This month Elizabeth Gilbert celebrates the 10-year anniversary of her (beyond) bestselling book.
Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It: Life Journeys Inspired by the Bestselling Memoir will be out on April 5th, and I can't wait to read it. See, I'm one of those million of women, who has found comfort and courage on the pages of Gilbert's book. It caught my eye immediately, as I walked into a cafe called Kafe: A book shelve stacked with the book, that book. In a choir of worry some people would let me know, that I was crazy to give up my safe bet of being in a marriage.
There was just this one little detail: I was completely in the dark as to how to get out of my dark, what to do and where to go from here. He pointed to the book shelve that had mesmerized me, where that book stood tall in bundles. I couldn't figure out whether to be utterly offended by being put in what sounded like a degrading box - or whether to laugh at the fact that it was so blatantly obvious how much of the Elizabeth Gilbert Spiritual Tourist In Bali-cliche, I apparently seemed to be. He laughed and bought me a well-needed coffee, and I reciprocated the poor guy with my life story. WOACA or not, I finished and pointed out, before I left for to go to my yoga class; it's never to late to wake up and start again no matter how old, how lost, how hopeless, how poor, how rich, how ill.
I would have also loved to tell him, when I left after coffee that day five years ago to go to yoga, I came to meet a very special yoga teacher.

That's how I flew home to Denmark, and that's how I was crazy enough to quit my job ("my only safe bet to earn money", the choir of disbelievers hauled). Lover of life outside the fast lane writing about yoga, slow lifestyle, women and well-being. I had travelled 24 hour from my home country Denmark to get here (not recommendable to do so on a belly full of champagne by the way). In this small Indonesian Island, I knew nothing about, besides what I had read in EAT PRAY LOVE. Start with coffee, always start with coffee, and from there I prayed that Bali would somehow provide me with the answers, I needed to proceed, onwards, in life. You've read it, Eat, Pray, Love, and now you've come to Bali to do yoga and some soul searching and find the meaning of life, yeah? First Name Last Name E-Mail Address 10 Sewing Tips I Learned That Changed My Life As with life, along your sewing journey there are moments that change you.
The book that had been my one fix point during the turmoil of what, I have later have come to call my annus horribilis.That year was my 30th one.
A little more round, a little more bald, a little more tanned - quite the MOACA, I would have loved to tell him, if he hadn't been busy chatting up a young woman. And, ahem, hi, my name is Karen, and I am utterly clueless as to what you're asking", I admitted. Stop you from cringing over sewing an armhole, from shying away from certain fabrics, or from making that expensive purchase.

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I tried and tried, but all I would get was bunched up thread and loads of unsavory language flying out of my mouth. How to End Wavy Knit Seam Syndrome.I tried and tried to sew with knits, and was always so unsuccessful. It wasn’t until I figured out THIS little trick, that I was able to be successful in sewing with knits. There is just something so appealing about the rows upon rows of pretty quilting cotton when entering the fabric store.
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I constantly found myself pulling out the seam ripper whenever it came to sleeves to pull out the tiny little fabric tucks that would get stuck in my sleeve’s armsyce seam.

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