I think (aka, I know) I've done a very atypical thing here by coming to Canggu for a restorative holiday. The general consensus is that this is a place to come if you want to see and be seen, party away the days into the nights, beach bathe to the tune of the surrounding beach-bar … Continue reading Canggu | Bali Love
I almost missed it. I read the schedule wrong. I was looking at Monday’s classes instead of Sunday's. I was late to leave due to a complete emotional meltdown, and to cap it off, I forgot my tickets that I needed in order to get into the class. I nearly stuck with the sentiment of, … Continue reading Namaste
I finally watched it. The documentary, Minimalism, that is. A lot of it I’ve come familiar with because of the whole having quit my job, sold my possessions and moved to a 'foreign' country bit, but I have to say…even with the items I have here, and in thinking about the few boxes I’ve left … Continue reading Minimizing | But in a Good Way
I could feel it as it was happening. I was slipping. Slipping through the cracks, slipping like the sand through my fingers. I was, with ill-intention, trying to convince myself that this was simply the reality of who I am. Throwing caution to wind, ignoring any consequence and living so much in the moment that … Continue reading Enough.
Let's be clear: I've taken one surf lesson (for basically one hour) in my entire life, so when I say things like "yah, I surf now," ignore me, haha. THAT SAID, the one and some hour(s) I was out there proved challenging yet incredible, and there was a lot that resonated with me while I … Continue reading Surf + Turf | Lessons Learned
I rarely travel to the same place twice. This is likely in part because I'm often heading to places that are far enough away that a trip back is challenging to make happen on a recurring basis, but more so, I generally operate with the feeling that there are so many stunning places to visit … Continue reading Bali the Beautiful
In Toronto, a two or three-hour drive from the city would bring reprieve by way of a smaller-town setting with local shops, wine-country or perhaps even a bit of countryside, however in WA you get desert. And honestly - it's super cool. For my birthday this year I took myself on a two-day trip to … Continue reading Never Far | Lancelin, Cervantes + Jurien Bay