Changes Are Coming

It is the end of an era for the blog. We will stop putting up our favorite moments of the day. We have decided to make it private again and just between the two of us. 

We hope that you keep looking for that bright moment of the day among yourselves no matter how bad your day went. If you keep looking hard enough, you’ll be able to find the moment that makes the day better than you thought it was.

Of course we will keep giving you inspirations for those moments – we will write more about unique moments and get into more detail concerning what made this moment special and why we appreciate it.

Starting at the roots again

This morning after a lovely walking meditation next to the river I was sitting under two huge trees. And I thought about the start of yoga, more precisely about the start of Patanjali’s Yoga path:

Ahimsa is Sanskrit for non-violence and the term has been interpreted differently according to religion and circumstances. 

It’s interesting to read about other people’s interpretations, but what is most important in my opinion is to find an own answer to what Ahimsa means for your life and how you can integrate it. 

For me, non-violence includes a healthy, balanced mostly vegan but definitely vegetarian diet. It also means loving myself and my body (no matter which weight I have). Accepting and taking care of my needs and feelings. Being open for and accepting other people, even when they don’t share my values and live a very different life.


My weekends home are just amazing – ever since I managed to stop being nervous and trying to see everyone in not enough time. This weekend I enjoyed time with my family, especially my grandma. And the beautiful surrounding nature of course.



Coming home late from yoga as usual, but knowing to have a free day ahead I could take some time for showering and getting into bed. One day off from work can change your whole time perception, even days before the actual day off.