Soulcation: My First Retreat in Tulum

This past week in Tulum I found beautiful people, incredible places, and, most importantly, myself. It was a life changing experience that I will remember forever. What a day looked like on our Soulcation retreat:


7:00 am: Wake Up, Watch the Sunrise

8:00 am: Coffee & Tea

9:00 am: Yoga


10:00 am: Breakfast

11:00 am: Soul Chat

During our “SoulChats” we would take our journals out and listen to the beautiful genius Laina (creator of SoulCation Retreats) as she lead us through a session teaching us Law of Attraction, Manifestation, and ways to ReProgram your mind so that you can live with no judgment and positive beliefs. This was extremely effective, and between these chats, the energy, the people, mediation, and the time to myself… I came back seeing things more clearly and ready to take on life like the girl boss I am. 

Afternoon Free Time

A couple days during our free time, I went to the town with a few girls and explored. We found a raw vegan place called “Raw Love”, and it was amazing. I got the “Shroom Latte” which as a herbal drink made with different type of mushrooms and fresh creamy coconut milk, it was absolutely delicious.. I went back the next day and got it again. We also shared a chocolate dream smoothie bowl and added peanut butter for extra creaminess. And we got a salad to share as well because my body was craving ALL THE GREENS.

Another time during “free time”, I took my journal.. layed in a hammock and wrote. I love writing and am so happy I’m getting back into it. I really want to get back into singing. For now they’re usually just poems I write.. Or random words.. But I'd love to eventually turn them in to lyrics, and possibly share them with the world. 


6:00 pm: Yoga

8:00 pm: Dinner 

Watch the stars at night, and then sleep. 


We explored other hotels that had such a beautiful aesthetic presence to them. This one hotel had a beautiful Moroccan design, and I fell in love. Everything in Tulum has an energy that is so positive, laid back, and spiritual. I felt very at home there. 

I have been getting into mediation, spirituality, crystals, and yoga a lot lately and its really been improving my thoughts, my awareness, and my life. I will do a full blog post on this soon since I have so much to say about it, and so many tips to share!

Taking the bikes to the village and riding down the street with all the different pop ups, seeing all the locals working at stores and cafes, I couldn’t help but fall in love with this place. 

There were so many healthy places for juices, fruit, tea, food. I wish I had more time to try them all. 

The connections I made with these girls was so incredible, and they are such inspirational beings. 

Where is the place that feeds your soul the most? Leave me a comment! I'd love to know!