Diary of a trainee yoga teacher | Emotions and Asana

As part of my YTT I have been asked to complete two pieces of homework over the month. Firstly, practising awn sun salutations a day and secondly keeping a journal, either a gratitude journal with reflection on asanas or just the asana diary. I have found myself combining a morning and nightly journal with my…

Writing Workshop | Memories and Mindfulness with Soul Care Newcastle

I’m really excited to be facilitating another creative writing workshop with Soul Care sessions. This time round we’ll be looking at memories, memoir and mindfulness. Here is the workshop description: Join us for a cathartic writing workshop with Hannah Bullimore, in which we’d love you all to bring along a small object from your past…

Mindfulness | How to set kind goals

Goal setting is a really important part of my daily routine. I actually find that if I set a few goals for the next day, I can sleep more easily knowing that I don’t have to think about remembering everything that has to be done the next day. However, goal setting can become a hindrance…

Diary of a trainee yoga teacher |The First Weekend

Welcome to my new, ten month blog series all about training to be a yoga teacher! Over the next ten months I am going to be completing my 200hr YTT with Yomala at YogaTherapies. I want to share my experiences as I go, to hopefully help those considering YTT or who are curious about yoga in…

Blog Tour | Odette by Jessica Duchen

I was lucky enough to receive Odette by Jessica Duchen as part of the blog tour to celebrate its release. Odette is a modern fairytale. Telling the story of Mitzi, a freelance writer struggling to cope with the loss of her father and living alone. When a swan crashes through her window, she at first thinks…

Lifestyle | Five Simple Ways To Be More Mindul

As much as mindfulness is there to improve our general wellbeing, sometimes it can feel like another thing to add to our to do lists. It can be another thing to feel guilty about if we don’t feel we’ve dedicated enough time to focusing on our own wellbeing. But mindfulness doesn’t have to be complicated…

Book Club | My Ultimate Hygge Reading List

The nights are drawing in, Christmas shopping has started and the number of celebs on Strictly is dwindling. As someone who loves all things summer and dreads the chill, I’ve been cultivating a cosy Hygge felling at home. From Woodwick candles that smell like a real log fire, to layers of warm blankets and twinkling…

REVIEW| The Good Samaritan by Will Carver

The Good Samaritan is a new crime thriller by Will Carver and I was lucky enough to be sent a copy as part of the blog tour to celebrate its release. The Good Samaritan plays on the parable and reverses the roles, playing on our darkest fears that the unknown stranger will not be kindly but could…