Finding Time to Reflect After
a Major Month of Work & Play
This issue has been a whirlwind adventure thus far. We started the month in Cape Town talking about how to launch ambitious new projects, while exploring all that the city has to offer.
In week two, we got into love and politics, looking for an authentic way to express ourselves in both areas. And last week was the most exciting yet—hopefully we convinced you that going on safari is not overrated.
After so much exploration and transformation, it’s time to slow down and reflect. I for one am at a moment that’s less about taking charge and pushing forward, and more about stepping back and seeking Divine guidance. These cycles of ebb and flow are as natural in business as they are in life, so I’m delighted to share my process for returning to the feminine.
Returning to the feminine is also about focusing our attention inward. It’s so important that we women entrepreneurs take amazing care of ourselves, not only in spirit but in body. That’s why this week we’ve brought in several wellness experts to share their perspectives on what it takes to build lasting health.
First up is DLM regular and celebrity nutritionist Cynthia Pasquella, who’s reflecting on her role in Khloe Kardashian’s new reality show. Read Cynthia’s story now to hear how Cynthia and Khloe are helping victims of abuse learn to love themselves and their bodies once again.
Then back in Cape Town, we have two unique experts telling us about some of the latest trends in integrative medicine and nutrition. Coming from Southern California, it’s easy to imagine I’m in the wellness capital of the world, but this movement is truly global and I was so intrigued by the new techniques I found in South Africa.
And if you’ll be joining me in a bit of R&R this weekend, then we’ve got you covered. Check out our list of must-watch movies that will take you to Africa, and plan your own dreamy adventure in Cape Town with our latest Divine Living City Guide.
|All My Love,