Self Care Time Out

May 28, 2019

It’s been a while since I’ve posted. My apologies for the longer-than usual silence.

This healing business is a bit of an emotional bumpy ride. I’ve been observing and taking mental notes. Breathing every step of the way. What I didn’t understand about divorce is that in many ways, it’s not the divorce itself that leaves you winded-it’s the friends, family members and “things” you lose in the fire.

So I’m taking a bit more time out for self care. For me personally, this means more time for reflection, breath-work, yoga (of course) — and possibly returning to humanitarian work so that I can achieve more balance in all areas of my life.

For the content I create, it means I aim to post once monthly– with more targeted pieces. On social media, I will continue micro-blogging about my daily life — but the direction of lisalondon.com will be focused on supporting women going through challenging life transitions. Balancing social media with blogging will also help with the awareness of how much more I use my phone as an accessible distraction from the real inner work that requires a behemoth commitment.

The direction of the blog is changing … If this doesn’t appeal to you, I encourage you to follow me on Instagram @mslisalondon where you’ll get a broader flavor of what’s on offer.

For this transition, I only have one favor to ask: Please update your subscriber preferences so that you hear from me in the way that you want. This will help us both get more of the abundance that the Universe has to offer.

I’m curious to hear from you — what types of ‘time outs’ have you taken to take care of yourself in challenging moments? Sound off below!

Thank you for your love and continued support!

PS: You can update your subscriber preferences here: http://eepurl.com/gihGYD

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Lisa London
Koh Tao Island, Thailand

Welcome to my journey of discovery, healing and radical self love. I’m in the process of divorce and I’m using this blog to share my experiences through all the places, things I see around the world. So far I have traveled to more than 50 countries on four continents, and counting. I am a 500 HR Yoga Teacher, and Strala Guide trained by American yogi, Tara Stiles, founder of Strala Yoga. I received a master’s in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and a master’s in Anthropology from the School of Oriental & African Studies. I now live on the island of Koh Tao, Thailand, where I guide yoga and seize opportunities for personal growth that I willingly share with those around me. Follow my blog and discover my renewal through food, travel, and yoga.

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