We might be slow off the bat to release this post but as a blogger, I didn’t feel it right to release a post about a craze in eating until I have all the facts. So here goes… The theory is, intermittent fasting is great at teaching your body to use the foods you consume … Continue reading Intermittent fasting – the good, the bad, the ugly.
Did you know that if we collected all the coffee cups used each year in Australia and lined them all up, they would stretch around the world, not once but twice!?
I call this one The Daily Smoothie because it has the right amount of nutrition to meet the guidelines for everyday, it contains the right amount of vitamins and nutrition without exceeding your limit of sugars, dairy, proteins or fats per serve.
Have you ever had a craving so strong that it wasn't a want, it became a need! That's how this bad boy came about. An amazingly delicious 2-minute mug cake that is self saucing! Best of all it is Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Egg Free! With only 5 ingredients and 2 minutes of your time, there isn't a reason to not try this!
Many factors in our lives play a role in preparing our body to fall asleep and wake up. You may hear the term “body clock” being used when someone says they are waking up at a certain time, or even that their body is used to something at a certain time. But did you know that a body clock is an actual thing? It’s real. It’s actually called a Circadian Rhythm.
Here are 2 simply tests to know if your honey is the real deal!
This year I was sitting down thinking of something unique and creative I could buy for my loved ones. I wanted something that I could make that wouldn’t ended up costing the earth if I were to make say 5,10 or in my case 20+ of them. Enter stage left, air dry clay. Air dry … Continue reading Gifting With Air Dry Clay
I get so excited round the Christmas period, slowly constructing lists of ideas on what to buy my loved ones; but my loved ones are not the only people who make my list. Charities are very close to the top of my list.. I make an effort to donate to many charities throughout the year … Continue reading The Gift of Giving at Christmas
Here in Melbourne we have the ever so beautiful ‘Shrine of Remembrance’. The Shrine of Remembrance was created and built for the grieving families and communities after the massive loss of lives in the First World War (1914 –18). Overtime it has become a memorial to all Australians who have served in wars over the … Continue reading The Shrine of Remembrance
The Marysville Marathon Festival was born from the ashes of the 2009 Black Saturday fires; and this year marks the 10th consecutive year of the Marysville Marathon Festival. There are many reasons I’m passionate about returning to this event every year. Let alone the joy of getting out into the fresh air and enjoying the … Continue reading Running for a cause – Marysville Marathon