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The power of rest

For some reason society has taught us to totally undervalue rest. We grew up in a world where “doing more” meant being better. Working longer hours equalled more success, looking busy was more important than whatever it was you were actually doing. Let alone looking after yourself. Sleep was seen as something to try and need less of, rather than one of the most valuable things to our physical and mental health, especially our focus…

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The truth about why I stopped writing

Let me start by saying this post has been a long time coming. Like, at least a year, probably more.  And really, a lot has happened to me over the past year or – if I’m really honest – two. And really a lot of it wasn’t nice at all. And somewhere along the way, I kind of just disappeared. And even though I’ve felt better for a while now, it’s still somehow only just…

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The truth about being a Digital Nomad

“Digital Nomad” has become such an instagram term these days that I’m starting to wonder if it’s starting to lose all meaning. It’s just another buzzword to add to your bio, yet another unrealistic “aspirational” goal to add to your highlight reel to try and generate likes. We’re so surrounded by fakeness online now, so used to looking at people’s perfectly-curated dream lives that it’s easy to lose sight of what’s actually real behind all…

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Know when to stop.

I’ve always been one of those people with a naturally busy mind that finds it hard to switch off. Brimming with ideas, sparking with excitement, always looking for the next thing to do. In a lot of ways it’s great. I mean, it’s what gives me drive, passion, the urge to explore… But over the years I’ve definitely had to learn how to deal with it. I’ve discovered that there’s a fine line between busy-ness…

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Dear Instagram, I’m over you.

Is it just me, or is anyone else feeling some serious instagram fatigue at the moment? (I really hope it’s not just me) I’m just kind of, over it. It’s like instagram has become so saturated with the same content, the same “aspirational posts”, people just posting the same products, posing in the same places, using the same presets…. There’s so much of the same, its like everything has lost it’s value, its creativity, its…

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How I learned to love my body

I’m sure I can’t be the only girl out there who has always had a “thing” about their stomach. For as long as I can remember, it’s always been the part of my body that I am most uncomfortable with – avoiding getting it out at all costs, braving a bikini on holiday and spending the whole day sucking in my belly and comparing myself to other girls on the beach, telling myself I’m “too…

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