A fresh round-up of web links for your weekend is ready.
This week was a beauty. You could say on an ethereal level it was chock full of symbols and sweet little nudges.
Lovely emails + online comments from like-minded peeps reaching out to say ‘Hey, love what you’re putting out in the world’. Heart-swell! A long and richly fulfilling soul chat. A few moments of self-doubt followed by crystalline clarity. A tonne of exercise (hello Kayla Itsines pre-training!). Kombucha making and scouring for new books to read. Bohdi started some solids – bananas are a favourite.
Here’s a bundle of love and some weblinks for your weekend.x
I kickstarted the week by reading and sharing this incredible and easily relatable article on seeing signs and manifestation. Note: starting the week doing something intentionally uplifting for you is a surefire way to maintain a clear, wholehearted focus.
Offline is luxury
I made a resolution to not take my phone to bed. In the spirit of smart-phone addictions THIS listicle by the New York Times made me laugh out loud. 11 was the best.
Wayne Dyer – Ascended Master
Circling back to sweet cosmic nudges, the work of Wayne Dyer has landed itself in front of me, and most of you I’m sure, many times since his transition to the light. This moving piece written by his daughter Serena will squeeze right into your heart space.
Let it go
Of all Australian women, 18-29 year olds have the lowest level of wellbeing and many women are constantly teetering on the edge of burnout. UK based skincare company Sanctuary Spa created this heartwarming, humbling clip of women reflecting and reminding us to #LetGo.
The best Flourless Espresso Hazelnut Mudcake by The Whole Daily did not disappoint for Father’s Day dessert. The perfect refined sugar free treat. Gimme!
Cheers mama nature!
I bounced out of bed yesterday and headed up the road to take this snap of Venus and the moon in a tango over the ocean.
Cheers mama nature.
I enjoyed this BOSS MAMA interview with Lily of Beholder blog on soul food and skincare.
A giggly weblink
Mallory Ortberg’s satirical summary of Japanese cleaner Marie Kondo’s popular book The life-changing magic of tidying up is hilarious.
My favourite – ”There is no need for a bed in the truly de-cluttered life. You should hover gently several inches above the floor in perfect harmony with your surroundings during your yearly nap, like a seahorse.”
And this gorgeous quote by Panache Desai on Facebook:
I’m about to scoop up my baby boy and bolt out the door to soak up the sunshine. A little poke around the local bookstore, a quick trip to the library and a beach visit are in order.
What are you up to this weekend?