Just remember and forget

Kathy Krugercontentment, find your flow15 Comments

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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

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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How my daughter taught me to chase my dreams again

Kathy Krugerfind your flow, happiness, motherhood35 Comments

Flying high

I don’t know whether it’s just me, but I wonder why when we become parents, and particularly as we start to age (well we’re doing that our whole lives!) we start envisaging the future for our kids instead of for ourselves. Naturally we are going to have dreams for our children, what parent wouldn’t – and we are going to … Read More

Kathy KrugerHow my daughter taught me to chase my dreams again

Daydream believer

Kathy Krugerfind your flow, happiness, meditation28 Comments

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Lately I seem to be thinking (and writing) in song titles (eg my last post ‘Rainy Days and Mondays’). I’m listening to music more, creating my own daydreaming space. I’m a believer. The Monkees sweet song doesn’t really make sense, but then daydreams aren’t supposed to. Released an eon ago (the year I was born), the catchy tune somehow nestled … Read More

Kathy KrugerDaydream believer

The lazy guide to being enough in 2015

Kathy Krugerchange, contentment, find your flow, meditation9 Comments

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I have a new favourite word –LOLL.  Thankfully it’s not my word of the year for 2015 (or I wouldn’t get much done), but it is my word of the moment. I lolled Christmas Day (our main celebration was Christmas Eve and while there wasn’t much lolling going on in preparation, it was all worth it). I could say I … Read More

Kathy KrugerThe lazy guide to being enough in 2015

On being boring

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“I’m boring” is the repeated refrain from a four year old who hasn’t worked out yet that it’s actually bored!  It’s day one of the school holidays, he’s still at pre-school, and it’s already begun! While it might be kind of cute that Little Yang thinks he’s boring, it’s not so much when you’re trying to work from home and … Read More

Kathy KrugerOn being boring

Grow consciously

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Little Yang is still sooo small as we contemplate him starting school next year. He’s ready (or will be in three months time) even if he doesn’t look it. The size 4 uniforms are purchased (ouch $) and they swim on him. They swim on most preppies, but after yesterday’s orientation it’s clear he’ll be one of the smallest. Yet … Read More

Kathy KrugerGrow consciously

When life gives you jellyfish

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I went whale watching yesterday, for work, as you do! We were filming a ‘Great Gold Coast job’ video profile on a whale researcher from Griffith University – maybe you’re thinking my job sounds pretty darn great too! And if you saw me getting up close and personal with amazing marine mammals you’d probably be jealous. Last year, filming another … Read More

Kathy KrugerWhen life gives you jellyfish

Teaching my first yoga class!

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It came as a surprise last Friday as I came out dripping from a sweaty flow class – I was in the right (if the scary) place at the right time at my hot yoga studio – Can you teach a class on Monday?!? I nearly sweated bucket-loads more. YES! I said, confident (shaking in my own sweat) that I’d … Read More

Kathy KrugerTeaching my first yoga class!

Yogi to Yogini – Part 1

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from yogi to yogini

I’m not going to bore you with everything I put in my mouth, or how many times I do yoga (or other exercise) or even every recipe I cook. There’s yinyang yum and there’s yinyang bloody boring. In my quest to go from Yogi (that would be me right now, a yoga enthusiast who has practised yoga for the last … Read More

Kathy KrugerYogi to Yogini – Part 1

Up a river without a paddle?

Kathy Krugerfind your flow, perspective11 Comments

Keep paddling, you've got until Christmas

Have you ever felt like you were stuck somewhere with no means of getting out of the situation? Pretty scary isn’t it. Here – have a paddle.  You’re still in the situation you’d rather not be in, but now you have a means to get out of it – makes all the difference doesn’t it. Well that’s my take on … Read More

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