mindfully manage the inevitable changes that come with it. It always comes back to that practice of mindfulness.
Writing this post took me a bit longer than I’d expected, but there was just so much going on. Apart from catching a nasty virus, my first yoga event finally took place and it was a-ma-zing. However, I’d like to continue on with the next cycle phase, which is ovulation phase (3-5 days), and therefore the next recipe I’d like to share with you: Avocado on my favorite homemade & gluten free buckwheat bread.
The next phase in your cycle is the follicular phase (7-10 days). During this phase the follicles in your ovary mature and estrogen levels increase to thicken the uterine lining so that it is prepared to host an egg. All hormones are at low levels right after your bleeding but they’re slowly starting to increase during this phase. Read More