Do it all!

This is one of my favorite things to do. Leaving home and flowing through the day.

Last Saturday Zion and I, we did just that. Dress, shorts, shirt and Havaianas, Water and some coins in the pocket.

After the farewell picknick in the morning, we spontaneously dropped by at Sara's (Hi Sara!).

Three years ago we met on a climbing occasion. Lasting memories had kept us in contact online until we saw each other again just a week ago at EUS-School inauguration.

There's time for everything and that moment on Saturday was ours to finally connect.

Melting at the pool and nipping some fresh water we talked about life. Of course. I mean, life's, what we love.

When we said Goodbye, she directed me to this message in her apartment.
This is written by a boy called Nkosi Johnson born with AIDS and died with 12 years.


Read it! Take it all in!


"DO ALL THAT YOU CAN,
WITH ALL THAT YOU HAVE,
IN THE TIME THAT YOU HAVE,
IN THE PLACE WHERE YOU ARE"



How're you feeling about it? Reply here!

I had goosebumps all over.
What an inspiration!


Every day, when I go out and teach or share time with my friends or encounters, I witness such different lifestyles, beauty, struggle and needs, ideas, thoughts and belonging.

You may be at a shallow point in your life, feeling tired and exhausted. Or lost and disconnected with yourself. You may be feeling awesome and still with many questions within you.

Nkosi Johnson's message is a reminder for you, for me, for us all, that there're faith, opportunity, and no limits. 🙌

Most important though is to give all of you; anytime, anywhere with whatever you do.

Because you're so full of life.

With all my love,


Your Stef ❤️

P.S.: When your partner, friend, colleague needs an encouragement forward this email along. Encouraging's powerful!