Posts Tagged ‘life’

Love Your Life

Let others lead small lives, but not you. Let others argue over small things, but not you. Let other cry over small hurts, but not you. Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands, but not you.


Everyday Bracelets We Love!

I think of myself pretty much a minimalist and like the simple things in life. I live in a small condo (550 square feet), drive a mini cooper, wear jeans daily, and very little jewelry. So when I received the package of  3 GoodWood braclets from Karmaloop  I absolutley loved them. You can wear these with everything! Classic wooden bead bracelets for…..get this…..$20.00 for a pack of 3! Plus GoodWork jewelry is made in the USA.  Below are a few options they have. 

                             The GW Bracelet 3-Pack in Blue, Natural, & Dark Wood $20.00


                            The GW Bracelet 3-Pack in Natural, Red, & Brown $20.00

 I have been wearing the bracelets to yoga, parties, pretty much everyday. Check out the rest of gotta have GoodWood collection of jewelry at .






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@AYCT Pop-Up Shala

Last Friday I attended an information session and intimate Mysore-style yoga class taught by David Robson (above). Attendees got to preview the Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Toronto’s temporary yoga studio on Bathurst & Queen, and got first-hand experience with this unique style of teaching and practicing within the Ashtanga yoga tradition. I honestly had the most amazing time; David is not only patient, but he’s an excellent teacher. Even though I was sweating BUCKETS, I left feeling full of life, and it felt like I was floating on clouds of happiness and positivity… I felt at peace for the first time, in a really long time. It was wonderful.

If you’ve ever thought of practicing Ashtanga yoga, I definitely recommend taking the Mysore-style classes, as you’re able to receive one-on-one attention and can go at your own pace without having to worry about keeping up with everyone else. The pop-up shala is on until May 31st; however, If you’re not able to attend the pop-up shala, you can always take classes at their yonge street location.

Thank you so much to David for inviting me, and for a truly awesome experience.

peace and love