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- 01JanBUNNY CHOWGreens get dressed up like never before with super delicious dressings and enticing combinations of new ingredients with fabulous taste and crunch appeal. Once you've got the basics down, raw food eating is incredibly easy, non fussy and has endless variations of the most creative delicious tasting combo's you could ever imagine. Most people imagine raw food to be bland and hard to get down but it's just the opposite. Here's how you can make crackers, a basic salad and an unforgettable raw take on lasagne.
- 01JanNEW YEAR, NEW YOUNew Year resolutions are old hat; the new thinking requires far less struggle and a lot more allowing. We look at a constructive and mindful way of manifesting your dreams and goals.
- 01JanYoga as a Way of Being by Lara PotgieterTrue yoga prioritises the training of the mind as highly as that of the body. While it is by no means a religion, it can be seen as a form of spiritual practice, serving to help us self-actualise and live our lives in a state of balance and union.
- 01JanWATER WITH MORE by Kirsten AlexanderWater is the essence of life, it is also a carrier of memory, vibrations and intentions. We look at the wonderful ways you can influence and add more to this magnificent foundation of life.
- 01JanTRIBUTE TO OUR BONE STRUCTURE by Dr Kevin LentinAh, dem bones, dem bones.. Our bones are the one part of our anatomy we neglect almost totally, yet our bones are alive, growing and constantly changing. The skeleton performs so many important functions.
- 01JanAn A to Z of Garden Hacks Lara PotgieterIf you've never planted a seed before you may not know how satisfying and exciting it is to watch them grow. Even if you are a completely novice gardener, go out and get some seeds, get your hands dirty and dig in the garden. Many seeds are fast growing and will delight you by popping up after a few days. Grow a few different varieties, some that are fast growing and others that will surprise you after a month or so.
- 27DecKiwi & Watermelon Popsicle'sCool down this summer with our healthy and delicious Kiwi & Watermelon Popsicle's! Adapt the recipe with any of your favourite fruits, freeze them and enjoy them at the beach with your friends. YUM!
- 02DecHAPPY HANGOVERTea-totalling in December might be a bit unrealistic for some but wasting a day nursing a hangover is such a waste. We suggest being totally prepared for a possible bout of excess and weathering it with as little consequence as possible. Here are some of the ways you can come off unscarred.
- 02DecDODGING OBSTACLESObstacle coursing is the new fitness trend for the fun loving. Crawling through mud, jumping through fire hoops and climbing ladders has never been more fun.
- 02DecPANTRY POP UPDuring holiday season friends and family often pop in without much notice. Oftentimes, they're hungry too. Keep your grocery shelf filled with quick meal-friendly supplies to whip up delicious snacks without having to dash off to the shops. Here are some hard working ingredients we love to hoard.
- 02DecSPEAK EASY by Kirsten AlexanderExpressing emotion is a vital part of being human, but sometimes emotions get out of control, especially in children ' leading to over excitement, aggression or hysteria
- 02DecMindful Leaders Lara PotgieterHow often do you think you're really present to your own life? Do you notice and celebrate the little things as they arise, or spend more time pursuing what you think will bring pleasure and resisting what could cause pain?
- 02DecDeliciously Dehydrated By Lara PotgieterYou may nod politely whilst listening to your raw foodie friends wax lyrical about their dehydrators but still not have an inkling what the hallowed piece of equipment really is.
- 02DecHAIR RAISING by Kirsten AlexanderUsing natural, organic and holistic products minimise the risk of allergic reactions and toxin build up ' they're also so much better for you and for the environment. Choose natural brands when selecting products or alternatively, make up your own recipes with nutrient rich kitchen ingredients. From deep moisturising to natural highlighting, here are some natural solutions that go from root to tip.
- 02DecBE KINDDecember is a great time to examine community and connection. It's a time when many people feel lonely and can benefit from a simple act of kindness. We can also use kindness to uplift the community we live in. We're highly inspired by the kindness movement that's rippling around the world with initiatives that are heart warming to say the least. Kindness.org has a website with countless ideas anyone can copy. Join the site and add to their list or make up your own list. Here are some of the initiatives they've put in place.
- 02DecGREEN FESTIVITIESAdd more earth-friendly practices to your festive season with tips and ideas on gift giving, up-cycling, charity incentives and more.
- 02DecJIVA GRANDE SPAI love going to the Taj Hotel, it's right in the middle of Cape Town's city bowl yet has a tranquil and reassuring spirit that feels a bit like a hug. Its gentle sensibility is mixed up in beautiful Indian hospitality and Cape Town at its cultural best. Something about it makes you feel abundant, who knows, perhaps it carries remnant energy of the old Reserve Bank that was originally in that space.
- 02DecGREENIE GOODNESSThere's something so satisfying about nurturing a plant ' whether it's a pot of herbs in your kitchen or a completely landscaped garden, get your green thumb buzzing this festive season by experimenting in your own garden or giving a gift that'll get your friends and family digging.
- 02DecAMP UP YOUR DOWN TIMETake advantage of the holidays for some me-time, explore your creativity, gear up for the New Year and put your practical skills to good purpose.
- 02Dec5 FOODIE TIPS'Our cover model Benike, popular blogger and foodie fanatic from ilovefoodies.com, gives us 5 tips on how to enjoy food and maximise taste without packing on the pounds.
- 02DecCHOCOLATE SMOOTHIE BOWLMove aside drinking straw, we're turning sips to spoons with the latest trend, the smoothie bowl. What better way to have it than with a veritable amount of superfoods. This is one is set to bowl you over.
