Diana Dornyai

Creator of Wandering Mindfulness

🕉️ Yogini 🕉️
🌶️ Spicy Vegetarian Food Lover 🌶️
🍵 Tea Addict 🍵
🌍 Travel Maniac 🌏

I have been thinking a lot during my life about what shall I do that can create a passion within me and make me happy. It has been years since I knew, I want to create something of my own. A few years ago, a dear friend of mine showed me yoga and its purposes while she was doing her yoga teacher training. It was very interesting for me but at that time on that one occasion, but I could not really bother to do yoga in a long term. Afterwards, I changed countries, moved from one place to another but could not find my place that I could call “Home” – I still haven’t found it. In those stressful and depressing times somehow yoga returned into my life. I remember, we were struggling with money and I could not afford paying for yoga classes, but I wanted to do yoga, so I started learning ashtanga yoga by watching YouTube videos from Kino MacGregor. Then another moving came back to Hungary, and after a few months back to the UK again. I always say that I am still searching for my Home as I could not found it in any of these two countries, but at least, I am starting to have an idea and can see my goals forming in front of me. I truly believe, yoga helped me in looking at certain situations differently, and as in life there are hard times in yoga as well: sometimes everything goes well and so easy to do a certain asana, but also there days when I don’t even feel like stepping on my mat. Sometimes, we just need to let things go and believe: it’s enough what I did for today. After settling in into the UK again, I still had the idea of creating my own business but just did not had the idea of how. I knew, I wanted something creative, something that can be varied from time to time and it must be within my interest of course. This how I created Wandering Mindfulness as a blog about yoga, vegetarianism and travel in the first place. At first, I was motivated for writing, but then I slowly realised, I was forcing it. I knew when something “needs to be” forced, it will give you sadness and disappointment, both in your idea and yourself. After opening my eyes, the idea of transforming the blog into a yoga apparel webshop came. I feel, by doing a webshop with yoga clothes can drive my passion and give me valuable lessons both in work and personal life. This is what I wish for: to find a passion, become a better me and find true happiness.