This week I’m sharing my online space with Robyn from Be Whole. She writes about travel, health, beauty, mentality and general body and mind wellness on her beautiful blog.
To find out more read on below…
What I know is that challenges appear so that we can be refined. The more we learn, change, and grow, the closer we come to feeling whole. Feeling complete is not something you can attain but rather realize. We only realise that we are full, capable human beings when we are forced to be resourceful and step out of our comfort zones.
Exploration. I love traveling, working up a sweat on an outdoor activity, spending time in nature, and writing.
I’m in between books at the moment and have a habit of re-reading books that I’ve enjoyed – several times. I also get the audio versions so that I can listen to them while I’m cooking or driving. Right now, I’m reading Thrive by Arianna Huffington (again), and The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron – both self-help books.
I want a life packed with adventure. I have a knack for telling stories and my lively nature forces me to keep things interesting. I want to see the world, meet new people, learn new languages, and share stories.
My staple shoes right now – at home and a lot of other places, is a pair of oh-so-comfy slip-ins. I’ve had them for about three years and take them everywhere with me. If I don’t get to wear them out, they’ll be waiting in the boot of my car. In terms of clothing, I like a lot of solid colours, nothing too bright, nothing sparkling like statement clothing. I wear a lot of pants, tank tops, and oversized knits.
What I need is to learn the art of detachment. It’s my most difficult challenge right now. I want to be able to love and not feel possessive of people, places and things – love and let go when it’s necessary.
Images: supplied by Robyn Thomas from Be Whole blog