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8 Yoga Poses to Relieve Tight Hamstrings

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Oh, hamstrings! These long muscles along the back of the thigh have been my nemesis for quite some time. Throughout my yoga journey, I have spent a ton of time focusing in on stretching my legs and especially the hamstrings because it is an area where I am nearly always feeling tight. Today, I am sharing some of my favorite yoga poses to relieve tight...
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Yoga for Healing: Treating PTSD with Lisa Yeager

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A couple weeks ago, I shared a bit of my yoga journey and how it helped me recover from depression and anxiety. Yoga was an incredible tool for me that taught me the importance of mindfulness and taking charge of my own mind. It also taught me a lot about healing the traumas throughout my life. Today, I am so honored to be introducing you...
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Energizing Morning Yoga Routine – Free PDF

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If you have ever read my blog, you know how much I absolutely adore coffee and morning routines. I do usually wake up with a load of energy and ready to conquer the day. I have a lot of habits that I have been working on to help give me more energy in the morning, such as cold showers and loud music. However, the best way...
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Meet Helen Edwards – Nothing Sexier Than Freedom

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"Finally, for the record, the best relationship I have ever had, is with myself. I made Love, I receive love, and I give love. My words of suggestion for all who read this are to live alive, breathe, and go the distance! You’ll be glad you did." - Helen Edwards, Nothing Sexier Than Freedom I am thrilled and honored to be introducing you to my good...
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Week 23: Pack to Pack

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Monday morning hits and as usual its time for our packup and leave routine. After packing up our things, Kim and I made one more stop into town to grab breakfast before getting in our tuk-tuk to head to the airport. Since we had some extra time before our flight we decided that on the way to the airport we would stop at the outdoor...
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Week 22: Sidetrip to Sidetrip to Sidetrip

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Monday was our final day of our Laos trip. So after packing up our stuff we decided to grab last coffees at Utopia so we could see the café during the day. If I would spend more time in Laos I would definitely frequent Utopia because it is truly the coolest. Unfortunately it eventually became time to leave and we had a quick one hour...
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Week 21: A [Luang Pra]Bang’in Good Time

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Week 21 of Remote Year started off with running some errands that I probably should have done before embarking on my year: getting my yellow fever vaccine. But, pro tip… it’s actually a lot cheaper when done abroad, and as a cheapskate, I always appreciate the discount. Sadie, Isaac and I got together and headed across town in search of a travel clinic to receive...
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Week 20: Keep the Activities Coming!

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Mondays are so much better when they start on the beach… am I right? Unfortunately this was my last day in Krabi, but I was going to make sure to get as much sunshine as humanly possible. I set my alarm for 8AM so I could pack up my things and still be on the beach before it got too crowded. There I started reading...
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Week 19: Life’s a Railay Big Beach

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Here we are. Our first week in a new city. Time to find out where all the good coworking spots are. Where all the good hangouts are. Where we will be spending the next five weeks. Unfortunately our new one bedroom digs mean that I enjoyed being on my own a bit more than other months. It’s the perfect place to get back into a...
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Week 18: Tam Biêt Vietnam!

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Somehow we made it to our last week in Hanoi. A lot of people are happy to be leaving, but I miss the city already. I fell in love with the hectic-ness, the anything goes attitude, and how it challenged me every day. The week begins with both Monday and Tuesday being flooded with work. I spend most of the day in Toong with small...
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