Abraham Lincoln said: “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other. “ How wise (sigh), but you know how it goes: “What are your […]
I’m a health & wellness journalist and yoga guide publisher with over 15 years experience in the publishing industry. Having lived in 6 countries on 3 continents, I currently enjoy life in Melbourne and soak up inspiring ideas in mind-boggling India.
Here you’ll find stories that inspire and empower you to live, and not just exist. Because it’s all about finding out what you really want to do with this life.
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~ Andrea Leber
…it’s almost the weekend, too late to worry about what was (and still is!) on this week’s to-do-list – and too early to get all worked up about X-mas shopping 🙂 Enjoy […]
Would you allow me to follow you through a perfectly normal, average day of yours? Forgive me, am just assuming things here, but I guess you get up and sit down for […]
…”if you haven’t found it yet, keep looking, don’t settle”. Steve Jobs Are we not all craving for it, finding the thing we love? But hell, it’s so hard, between busy jobs, […]
Yoga, that used to be the stuff only weird people were doing. People who didn’t drive, but cycled. People who had muesli for breakfast when a significant part of the population had […]
“Just so that you know, here, we get up at 4am.” LOL. That’s how I felt. I looked around at my fellow yoga students. No one laughed. No one even looked vaguely […]
Time is a weird thing. It expands and contracts, depending on what you’re doing. Waiting for the bus? Oh dear, time expaaaands like crazy (it just seems to be a fact, a […]
Rishikesh is like no other city: It’s the World capital of yoga and the Gateway to the Himalayas and it’s purely vegetarian and alcohol-free (yesss, the entire city). The population of 60.000 seems tiny compared […]