Minimalism


Stay Present

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Let’s try thinking about resolutions a little differently this year. The very essence of a yoga practice is to be in the here and now; to stay present by following the rhythm of your breath. So it’s safe to say that it goes against everything yoga teaches us is we make plans for an entire year.

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Simplify Your Day For More Things You Love

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These days “I’m so busy” is worn as a badge of honour. There seems to be an illusion that if you are busy you are successful, being productive, or making the most of life. However, this has nothing to do with being busy. Haven't you ever felt after a long busy day like you have achieved nothing? You can be busy doing a whole lot of nothing that can make you feel not only exhausted but frustrated too. Here are some practical tips to find time to do more things that you love.
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3 Things To Do Weekly To Minimise Your Carbon Footprint

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"Every action matters because when 7 billion people do that thing, it changes the world." We believe we can all make small lifestyles choices to make a difference and a big one too. We've put together a list of our top 3 causes, each with a simple task to reduce our impact on the environment.
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What I'm Doing Differently To Finally Keep My New Year's Resolutions

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Each year always starts the same for me. I would make a couple of new years resolutions, having good intentions, but find myself already giving up only after a couple weeks. I was always left feeling frustrated, guilty and like a failure. Not a great way to start the year.
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A Slow and Enjoyable Festive Season

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We hear about slow food, slow living and slow yoga but rarely does anyone utter the words: slow Christmas. And yet it seems, more than ever, that we’re craving a slower, simpler and all-together more enjoyable approach to the festive season. We don’t want to get to January and feel exhausted and depleted.

Let’s say no to the frantic festive energy that has so many of us in a whirl. Indeed, it’s time to close the doors, settle down, and write a list of priorities for the next few weeks.

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