After years of tummy upsets, I’ve experimented with a whole range of remedies to soothe a cramping, bloated and down-right-messed-up digestive system. Among the successful remedies I’ve found have been colloidal silver, homeopathic drops, Mora therapy, massage, and living in line with my truth. But sometimes, I simply want something in the physical world that takes action, soothes my gut and give me almost immediate relief. Enter the herb I’m about to share with you.Read More
I remember when I realised I needed to grow my own organic food in order to heal my health. I had visions of row after row of garden beds, overflowing with plants of all descriptions. I saw an edible smorgasbord where I could simply walk through the orchard and pick a little bit of this and a little bit of that.Read More
GUEST POST BY NICOLA CHATHAM.
During our Winter Retreat Jess, Susana and I were brainstorming topics to write about, and when this idea came up Jess was literally jumping with excitement!
So here we go… Household Rubbish You Can Put in Your Garden
I love recycling. I’ve been doing it for years. But when I found out much of the stuff we put in the recycle bin can be recycled ‘on site’ in our own back-yard, thereby saving fuel and resources by not manufacturing yet another product, and instead letting nature have her way with my waste, I fell in love with recycling at it’s best.Read More
Best Decision Ever! I feel so recharged after my week-long blog savasana that any weird guilt I created for myself totally dissipated as soon as I felt the relief that came along with mental space. Ah, space … I don’t know why I’ve resisted you for so long. I cleaned, I cleared, I de-cluttered, I culled, and I made room for all of the brilliance I know the universe has in store for me. I now totally get that we won’t attract everything that is meant for us unless we clear out the old to make room for the shiny and new.Read More
GUEST POST BY NICOLA CHATHAM *Note: This post is surprisingly not just about growing food. “Begin with the end in mind” is something I’ve heard said a lot in business. “Know what it is you want, and then reverse engineer your way back from there.” A part of me loves this idea. Adores the… Read MoreRead More
Guest post by Nicola Chatham. Of the top five questions people ask me, this would have to be number one or two. WHERE do I put my veggie patch? It’s an obvious and useful question to ask in the beginning of your gardening journey, because getting it right can be the difference between failure and… Read MoreRead More
Image Guest Post by Nicola Chatham. So you want an organic veggie patch? Awesome! That’s super. I’m genuinely thrilled because you’re going to improve your health and quality of life in ways you can’t yet even imagine. But where to begin? Well, your success will depend on having good soil. Plants only thrive in good… Read MoreRead More
If I had to pick my favourite thing about spending my days working online, it would have to be the amazing community of women I’ve met, been inspired by, been motivated by, and become wonderful friends with. So, seeing as it is International Women’s Day today, I want to dedicate this post to honouring the… Read MoreRead More
Image found here Part of my “healing hiatus” this month is going to be brushing up on my knowledge of healthy topics, deepening my wisdom of emotional topics, and taking time for soul nurturing and play. I can’t think of any better way to do that than to indulge in the following eight things …… Read MoreRead More