How to do enthusiasm like a dog

Kathy Krugercontentment, find your flow, happiness13 Comments

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When you’re a puppy (well I’m guessing) the world is always exciting. There’s always something new to explore and definitely something new to chew. Preferably something expensive. There is always somewhere you haven’t left your mark on yet (favourite toileting spots are emerging that sadly aren’t always outside). But you get away with being a little bit naughty – because … Read More

Kathy KrugerHow to do enthusiasm like a dog

Reinvention, again and again and again

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Maybe you’re in the midst of a mid-life crisis reinvention, maybe you’re too young for one, or perhaps you’ve come out the other side. Maybe you’re having an early existential crisis or perhaps (lucky/perfect you) you just don’t feel any need to reinvent. Who says you have to reinvent? Maybe you are just caught up in the Christmas car park … Read More

Kathy KrugerReinvention, again and again and again

Why it’s better to find meaning than to seek your purpose in life

Kathy Krugercontentment, find your flow24 Comments

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*trigger warning – cuteness* Do you wish you had a dollar for every person who has agonized over finding their purpose in life? I’d put my multi-millions towards finding – no make that creating, – more meaning in life. And it would be wonderful. (of course money itself doesn’t create meaning, but we all know that story). While I believe … Read More

Kathy KrugerWhy it’s better to find meaning than to seek your purpose in life

One year on

Kathy Krugerchange, contentment, find your flow, yoga17 Comments

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It’s been a year since I started teaching yoga. A year since I discovered what it is like to teach and started learning from my students. A year of discovering how much I still have to learn. It’s been one, two, three, four, five years since we adopted our Little Yang. Five years that have flown fast. Five years worth … Read More

Kathy KrugerOne year on

How to zone out to zone in during yoga class

Kathy Krugerfind your flow, harmony, yoga10 Comments

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Yoga classes can sometimes feel really busy. There’s the teacher’s chatter, the sounds of other people breathing (sometimes heavy), the music, heat perhaps — not to mention the distraction of the cute guy in the front row. Maybe the class is crowded and you’re positioned a little too close to someone else’s mat for your liking (unless of course you’re … Read More

Kathy KrugerHow to zone out to zone in during yoga class

Just remember and forget

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It’s pretty simple really – you just need to remember some things and forget other ones. Why then do we forget to remember what we really need to, and fail to forget what we should just let go of? So this school holidays the kids have been doing a little free-ranging. Exhibit A. Play, imagination, improvisation and just the right … Read More

Kathy KrugerJust remember and forget

Unblocking creativity

Kathy Krugerbalance, contentment, find your flow26 Comments

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Even if you haven’t tried it you probably know that colouring in (for adults) is the latest craze in finding calm and creativity – I’m also here to tell you it unblocks writers block. Well I’m here to write that, so that’s something. Yep, if your creative drain is blocked and the words won’t flow, let the colours. Regular readers … Read More

Kathy KrugerUnblocking creativity

Adventures for the soul traveller

Kathy Krugercontentment, find your flow, love, perspective14 Comments

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The greatest journey we make is the one that brings us back to where we started. So I wrote a post for the Virgin Australia Voyager travel competition for Problogger, and THE Richard Branson may have followed me on Twitter as a result. I don’t really do Twitter properly, but hey, Richard Branson. Followed. ME! Yes Sir! And then I wrote … Read More

Kathy KrugerAdventures for the soul traveller

Thanks Sir Richard Branson

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I’ve been thinking lately how easy it is to dream big, yet still play small. And I’ve decided I’m not going to do that anymore. And it’s all thanks to Richard Branson. Not a particularly inspirational quote from the Virgin boss, entrepreneur and philanthropist (although there are plenty), but something he did – and I don’t mean his latest adventure. … Read More

Kathy KrugerThanks Sir Richard Branson

Life happens FOR you

Kathy Krugerchange, find your flow, go with the flow22 Comments

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There are two main ways of looking at life, don’t you reckon. Life happens You make life happen That’s very yin-yang – the first approach being about accepting what the universe dishes up (brussel sprouts anyone?), the second about taking action to dish up your own dinner (mmm, pizza). But there are variations on the main themes, and as always, … Read More

Kathy KrugerLife happens FOR you

One thing (or maybe two)

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If you had to pick one thing you want to achieve (or change – see how I’m having a two-way bet here) what would it be? What is that one thing that if you achieved it, could change everything? What is the one thing that if you changed, you could achieve what you want? Right now there are people the … Read More

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Shine

Kathy Krugerfind your flow, happiness17 Comments

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You’ve been invited to a certain ‘special’ event this week where attendees are asked to SHINE. There has been much chatter (it’s not Cinderella’s Ball peeps), far too much stress (it’s not Cinderella’s Ball peeps) and plenty of fashion advice shared, along with a few laughs (Robyna is too funny). I’m not particularly stylish (yoga fashion anyone?) nor humorous (humour being a … Read More

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