Welcome to SoulStrolling™! We have created this site for those who want to take their personal journeys to a new level—whether at home or faraway. This is not about being frantic tourists. Therefore, we are not tour guides. We are, instead, pilgrims seeking a meaningful way of being and living. We are about creating and sharing soul-full experiences, and moving forward with intention each day whether at home or in a new city or foreign country.

Pause. Take a look around. Allow your soul to take a stroll. We are delighted you’ve chosen to join us in this space. You can find the Principles of SoulStrolling here. 

SoulStrolling™ is a trademark of Sharon Richards and Kayce Stevens Hughlett. 

Entries in Food (7)

Monday
Mar192018

"These are a few of my favorite things..." Restaurants and Bistros: Paris, France

For our readers, friends, family, SoulStrollers and potential visitors to Paris, "Salut, may you enjoy savoring, sampling and tempting your tastebuds." A gastronomical tour by Sharon Richards. Bon Appetit!

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Monday
Mar192018

SoulStrolling and Savoring in the 9th and 18th arr. Paris, October, 2017

More delightful restaurant and café recommendations in the City of Light.

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Friday
Jul242015

Family Adventures in Italy

SoulStrolling™ is the practice of paying attention to your life wherever you find yourself, cultivating awareness of the now, and listening to your heart's desires and longings. I happen to love this practice. “The purpose is to be in the present moment and enjoy each step you take.” Thich Nhat Hanh

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Friday
Feb132015

Love Poem for Paris

You welcome me over and over again as I return to hold your hand and lose myself upon your cobblestone streets.

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Saturday
Sep202014

Soul Biking in Paris

Yesterday I was able to take my soul for a biking day in Paris. It’s been something I’ve wanted to do for quite some time and after a very helpful chat with a customer service rep at Velib, I was able to follow my desire and enjoy the adventure. From quiet, wind blowing through my hair, taking in lovely scenery, to narrow passages between buses and curbs and a close encounter with a motorcycle accident – biking in Paris is not for the faint of heart.

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