What do you see?

Kathy Krugercontentment, gratitude, perspective25 Comments

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I love watching clouds form all puffy in the sky and watching their reflections in water too – trying to spot animals, shapes and even signs, discerning subtle messages in the sky and on the shimmering water – a floating canvas. Lately I’ve been cloud-spotting reflections in the lake out the back from the vantage point of our brand new … Read More

Kathy KrugerWhat do you see?

Angry yoga to get rid of the grumps

Kathy Krugerperspective, yoga6 Comments

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So you’re angry, or frustrated, or just a little snarky (hey yogis, we all get like that). But yoga is there for you, to calm you, and so you can dump that anger right down on the mat rather than unleash it on your poor friends and family, colleagues, or unsuspecting strangers. You might think that when you’re angry and … Read More

Kathy KrugerAngry yoga to get rid of the grumps

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

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What I love about hubby as a Dad

Kathy Krugercontentment, gratitude, happiness3 Comments

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I reckon most mothers love and appreciate their man more when he becomes a Dad than they did before when he was just a plain old partner (not necessarily in the bedroom lovin’ department, but that is the inevitable price of parenthood). But there’s nothing quite like seeing your child’s face light up at seeing their Dad to make you … Read More

Kathy KrugerWhat I love about hubby as a Dad

Tips for travelling the soul journey

Kathy Krugergo with the flow, happiness, perspective28 Comments

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(This post is my entry into the Virgin Australia’s Voyagers Competition as part of the Problogger event) It’s funny how we travel – to far-flung places, to meet total strangers, to eat exotic foods, to lose luggage (not on Virgin Australia!) – all so we can find ourselves. It’s so much harder to find yourself when you’re lazing on your lounge … Read More

Kathy KrugerTips for travelling the soul journey

Birdsong

Kathy Krugerharmony, perspective20 Comments

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Birdsong – depending on where you live, it is probably available to you to hear every morning, if you just listen. Maybe the birds are a noisy and unwelcome alarm clock. Or maybe you allow yourself to wake gently, as if serenaded by nature’s choir. Perhaps traffic noise drowns out their chirpy chattering. Perhaps it is all about what you … Read More

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Gratitude and Grace

Kathy Krugergo with the flow, gratitude, happiness, meditation21 Comments

Gratitude and Grace

The toilet roll needs changing, again. And again, and again, and again, and again, and again. Every. Single. Time.     The clothes are lying on the bathroom floor, again. And again, and again, and again, and again. Every. Single. Time.     The shoes are left where I’ll trip over them, again. And again, and again, and again, and … Read More

Kathy KrugerGratitude and Grace

Of planets, moons and birthdays

Kathy Krugerbalance, harmony, perspective20 Comments

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Have you looked up lately? Venus and Jupiter have been hanging out together, apparently closer than they’ve been since something like 2BC and you can spot them up there, just over the horizon, even though they are xxxxxxxxx miles away. (Venus and Jupiter are actually about 670,130,000km apart, even though they’ve been looking only half-a-moon diameter apart. Our closet planetary … Read More

Kathy KrugerOf planets, moons and birthdays

How to create a yoga journal

Kathy Krugerperspective, yoga2 Comments

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You love yoga, know that you are growing in your yoga journey, and you want to grow more. A yoga journal can be wonderful tool to document your development, help you get more out of your practice, and help you flourish in life too. During teacher training, we were asked to keep a journal and it proved invaluable in recording … Read More

Kathy KrugerHow to create a yoga journal

Get a new perspective – fast!

Kathy Krugergratitude, perspective35 Comments

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You may think you need the shock of bad (or very good) news to flick the switch on a new perspective. Like a reboot for your life. Obviously very good news is always welcome – and that flood of serotonin (the happy hormone) and possibly oxytocin (the natural love drug) in your system is enough to give you a whole … Read More

Kathy KrugerGet a new perspective – fast!

10 ways to create your own yoga retreat

Kathy Krugergratitude, yoga3 Comments

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There is something pretty special about going away on a yoga retreat. I’m recently back from my annual retreat in the World Heritage listed mountain rainforest near where I’m lucky to live – two nights, barely 44 hours, but long enough to relax, refresh and rejuvenate. Bliss. From brief breaks away to week-long (or longer) retreats in exotic locales, a … Read More

Kathy Kruger10 ways to create your own yoga retreat

Emotional release – pass the tissues

Kathy Krugerperspective15 Comments

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When was the last time you cried? Oh I’m sorry if I bring you back to a bad place with this question (presuming they weren’t happy tears). Hopefully they were. Maybe you cried watching the news (because there are far too many things to cry over in this world). Perhaps your tears sprung out of universal humanity for the suffering … Read More

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