This won’t be news for many, but I have been a bit more curious about what my money is doing, where is it going — or perhaps more importantly where I want it to go, and do, for me now! I am a failed budgeter, and track record with the dollar could best be described as ‘reckless’ or ‘spirited’. I can feel a shift in my approach, and there is evidence in my bank accounts.Read More
I am having wonderful year, but it has been accompanied by about 9876764 changes of mind, tweaks of desire and scrapped post it notes.
I am learning that I am absolutely in the drivers seat of my life, and that…Read More
Did you know buying more plants is kind of like an immunity boosting habit? The more plants the cleaner the air. Do we need any more justification than that? To keep your winter as delicious, as it is beautifully green, try these winter warming drinks to keep the nutrition high, and the bugs at bay!Read More
Fibre is so fabulous but the imagery associated with it is often drab, brown and boring. I want to change that. Why? 'Cause fibre has slipped away and somewhat accidentally swapped out. It has been something we have been happy to cut out and add back in with supplements #hellobenefibre #hellopsylliumhusks.Read More
When I was in Bali, about to return to Mackay to cook and teach at some workshop help at my old high school I coined a phrase. “Demystify the junk and keep it deliciously real”. …and it is something that I still come back to because, let’s be honest, so much of the jargon and on-trend stuff that media promotes is to fill pages. Your best interests are not at the core of that decision to promote that information. So what have I got to share with you after a decade in nutrition?Read More
Oh this was far more uplifting than either of us were expecting! Have a listen to our natter last week, and then make sure you secure a ticket for our upcoming event stat. It is going to delicious, grounding and absolutely beautiful!Read More
When we feel grounded, we find a connection with the earth, we connect to something much larger than ourselves. We let go of our egos and realise that we are apart of a much larger community. When I feel grounded I feel strong, completely supported and connected to my roots.Read More
If I sit quietly and think about it - which incidentally is one of my favourite things to do - I would say that this has always been a theme in a my life. From grinding rocks to make paint, spending afternoons with my flower-press and making perfumes, to arranging sets of flora into gum nuts and lining them up side by side.Read More
Need to keep evolving, but also waiting until ideas and concepts drop and push for them to come to life. When we 'keep our grubby mitts off it' and allow things show themselves to us, when we keep following the inspiration, applying it and going back for more MAGIC HAPPENS, change happens. Excited for The Grounded Way reaching its goals in 2017 and beyond.Read More
This may bring up certain thoughts, ideas, challenges - share them - this vulnerability is where the subtle changes, shifts and new perspective grow. VULNERABILITY = FERTILE LAND FOR CHANGE = GROWTH.Read More
This recipe takes a little longer than most of mine - but it is totally doable and totally worth it! Presents beautifully as well - I think that it is perfect for a lazy Sunday lunch or casual dinner party!Read More
We are moving away form the extremes, and deprivation and the intensity - ease, moderation and listening in to what your body actually needs is the feel for 2017. I have put a mix of food trends and wellbeing trends. I would love to hear which ones resonated with you!Read More
I do circle back around to oats every now and again, it reminds me of mum making porridge and use hiding knobs of butter in pockets from her - and then sneaking golden coated mouthfuls of soft oats on a cool morning. Amazing. This recipe isn't hot and doesn't have butter - sorry - but it is quick and really delicious.Read More
Along with Cauliflower rice you do have a plant-based or plan-boosting option for rice and pasta. How ever you use it, they remain a great way to consume more raw vege and that is a win in my books! In the pic above I zoodled a zucchini and a couple of radishes - then it was topped with the coriander pesto below for a nutrient dense green component.Read More
No michelin star, masterchef worthy, 20 step and 30 ingredients adventures with dishes piled as high as the wine bottles stacked precariously against the door. Just simple and flavoursome combinations, simple techniques and steps and still serve as inspiration so that I could assemble a meal based on how I felt that day.Read More
I love the stuff. Cooks quickly, bakes well, mashes like a dream. Oh and then it works so well in a curry, and not to mention makes a perfect pattie. The love is real and shows no signs of slowing down.Read More
Clever condiments. I must have said this one too many times in a workshop and now the alliteration has stuck around. What is a clever condiment?
Well, it is a condiment that 1. Requires little effort 2. Little cleaning up 3. Adds nutrition and flavour in many different ways.Read More
Fallon and I LOVE words, their power when in different combinations, sequences and contexts - and particularly their power when we add intention to them. Resolutions are out, guiding words with intention, are in. Let's do this.Read More
I recently posted on Instagram about the 2 key things that I had finally surrendered to, and agreed that there was no value bringing them forward with me into 2017. In any shape or form. What were they?
'Excessive Tolerance' and 'Habitual Rationalisation'. Read on to see how these show up, why letting them go is worth it - and how I am actively doing it!
These 5 books are great reads, they have all had their place in my life over the last 3 or so years, whether it be audio or sitting down and turning pages. I read them all again last year, and they all gave me something new to contemplate (like this brain needs more, ha!).Read More