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  • Writer's pictureMarika Gare


Today I wanted to focus on losing your mojo and finding it again!

With all that we endure in life - running a business/working, running endless errands, parenting, housework, illnesses, relationships, and everything in between, it's easy to lose your mojo sometimes and feel a little flat with the endless responsibilities.

Sometimes we are just in the thick of it and getting through the days doing the best we can. And that's all we can do.

But when you feel you've lost your mojo, and it's been too long, it's time to crack that whip and go hunting for it again!

Reclaim your confidence, energy, and enthusiasm. Find your Mojo.

Remember when you were a kid and the little things made you so excited? Like spending the day wandering through the bush, with no plans, just finding your own fun. Exploring the landscape, smelling the fresh air, feeling the soft breeze on your face, and finding unusual natural things. Do you remember how happy you felt at the end of the day, after being in those natural surroundings?

These days it’s like we have forgotten how to be outdoors. Everything is on a screen or inside brick walls or too organised and structured. Time spent in nature, with no set plans or anything to think about, is actually very powerful. It's what fuels our brains and our emotions and helps produce endorphins, the body's natural happy drug.

It's called Re-Wilding, connecting with that inner human spirit, reawakening our senses and our souls, and encouraging us to see the beauty in the natural world again. As humans, we have incredible abilities to heal ourselves and restore the natural rhythms within us, reinvigorating our hearts again.

Being exposed to sunshine for just 20 minutes is enough to balance our circadian rhythms which improves sleep, aids the body in the repair and regeneration of mitochondria (the stuff that is essential for the production of energy), and improves hormone function. It also ignites our body to increase serotonin levels (the body’s other natural happy drug) so is great for improving your mood and happiness levels.

As Einstein once said ““Look deeper into nature and you will understand everything better.” - Albert Einstein.

There are some beautiful places around Perth to soothe your soul and reconnect again and find your inner mojo.

When’s the last time you got back to nature?

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