The City of Angels has a reputation for throwing the classiest parties ever, and it’s not going to let a little thing like a pandemic cramp its style. If you’re getting back in the travel groove after quarantine, there’s no better place to enjoy the quintessential American holiday — the Fourth of July. While some celebrations may look different, the vibe is 100% California fun, … Continue reading Guide to the Fourth of July in LA (during a pandemic)
Picnics are tons of fun for spring, summer or fall. Luckily for Californians, the state offers year-round sunny skies — winter or summer, you’re bound to experience some pleasant weather. Whichever time you choose is sure to bring excitement — but before you go, check out a few tips for planning an enjoyable picnic! Pack Smart Choose food that doesn’t require hassle or leave behind … Continue reading Your Guide to Planning the Perfect Picnic in LA
To all of my fellow yogis, or those looking to give this physical and mental practice a try, I highly recommend attending a Bender event. Bender Yoga is a one-of-a-kind studio located in Downtown Los Angeles that “blends yoga and wellness with music, art, and culture; therefore, repositioning fitness as recreation.” They also hold their yoga sessions on the rooftop of the ROW so you … Continue reading Bender SkyFlow Festival: A Day Full of Yoga, Meditation, Music, Fashion, and Inspiration!
It’s true. I can’t deny it, nor would I ever, ever want to. Wanderlust 108 made thousands of people bond together with smiles on their faces and freedom in their souls to run, dance, flow, meditate, learn, play, and share in incredible moments under the Seattle sunshine, propelled by perpetual beats and rhymes. I for one caught onto the momentum of my true north and … Continue reading Wanderlust 108 Seattle We #CameTogether #FoundOurTrueNorth and had #TheBestDayEver
The one and only mindful triathlon is coming to the Seattle area on Sunday, May 21st, straight from Los Angeles, Guadalajara and Melbourne: Wanderlust 108! Find some seriously liberating inner bliss while you navigate towards “Your True North,” as Wanderlusters say. The condensed one-day outdoor festival offers a magical trifecta of an adidas fueled 5k sprint, run, jog or saunter around Lake Sammamish State Park, 90 minutes of … Continue reading Don’t Miss Wanderlust 108 in Seattle, Washington
Did you know there are pain free and inexpensive options besides in vitro fertilization for getting pregnant? Listen to Lisa’s 3-minute story. When doctors have ruled out physical chemistry and are stymied about how to help you, it’s not unusual to hear them remark, “Nothing can be done.” What would be more accurate is to say, “I don’t know how to help you.” Unfortunately, too many doctors … Continue reading I want to Get Pregnant and It Is Not Happening!
How do you know if you’re working with someone who is actually helping you? How do you know how to trust someone else’s perspectives more than your own? How do you know if what a therapist is telling you is true? It’s challenging to find a therapist, energy healer or coach who can truly help you. Here are some ways to CHECK if the work you are … Continue reading How to Find an Exceptional Therapist, Healer, or Coach
When you meet Guru Jagat you know you have met someone special, just being in her presence feels otherworldly. Sometimes I think she holds the wisdom of the universe as she shows her students at RA MA Institute in Venice, California how to use ancient techniques of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation to help upgrade their body’s operating system, and often hit a reset button. My … Continue reading Guru Jagat and Invincible Living, her new book
What does being HIP mean to you? Do you eat at the newest restaurants that have a 6 month + wait? Do you wear the coolest brands that were donned at fashion week in NYC? Or do you hang out at the hottest of hot spots in town? Well, to me, being HIP is even cooler than ALL of those things. Being HIP, is … Continue reading Why Being Thoughtfully HIP Should Be Your Goal for 2017
What you think in your mind, you become like that. The first time I heard that quote, I got really scared, because wow…the thoughts in my mind are often negative, limiting and critical. When my mind was so busy finding fault with others, I began to realize how true that quote was. As soon as my thoughts are critical of someone being arrogant, I … Continue reading How to create an attitude of gratitude