Here we are, the days between Christmas and New Years, feeling the slower lag of the holidays, that sort of ‘non-time’ when you don’t really know what day it is, when you’ve had too much sugar and not enough vegetables, and the air feels so much like foggy springtime you might think you’re celebrating the wrong season. I don’t know about you, but I am ready for the fresh start of New Years, and the chance to simplify my life again, declutter any stressful areas (both physical and emotional), and start anew.

Moms, I don’t know how you do it. You spend so much energy looking after your little ones, rocking your babies, running after your toddlers, tripping over Lego and blocks, finding new and original ways to get your kids to eat, working on sleep routines, arranging play dates, nurturing your family and wiping away tears after nightmares and sibling spats and disappointed hearts, balancing grocery shopping and dinners and careers … when do you ever get a chance to look after YOU?

We are so excited about our Body Mind & Soul Online Retreat for Moms starting in January, 2020, that is created uniquely for you. Do it from the cozy warmth of you home, at the time that suits you best. Put your kids to bed, pour a hot tea, cozy up with a blanket, and experience this retreat in just a short time each week. We want you to find relaxation and rest, to be able to reclaim balance in your lives, to rediscover who you are, and to find a safe space to be vulnerable, honest, and and understanding towards yourselves.

Save your seat and register here, by December 31st!

Come join us and show up for yourself. You deserve a moment that is just for you. Bring your presence and your mindfulness, and find self-compassion and love for yourself. It will change everything. A fresh start towards freedom, abundance, love.

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Some stories from home, some from travel adventures (usually in autumn), some happening in community, friendship and faith, and some about the vulnerable, lonely and excluded. To honour them because they have changed me for the better and taught me how to love more fully and be loved more fully. Some days are great, some good, some not always good. But overall, it's been a beautiful journey so far, and I feel more like myself every day. -- Debra, writer / photographer / blogger / traveller

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