About me and small moments
In a busy world where every day life seems to pass by in a heartbeat. I wanted to create a space where I can remind myself that even though the big wonderful special occasions that happen in our lives are indeed wonderful, I believe the magic and the happiness we all seek is to be found in the everyday small moments that we are all capable of creating and experiencing – if we try.
The first sip of coffee in the morning, a simple meal enjoyed in the company of friends. Looking out of the window at the rain while pausing a moment to breathe. Going for a walk in nature even if it is just in your local park, taking time to do something important for your body and mind with yoga and meditation, Spending time with the people you love.
My hope is that maybe my small moments can inspire you to become more aware and grateful for the small moments that occur in your life.
I am 38 years old, married with two children. Albert and Isabel. We live in Copenhagen, Denmark. My mother grew up in California and my Father lived most of my childhood in London. My childhood was spent travelling the world with my family and feel it has given me both a feeling of “to travel is to live “ and at the same time a deep appreciation for living in the little cozy Kingdom of Denmark. I have lived in London for 5 years in my early twenties and love that I have friends and family all over the world.
I love to be home and feel most comfortable in my own home. I crave solitude and have done so ever since I was a young girl but also love nothing more then when my husband and kids are with me and we just stay home and hang around. I am a homebody who equally thrives out and about among people. People who know me would describe me I think as very open, funny at times slightly sarcastic but hey the world needs a little sass, right…?
I have spent most of my adult life working very hard and starting two businesses on my own. I was run down with stress and anxiety two years ago and after trying different types of therapy to recover I turned to yin yoga and found a way of connecting to myself and grounding that I never thought possible. This was my road to recovery and I finished my yin yoga teacher training September 3rd and a new life is waiting for me I feel. I hope to inspire others to find rest and contemplation in a world where everything happens so quickly we end up loosing ourselves and our place in this world.