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Austin might just be our new favourite city! Here are 10 reasons why:

1. Lady Bird Lake

Austin’s got everything we could wish for from a city break, whilst being simultaneously immersed in nature. The sound of bird song fills the city centre, which sits just a stones...

A long weekend away in Puerto Rico was the perfect remedy to the busy build up to Christmas. We fell in love with the warmth of the people, the place and its fusion of Caribbean and Spanish culture: so, think late-night tapas, mojitos, and salsa (to dip and to danc...

As many of you know, Dan and I recently relocated from London to Charlotte and so far we are loving our new life. Here’s how the ‘Queen City’ compares to the Queen’s home town...

Culture and Community

Charlotte is a city with a small-town feel, and balances the best...

Stepping out of our comfort zone can be scary. So why should we - or would we- want to do it more? In this article I’m looking at how a 10-day honeymoon inadvertently functioned as a self-development retreat- pushing boundaries, rebooting the body, broadening persp...

I’m a big believer in never visiting the same place twice. Simply because I’m so aware of how big the world is and how much there is I want to see. And in general, I stick to that mantra. Except where Cornwall is concerned. I just can’t get enough of Cornwall’s qua...

I love a lot of cities that I would never want to live in. The two-day tourist binges on the guide book best bits but rarely experiences life like a local- which might be cramped, difficult and ultimately, unaffordable. A weekend away tells a very different story f...

Paris is still very much Europe’s cool kid: enticing in an international crowd yet refusing to change for any tourist. They don’t do compromise, unnecessary niceties or British sarcasm but they do pack a punch of charm and culinary class (more of which later!) The...

Cinque Terre (which literally means ' five lands) is a colourful region of the Italian Riviera made up of 5 cosy coastline towns. Even though it's become a bit of a summer time tourist trap, the area still delivers every Italian delight: stunning scenery, delicious...

Arriving at Siem Reap’s glamorous Golden Temple Residence Hotel was a complete shock to the system after 4 weeks living in humble abodes. This fabulous hotel is currently no.1 on Trip Advisor because guests couldn’t get over the quality of customer service. I must...

Cambodia's seaside city is famed for it's endless coastline, beach hut bars and notorious nightlife. Yet if you're not a backpacker looking for sea, sex and partying until sunrise, then I'd recommend avoiding the busy beaches and heading further alo...

Koh Rong Samloen has been coined the 'quiet' island because it's calm, serenity contrasts the lively parties on Koh Rong. Yet if you want a real sense of simple seclusion then you're going to have to trek 50 minutes through jungle to Sunset Beach- n...

I’ve only been at Vagabond Temple for two days and yet I already feel right at home. Arriving on Sunday afternoon jet-lagged and nervous, I was a little apprehensive about what to expect from my first Cambodian retreat. Straight away I was warmly welcomed into the...

It certainly wasn’t on my ‘cities-I-must-visit-before-I’m-thirty’ list, but I am incredibly grateful that a business trip brought me to beautiful Basel. Sat on a three county-corner, the Swiss city lies on a border triangle with France and Germany. Which I was quic...

The Czech Republic capital will satisfy both the hipster and the historian in you without breaking the bank. Beer and baroque seamlessly intertwine throughout the ‘Golden City with 100 spires’, which has the highest beer consumption per capita in the world (142.6 l...

I last visited Dubrovnik 4 years ago on a University trip and I’ve never stopped singing its praises. I reminisced over the emerald-green islands that popped out of the cascading blues of the Adriatic, as if a picture from Peter Pan. The castle walls that tour you...

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ABOUT ME

My name is Katie and I'm passionate about the power of storytelling and how we can use it in our everyday lives to consciously create the lives that we want to lead. That's my why. The what is that I'm a coach, writer, yoga teacher, speaker and the founder of a yoga life coaching company called YOCO. I am also incredibly proud to be a part of 4D HumanBeing, an international leadership development and communication skills company.

Last year brought about a lot of exciting change: I got married to my best friend in June and we moved to the USA in August! We're currently living in Charlotte, North Carolina and we plan to travel all over the Americas. So we will be blogging about our adventures, our experiences as expats and our relationships, with ourselves, each other and our new community. This is a blog about everyday wellness; the yoga that happens off the mat; but mostly, it's a blog about being well and truly human. Here are some examples:

-I quit vipassana (a 10-day silent retreat) after 26 hours.

-I often often skip shavasana and yet, if you click here you'll find a whole article on the benefits of this lying down posture at the end of a yoga practice.

-I became a vegan, simply because it made me feel morally better than everyone else. Turns out I like eggs more than morals.

-I set up Monday evening Spanish Night to motivate Dan and I to learn a language. In reality, Spanish night involves us drinking Rioja and eating tapas. 

 

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