How to Behold a Mountain

I had been travelling on a bus across Tibet for the past three days. We were supposed to fly, but the Chinese military closed the airport. A bus was the only option. I sat in silence for most of the journey staring out the window. What else could I do?

If this were a […]

How To Start Drinking From The Bottomless Cup Of Joy

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Disconnect to Reconnect. How Living Without My Phone Helped Me Reconnect to Myself.

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The Year That Didn’t Go As Planned and Why It’s OK

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A Day of Thanks Turns into a Day of Waste

I am so excited that the Elephant Journal, a leading blog community dedicated to a mindful life, selected to post my story about Thanksgiving and the amount of food that gets thrown away.

This is a subject near and dear to my heart. It aches to see food get thrown away. I have […]

By |November 13th, 2015|Elephant Journal, Gratitude, Holidays, Mindful Eating, Thanksgiving|0 Comments

Less is More…

…and more does not always mean we are better off. As we move into November, Thanksgiving Day is around the corner followed by the holidays. Before we go crazy with overdoing everything, take some time to think about what the holidays mean to you. If you think it is about overcooking, overbaking, overeating, […]

By |November 4th, 2015|Gratitude, Holidays, Internal Peace, Keep Calm, Patience|0 Comments

All You Need…

…is LOVE. Not a mushy kind of love where you wait for someone to say ‘I love you’ so you can feel better about yourself. The biggest love of your life must be YOU being in love with yourself – first and foremost. Loving ourselves starts first with accepting ourselves for who we […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|Acceptance, Gratitude, India, Living Yoga, Love, Personal Baggage, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Fortune Cookie Wisdom

‘You are what you think about all day long.’ So my fortune cookie told me. Let’s use a simple example that we can all relate to – the weather. When you think and say over and over that you are hot, of course you will be hot. Maybe you do feel hot, buy why […]