Can you feel and taste it in the air?
It’s the first week in 2017. Clean slate. Ready for new goals, visions and plans.
Of course, every day is an opportunity for us to start over again. But let’s not kid ourselves, a new year just feels different. Whether you do resolutions, intentions, desired feelings, to-do or to-be lists — I hope you take the time to create your year consciously, with intention. Always starting from a place of radical acceptance and unconditional self-love. (more…)
January 3, 2017 | Katia Millar
As someone who practices (hot) yoga on a regular basis, I spend a fair bit of time philosophizing about my time on the
mat. I love my practice so much – and have learned so many important life lessons that can be applied both on & off the mat.
Here are my top 20 lessons…
June 21, 2016 | Katia Millar
No, I do not mean that you grew up liking sandwiches. The ‘sandwich generation’ is a growing demographic within the baby boomers (born 1947-1966) and they were the first to struggle with both the financial needs of kids in post-secondary education and retired parents. While elderly people are benefiting from rising life expectancies, their children – often parents themselves – are ‘sandwiched’ in the middle, caring for two generations. Today their kids may have finished college or university but many have moved back home due to financial difficulties. For the first time in history, many kids are competing with their parents for entry-level jobs. Meanwhile, their aging parents may have outlived their retirement savings and not only be short on cash – they might also require a daily caregiver. (more…)
May 18, 2016 | Jane Blaufus