Me Time Blog

Welcome to our Me Time Blog. Here we will create a space for sharing good energy and positive thinking. We will write about yoga, mindfulness and meditation practices, share stories from our retreats, and learn from each other through our own experiences with ´me time.´ Blog topics will include inspiring quotes, food for thought, tips on having a good day, relationship advice, and how to love yourself. Subscribe to our blog for words of advice or healing thoughts, everything published here is intended to spread love and kindness 🙂 Some days we will share exercises you can do at home, alone or with friends and family, or homework for you to do in your notebook. If you´ve ever come to a Me Time retreat, you can finally start filling in the notebook we gave you with these mindful writing practices!

thankful for soundbowls, incense and a bit of nature

For our very first blog, we wanted to share with you a list of things that we are grateful for:

We, at Me Time, are thankful for ´me time´ – the time we take for ourselves and share together at each retreat. We are thankful for every guest (and host) that shared a Me Time experience with us, and cannot wait to host more retreats next autumn/winter. We are also thankful for the summer season, a time when our retreats are on holiday, and the Múla Lodge is used for its original purpose – a luxury fishing lodge, which we are also so grateful for! Múlahús is like our second home, our winter cabin, and we can´t wait for more cozy, candle-lit nights by the fireplace. Thank you to all our friends and family who helped us make Me Time a reality, for faith in our creativity and ideas, and the space and time we needed to fulfil our entrepreneurial dreams.

Perhaps you would also like to share with us what you are thankful for these days in youre notebook or in a comment below 🙂 Thanks again, and namaste!


Published by Katrin Sif

Im a perpetually wondering nomad and cosmopolitan who has visited 200 countries before 30. Are there even 200 countries? Well its only numbers, traveling is about the journey, not the destination :)

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