A week is never enough in Byron. I say that purely because we had a week & I feel like I didn't scratch the surface of all the epic cafes, shops, restaurants & things to do & that was just in town. We were extremely fortunate to be up in Byron celebrating our Mum's 70th … Continue reading Byron Bay
The Dirty Dozen
I recently had a discussion with my Mum about organic & she was frustrated due to the perception that "organic = healthier" when there are plenty of organic products filled with sugar, or sugar substitutes crying the claim "sugar free". This particularly annoys me when it is a product marketed to children & many parents … Continue reading The Dirty Dozen
How do you vegan?
Often I watch a lecture in my IIN study & afterwards, wish I could sit down everyone I know in front of it. Tonight was one of those moments, watching a passionate Mark Bittman sing about policies very close to my heart: He commenced a form of veganism 6 years ago. Before you non-vegans start … Continue reading How do you vegan?
Follow your gut – in every sense
The last month has been a combination of events that will change my life forever for the best! I don't like to glorify busy but I guess you could say that's what my life is like - a (weekday) single mum of 2 boys, I work 3 days a week, study through IIN, & play … Continue reading Follow your gut – in every sense
Here's a tip, a can of coconut milk can look intimidating & in the past, I've avoiding opening one, thinking I won't be able to finish the whole thing: freeze it into individual ice cubes (in my case, heart shaped). Following my naturopath visit on Friday, I realised I did need to pump the nutritional … Continue reading Green smoothie