The thing about being a grown-up, is that, even if you aren’t the sort of person who cooks, you may find yourself in a position where you need to cook for others. It might be for some friends after a sunny Saturday at the markets, some in-laws, or for a sexy date you’ve been seeing lately, but, every now and then, it happens. Now, I’m not saying that you need to “impress” people (it’s just not my bag to think that way), but when it comes to food, I want to enjoy all of my meals and for those I share with to enjoy them too. There’s something uniquely satisfying about sharing love with your food and magically silencing an entire table in a unison of gratification.
But, sometimes that can seem like a daunting task of endless dirty dishes – and nobody like dishes! While, I am known to use every pot and pan in the kitchen occasionally, in my experience, you can make some incredibly impressive food that does just that with hardly any effort or mess at all. Continue reading
Good evening my total babes!
I know it’s been a while since posts, but I have a special surprise post for you! I am now a health blog contributor to Kaleidoscope Blog, an Australia lifestyle blog that is full of gorgeous inspiration for all facets of life.
I decided to share my philosophy of health and wellness in this particular post, which, of course, is all about finding the balance. It truly encompasses everything I put into all facets of my life – I can’t wait for you to read it!
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about creating the life that I want to live.
I feel like I’ve allowed my low income over the past few years let me become complacent, because I’ve let myself believe that money is what I need in order to be happy. It’s not like I feel like I want to be able to be wasteful with my money or anything, but I guess that living from pay to pay for so long now has changed my values about money, and since I’ve become more proactive; started my business, found a home that accommodates the life that I want to live and actively looked for like-minded people who are building their businesses in the wellness industry here in Brisbane, I’ve realised how messed up my values about money are, and how much they have and still do affect my everyday life. Continue reading
It can be a pretty hard topic to talk about. We know how common it is, but because it is associated with suicide, self-harm and feelings of sadness in general, it can be hard to bring depression up without the sombre feelings surrounding it.
I, like many other Australian’s have suffered depression, and if you yourself have been depressed at one stage or another, I don’t need to tell you just how much depression sucks. Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago some of my favourite people organised a hike for us at a place called Binna Burra in Lamington National Park, South East Queensland. It was a day filled with so many fascinating conversations, and we all had something we could teach one another as we walked the altogether 17km.
Being in nature with people that I love; it was a perfect day.
This short video hopefully captures the adventure and shenanigans of the day, (complete with dorky nicknames) and is soundtracked by the gorgeous 19th Century Strongmen, whose EP you can purchase here for $4 (it’s a beautiful collection of work, and I highly recommend it). They also have a YouTube channel and Facebook page. The song is called, “Let’s Go”.
I know it’s been quite a while since I’ve written a piece for you guys, but I’ve finally found some inspiration, and I’ve been featured on the Endeavour College of Natural Health blog, ‘Wellspring’, with a piece that is all about embracing your flaws.
As someone who has overcome a lot of self-doubt and poor self-esteem, I’m a big believer in the power of learning to love yourself, so this post gives you a step-by-step guide to do that, with the dorky-style brilliance you can usually expect from yours truly. I’ve tried not to make it too “woo-woo” – because, let’s be honest, that doesn’t always resonate with me – but sometimes you have to get a bit weird and gushy about yourself in order to truly appreciate who you are. It’s not like anyone is going to see or hear you doing it, so the way I see it, is that it doesn’t really matter what you look or sound like when you do, especially if it means you get to feel so much better about yourself!
After you’ve read it, let me know in the comments below – what is something you love about yourself?
Don’t forget to grab a ticket to my Nutrition for Fatigue workshop tomorrow night at Little Tokyo Two, Spring Hill, Brisbane, 6pm-7.30