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Letting it all melt away in the hot springs

Letting it all melt away in the hot springs

Thermal Baths, Lares, Peru (photo credit: Marianne Comilang)In light of this darn Grand Cross thing (or whatever the energetic reason is that my ATM card has been compromised and other not-awesome things), I'm thinking fondly back to our recent trip to Lares Hot...

You are beautiful: Part 1 (an ongoing series until you believe it)

People can be mean. Even when they don't mean to be. Sometimes those offhand remarks leave the biggest scar. You never know how someone feels about themselves and words hurts. Intentional or not. Directly or indirectly. Actually, it's not the words themselves that are...

Easy Homemade: Nut Milk

Easy Homemade: Nut Milk

Many people I know are moving away from dairy for one reason or another. Personally, I do consume dairy products on occasion, opting for local and raw sources. But more often these days, I look to alternatives - nut milk, for example. I've been using nut milk for many...

My Morning Ritual: Warm Lemon (or Lime) Water

My Morning Ritual: Warm Lemon (or Lime) Water

Keeping your body healthy is an expression of gratitude to the whole cosmos. ~Thich Nhat Hanh First, apologies for being MIA for a while. Time got the better of me over the last few months with an abundance of VIP visitors (ie. family and BFFs) plus the start of many...

Take a bold (or baby) step out of your comfort zone

Take a bold (or baby) step out of your comfort zone

I resolve to… The new year is well on it's way. So I may be a little late in announcing that my New Year's resolution was to continue to push myself out of my comfort zone. To honour my resolution, the first thing I did was run off to the Amazon jungle. Ok, so it was...

Oh happy day! …Small ways to make your day a happier one

Oh happy day! …Small ways to make your day a happier one

I've been offline for almost 2 months. Deep in the Amazon jungle. Disconnecting in order to reconnect with Self and Nature. So much insight and learning that I hope to share with you over this and upcoming posts. I should preface this particular post by stating that I...

la chocolatada: holiday giving in peru

It's my first Christmas in Cusco. And my friend Elizabeth and her husband Erick (who own two of my favourite restaurants in Cusco - Uchu and Marcelo Batata) helped organize a chocolatada in the Sacred Valley. And they needed help. So I volunteered without a clue of...

Packing for the journey

I've been missing-in-action for awhile I realize. It's been a busy time of movement and transition. I was working a short contract, then moving house, then on a road trip to see friends and enjoy a beautiful Canadian autumn, then prepping for a return to Peru! In...

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