8 Things I’m Loving At The Moment
Super talented design genius Sian Richardson (you may recall her work from my e-book Make Peace With Your Plate) has teamed up with Bernadette Jiwa to give us Striking Truths – A Manifesto A Day. Everyday I am blessed with a beautifully designed manifesto that either puts a rocket of inspiration under my ass or soothes my soul. I highly, highly recommend signing up so you can receive the same.
I love Gala Darling’s mission. Self love is the most important wellness act!
My latest wellness blog obsession comes from the people behind the US juice company, Pressed Juicery. The Chalkboard features posts all about living well. They cover nutrition, yoga, organic beauty, fitness, green living and more. Plus, my favourite Kris Carr is this month’s guest editor.
My friend Nicola Chatham has created an arsenal of free goodies for organic gardening newbies. Not only has she written some amazing stuff, but she has also hand illustrated it – combining both of her loves of art and gardening. Check out The Quick & Easy Organic Veggie Patch Kit and her Sprouter’s Habits poster.
5. Pure Mamas
I spent a shameful chunk of my Friday night possessed by this website. The yummy recipes! The beautiful photographs! The clean layout! I’m enchanted by head mama Juli and her team of contributors. This site is going to be one of my regular visits I think.
6. The Raw Brownie
I have had this recipe from Sarah Britton bookmarked for yonks and last weekend I finally had the chance to give it a go. It definitely did not disappoint. If I hadn’t promised to take it to a friends place that day I may have gobbled it right up out of the blender.
Click here for the recipe. I halved the recipe and added goji berries to mine.
My friend Adele the Vegie Head has just launched her first e-book full of amazing vegan dishes. I love Adele’s food. It’s all healthy, all plant-based, and no soy in sight. Click here to check out and buy her e-book for only $7.
8. My new winter morning routine
I don’t know about you, but my body needs more sleep as soon as the temperatures drop and we find ourselves in winter. Waking up at 6am (which is now easy for me to do when it’s warm) is not impossible, and if I drag myself up to my meditation stool at this hour I find that I nod straight back off to sleep. This is not safe, or practical. Which is why I am allowing myself extra sleep and a later start to my day. I sleep in for an extra 45 minutes, and then just do my meditation after breakfast. While this means that I start working an hour later than usual, it’s a compromise my body is loving me for. All part of my quest to do whatever makes me feel good!
What are you loving at the moment? Share your June love list in the comments below!
Positive affirmation for the day: I have ample time every day to do everything I need to do.
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