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Physical Wellness 

Physical wellness, is it just exercise? No, there's more to it. It’s an overall package of keeping active, making sure to get sufficient sleep and maintaining healthy eating habits. A weak(er) physical wellness can affect all areas of our overall well-being. But keeping this physical wellness balanced isn’t always easy and it takes effort; too… Continue reading Physical Wellness 

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Intention setting

Do you like the question “What are your goals for the New Year?” No? Well, you’re in good company, me neither. I prefer and connect more to an intention setting process.  I like to take time to reflect on the year that passed and play around with ideas, wishes and hopes for the year to… Continue reading Intention setting

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When life throws us a curve-ball

No matter how you call it, may it being mindful, being aware or in the moment. All this is easy(er) to practise and believe in when we are in a good spot, when it all runs smooth. But it is the moments when life throws us a curve-ball that we tend to drop it all.… Continue reading When life throws us a curve-ball

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10% Happier by Dan Harris – a book recommendation

Are you a non-believer, doubter, a cynic, a fact checker and/or wonder what all that humbug is about when it comes to Mindfulness? If only one of this is true this book is for you! But it is as well for you if you are already interested in Mindfulness and are simply looking for a… Continue reading 10% Happier by Dan Harris – a book recommendation

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Keep your “ease”

A few weeks ago I started a Bi-weekly Mindfulness Newsletter. I include formal and informal practices and hope to bring a sense of ease into the inbox. I chose bi-weekly to not be overwhelmed and to give time to focus on one topic. For today I would like to share my recently newsletter here, too,… Continue reading Keep your “ease”