I started off my February yoga month with a vinyasa flow class at Frame, Shoreditch – London. The word ‘vinyasa’ can be translated as ‘arranging something in a special way’ like yoga poses! In vinyasa yoga you coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. Flow classes string poses together to make a […]Read more "12×17 Yoga 1.1"
I’ve practiced yoga on and off for two years but I’ve never been committed despite dreams of having a yoga retreat in the Philippines one day. I’ve always let daily life get in the way and feel like I’m never making progress. Yoga is great not just because of its physical benefits but mental benefits […]Read more "12 x 17: Feb. Yoga."
Last year my pal Sam Furness did a year long project (#12×16) in which he pursued a new creative project each month. Inspired by this I have set out on my own project (12×17). My aim is slightly different, after a difficult year in 2016 I learnt the value of wellbeing – physical and mental […]Read more "girl v 12×17"
Perhaps it’s being single for too long… Or not long enough… But I reckon Santa is my ideal man, and here’s why… His job keeps him busy, but he works from home – meaning we won’t live in each other’s pockets but there’s always time for a mid-afternoon romp stroll. I would live in the North […]Read more "on why Santa is my ideal man"
I have no idea what I’m doing in my life.Read more "the most honest truths I’ve told; a complete list"
I’m fine. Don’t worry about him. No, the dress isn’t too short.You’ll get over it. No, you don’t look fat. I’ll never drink again. I’ll never date again. I’ll never date HIM again. I’ve read the terms and conditions. I’m over him. I’ve never felt like this with anyone else before. Sorry I can’t see […]Read more "lies I’ve told; an incomplete list"
So you’ve scared them won them over with your opening lines, the law of probability says that eventually you’ll match, chat and bag yourself a date. And if I can bag a date with my lines, there’s hope for us all. But where do you go? This could be a story you’re telling your grandchildren […]Read more "The Patty and Bun Theory"