Stacey finds her home in Proser­pine

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

ORIG­I­NALLY from down south, Stacey Mick­el­bor­ough feels she was des­tined to live in Proser­pine.

It’s hard to ar­gue the point too, with June mark­ing 11 years since she made the move.

“I drove through prob­a­bly about four years ear­lier (be­fore mov­ing) and I never knew Air­lie and Proser­pine ex­isted,” she said.

“There’s some­thing about Proser­pine; it was just a lit­tle bit of a call­ing I guess.”

She’s seen her fair share of the world as well, hav­ing vis­ited such places as Puerto Rico, New Zealand, Van­u­atu and Peru just to name a few.

“Places that gen­er­ally have vol­canos and earth­quakes of some kind,” she laughed.

“I think its part of me be­cause with my work – medita- tion, yoga and mas­sage – it’s about shift­ing peo­ple and the planet’s shift­ing as well.”

Her next big adventure, how­ever, is right here at home.

“That’s my next call­ing, to do more of Australia,” she said.

I do yoga, have a mas­sage and go to the mar­kets on a Satur­day morn­ing.

My favourite brekky place is Cafe One 3 or the Side­walk Cafe.

It would have been a kid’s one, but it was a long time ago.

Owner Health Sanc­tu­ary. of Sa­cred Body and Life­style

To get a bet­ter work-life bal­ance.

Be kind to each other.

LOV­ING SOUL: Stacey Mick­el­bor­ough felt drawn to Proser­pine and the Whit­sun­days. Photo: Rory Sheav­ils

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