May 9, 2014

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High Vibe Project day 3&4

High Vibe Project day 3&4

Monday The weatherman predicted a day of rain on Monday and wouldn’t you know it, he was right. It poured through the night and I could hear it continuing as I woke up. After putting of the exercise tasks to the late afternoon on day 1 and right before bed on day 2, I decided this was something I’d rather START my day with. Today’s exercise: 30 crunches. Out of bed and crunching. There’s a certainly a mental...

May 5, 2014

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Day 2 of the High Vibe Project

Day 2 of the High Vibe Project

Still in the city, staying at Thom’s Nana & Pop’s place, Thom and I got up at 7.30 to take Thom to the second half of his First Aid Course for 8am. Spending this weekend in Whangarei might’ve just been the perfect way to kick off the High Vibe Project Self Love Task:  Go swimming. Use the hot tub and sauna. It’s such a good way to unwind. The thing about living the blissful rural Far North, is...

May 4, 2014

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Kicking off the High Vibe Project right...

Kicking off the High Vibe Project right

5am is not a bright start to any day, well not at least in autumn in the Far North. Nonetheless, Saturday morning we were up, out of bed at 5 and out the door by 5.20 and on the road to Whangarei, 2 hours south of home. There was a low-lying fog most of the way, hanging elegantly just above the tree line, like a veil. I would have taken a photo, but I was driving. Thom had his First...

May 3, 2014

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Hello High Vibe Project!

Hello High Vibe Project!

Recite the months of the year with me.. January, February, May, June – wait, what happened to March and April?! Yeah, looking back at my blog, I just asked myself the same damn thing. I think it goes without saying that blogging took a bit of a back seat as I returned to New Zealand. I also developed an evil case of Writer’s Block. The kind that left me silenced and unsure of where to go and what to...

Feb 24, 2014

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Travelling with an Ear Infection

Travelling with an Ear Infection

I wasn’t plagued with frequent ear infections as a kid, but I did get them. My dad kindly passed on his “tub ear” or “swimmer’s ear” genetics to me. I actually got an ear infection while I was home visiting my parents in August; I didn’t have a family doctor after being away from home for many years, and Yarmouth didn’t have a walk-in clinic. I was not about to go sit at Outpatients at the Emergency Room,...