The “Stop Doing” Challenge

The “Stop Doing” Challenge

April 23, 2014By Princess Lie-Lie

Going through Me-Time month and spending a lot of energy on analysing my priorities and time, I’ve realised that I have been writing a lot of To-Do lists. To be honest, I quite like my To-Do lists, but this month has seen me doubling their output as I try to make more time for myself. … Read More

Kettles, Mirrors, Go!

Kettles, Mirrors, Go!

April 4, 2014By Zellie

April is our Bhoomie month to appreciate me-time, something Miss Tea-Time is very good at helping us with as she realises the “value of relaxation to the mind and the body”. There are many ways that I can think of relaxing, a bath, listening to music or meditation, but when do I actually make alone … Read More

Not Sure How To Let Go?

Not Sure How To Let Go?

March 14, 2014By Zellie

Step Out And Get Soaked Sometimes it can feel overwhelming to let go of the strong emotions that can keep us from moving forward in our lives. For me feelings like guilt and worry carry quite a bit of weight, so heavy I can’t simply just jiggle my shoulders and let them fall to the … Read More

So Excited, She Can’t Keep Her suitcase Shut

So Excited, She Can’t Keep Her suitcase Shut

February 28, 2014By Solar Love

I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. Daffodils by William Wordsworth Yesterday as I sunnily skipped through the park, wrapped in my own … Read More

How Much Do We Know About Where Our Food Is Grown?

How Much Do We Know About Where Our Food Is Grown?

February 20, 2014By Zellie

As February is our month of being Eco-warriors, I would like to share with you the book of Farmageddon. It’s an eye opening investigation by Compassion in World Farming CEO, Philip Lymbery and award-winning journalist Isabel Oakeshott, and together they tell the story of why our world’s farming system is not working. “Fascinating and terrifying … Read More

UBUNTU – A bond of sharing that connects all humanity

UBUNTU – A bond of sharing that connects all humanity

February 12, 2014By Zellie

Ubuntu is a beautiful word from South Africa. It’s used to give voice to a bond that we share with each other, a connection between all humanity. Literally it means “Human Kindness”, but each family in Africa has their own interpretation of the word. One that has had the biggest impact on my heart is … Read More

Wiring Ourselves Back Into Our Connection With Nature

Wiring Ourselves Back Into Our Connection With Nature

February 6, 2014By Zellie

When I walk on the beach, my feet make footprints that usually stay in the sand for only a few moments before the waves arrive to sweep them away. As they disappear, I’m reminded that I only have a temporary guest pass to enjoy this beautiful planet. Becoming Aware My pass is a reminder that … Read More

Fighting For Your Dream: Believe It And Protect It

January 19, 2014By Zellie

Many of us would have started 2014 promising ourselves a Mary Poppins bag full of things. A mix of resolutions that represent our hopes and dreams for the coming months or years. This year I have decided not to focus on the physical resolutions I normally make, such as getting fit. Instead I have promised … Read More

Let Those Idea Seeds in To Help You on Your Path of Change

Let Those Idea Seeds in To Help You on Your Path of Change

November 28, 2013By Zellie

My dearest Bhoomie friends, last month I shared my story of the running seed that grew into a little shoot of change, and how its sparkle soon grew legs and wings that carried me onto a journey I had never thought I would be on. Today I want to share a bit more of that … Read More

A Better View = the First Change

A Better View = the First Change

September 13, 2013By Zellie

I am quick to make up excuses of why I can’t do something when I’m scared of failure, that’s why it was so good to take away the power of the word “realistic” recently. When an idea seed is planted, there is a really good chance that it will grow into something useful and beautiful, … Read More