a valentines message to be open and vulnerable to the spirit of love.
Mother’s Day is approaching. This year will be my first year to experience it on the other side. As I write this, I feel connected to my own mother, our lineage of mothers, and to our universal mother, the Earth. It is time, now more than ever to shower our Earth with that sacred love and connection she has so long cocooned us with. As James Cameron showed us in Avatar, the consequences of ignoring the heart of our planet are terrible. And as art mirrors life which mirrors art, we see aspects of this throughout our world. The planet is heating up, something’s brewing. We have to act now.
Wondering what to cook for dinner tonight? Want it to be nourishing, whole and delicious? I’ve turned to both my trusted cookbooks as well as some exciting food blogs. Read on for more inspiration.
Sublime wishes for hope, peace and renewal for the new year.
Our holiday wish-list Day 2. Even if you’re not a “crafter” check out this beautifully designed book for some easy do-it-yourself inspiration + give some vintage objects a new lease on life, for the ultimate in sustainable style
yoga, surf, and sunshine are three things that make me happy!
falling into a blogging filled autumn after a summer hiatus…
We humans have been around for such a short while in geological time, yet we have managed to turn nature inside out. The good news is, that by becoming aware of what we can do to create a positive impact on our planet, we do stand a chance.
Visit the David Suzuki foundation website to learn more about the state of the oceans and how to help.
Where to stay? Always a good question. This time, I used the well-edited list at Tablet Hotels to book a hotel and discovered the aptly named Good Hotel in San Fran’s SOMA district. Why so apt? As Tablet points out, “That’s “good” as a noun, not an adjective. San Francisco’s Good Hotel is less about being a good hotel—it certainly is that, in its unassuming way—and more about doing good.”
I know we’ve chatted a little bit about goals and goal setting this year already at Yogue, but the newness of this year is still with us and I’m happy to share some insights and experience from a fantastic writer, yogi, activist, enlightened dynamo and friend of Yogue, Kimberly Wilson, a.k.a. The Tranquil Hip Chick. Here’s what she has to say about the magic of the start of this year.