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I believe that this life is transient. That we shouldn’t feel too attached to anything. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take care of the place that we are in right now.
Ever since we lived in the recycled shipping container cabin, we have always wanted to find a more sustainable and manageable way to live in tune with nature. To live simply. Gently. Taking as little as possible, giving back to the land and working in cohesion rather than dominating. Doing it all in a way that could last…
Natural ‘beauty’ is not just for the girls. According to the Environmental Working Group, men are slathering themselves with an average of 85 chemicals per day. And let’s face it, men are incorporating more in to their grooming regime than ever before and it’s not going to stop anytime soon! My partner, Davey is no exception. He’s obsessed with his beard, often linking it to the very essence of his manhood.
Towards the end of last year I was contacted by the Marketing Manager of Gwinganna Health Retreat, Tracy. It was one of those “Are you serious??? Oh my god I can’t wipe the smile off my face” emails. She was inviting me to Gwinganna to enjoy a retreat. Free of charge.
Last week I was asked to comment on a news article about Aspirin facials. I had never heard of them before so I started researching and found the idea quite alarming. So I created a safe, yummy alternative.
One thing I love doing is op shopping. But rather than search for that one-off beautiful dress, I have recently been obsessed with finding the perfect teacup. Not because I love to drink tea (which I most definitely do) but so that I can make soy candles in up-cycled, vintage teacups, glasses and jars. So I thought I’d share with you how I make them.
If you are ready to take your health & wellbeing in to your own hands and have thought about doing a detox or juice fast, then this video is for you! Join me and my friend Desiree as we share the ins and outs of a 7 day juice fast at The Spa Resorts in beautiful Koh Samui, Thailand. We’ll be introducing the program and chatting about some of our fears and expectations leading in to our week of no food – yikes!