- 02Dec5 FABULOUS INGREDIENTS TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR DESSERTSDesserts can be incredibly healthy and nutrient rich when you use the right ingredients. Here are 5 ingredients that will supercharge your favourite desserts. From brownies and puddings to cakes, crepes, flans and parfait sneak a superfood or two into your recipe, add a natural sweetener and you can satisfy your sweet tooth with the assurance of healthy indulgence.
- 29NovMini Zucchini Bites by Finding FrostThese super cute zucchini bites make a creative starter or a handy snack. Personally, I find them irresistable and love the fact they're so easy to make and require hardly any ingredients.. Zucchini or baby marrows are low in calories, and a dense source of vitamin C, iron and calcium. Photography by Tessa B Photography.
- 29NovPomegranate Toffee Glazed Pork by Amanda HigginsThis recipe is the best thing you could ever do with pork. It's a complete treat that's destined to be a family favourite. Coconut sugar is used for the glazing and pomegranate to give it that extra special taste. Serve it as a canap' snack or with vegetables. I like it with warm roasted cauliflower; roasted fennel and baby spinach salad drizzled with olive oil and pomegranate seeds. The slightly tart sourness of the pomegranate juice cuts through the fattiness of the pork beautifully and the caramel stickiness gives the crackling a decadent texture. Even better, its also gluten free. By Amanda Higgins
- 29NovSpicy Roasted Nuts by Finding Frost
Be sure to make more than you think you will need as these tasty nuts are usually gobbled up with gusto. They're dinner party favourites and perfect cocktail additions. Spices add excitement and also help with digestion.
- 29NovApple and Fennel Salad by Finding Frost
Make this into your summer family favourite, the fresh and crisp effect is perfect for a hot day. Think of fennel as a heart health wonder packed with healthy fibre and phytonutrients. Fibre helps lower cholesterol in the blood and is a goodie for heart health. This, with anti-inflammatory parsley and antioxidant-rich apples makes a powerfully healthy salad.
Photography by Tessa B Photography.
- 09NovGoing With The GrainFrom high nutrition to alkaline healer, we feature 4 top grains to include in your diet. Use this guide for preparation tips, attributes and features.
- 31OctADDING ANTIOXIDANTS
While the world is still looking for the elixir of eternal youth, anti-oxidants are a great way to slow down the appearance of ageing
- 31OctHEIGHTEN YOUR VITALITY by Kheyrne Danu
Today's fast paced life hardly yields one moment to stop and recharge. Bulletproof coffee and raw chocolate aren't the solution to dwindling energy levels. Our bodies are taking strain and premature aging is the result. To repair and rebuild we need to ask the 5000 year-old experts: adaptogen herbs.
- 31Oct5 PLANT PROTEINS by Lara Potgieter
Often when wanting to try out a vegetarian diet, protein is a concern. Here are a few powerful plant proteins you can rely on to get you started, whether vegetarian or not they come highly recommended.
- 31OctAdventures in Animal Communication by Lara Potgieter
There tends to be an unspoken collective human belief that animals are fairly two-dimensional beings ' physical forms with not much going on inside. We breed them to meet our needs, and assume that they don't laugh, reason, grieve, hope, dream or fall in love.
- 31OctTHE PERFECT BLEND
Blending, mixing, slicing, whisking and shredding is one of the secrets in making extraordinary meals. Before you purchase one, be aware that once you start, you will discover more and more dishes you want to try out. Anticipate discovering more ways to make food delicious and get one with more functions than you initially think you might need.
- 31OctSUN DANCE by Kirsten Alexander
It's vital to get your vitamin D and what better place to start than the sun ' but in the process make sure you are protected from harmful UV rays
- 31OctPower Up On Plants By Kelly Schreuder
A good diet should support optimum wellness and achieve goals like balanced weight, healthier gut function or improved cholesterol profiles. Despite many variations in the issues I treat, one message is clear: a healthy, preventive diet for most conditions is based on a variety of real foods, including plenty of plant foods such as whole grains, legumes, fruits, vegetables and vegetable oils like olive oil. We can then add contributions from all other food groups to ensure variety and enough protein, essential fats and micronutrients like iron and calcium. Also important is minimising potentially dangerous and unhealthy foods and substances like alcohol, processed meat, excess salt and refined sugar.
- 31OctPeaceful Warriors
Everything in Jiu-Jitsu is based on defence, rather than attack. In traditional fighting systems, the only way to resolve a conflict is by punching and kicking harder than your opponent, leaving him battered, bruised and generally rather miserable. In Jiu-Jitsu you take your opponent's aggression, turn it around on him and get him into a 'submission hold', where he then has the option of stopping the fight and 'tapping' to indicate submission. The situation is resolved, no harm has been inflicted, and all involved understand with clarity that the conflict is over. This is in alignment with Jiu-Jitsu's fundamental principle, which is to do no harm.
- 31OctKnow Dairy, no dairy?
There's been a lot of to and fro in the dairy debate over the years, with various invested media and even governmental organisations claiming dairy is good for us, while many involved in the study and practice of nutrition advise against it.
- 31OctTASTING THE EARTH
Heading for the hills and creating a haven of bio-friendly farming activities requires hard work and huge amounts of passion. But after 25 years living in the suburb of Tamboerskloof, Cape Town, Gerard and Libby de Villiers had more than enough resolve to take the brave step and settle into a mountain valley in the midst of the wine belt. We visited the farmstead to get a snapshot of what this might look like and came away with the special kind of longing that country life awakens and a notion that the growing trend towards living outside the city is nothing short of soulful.
- 31OctGROWING EARTH CHILDREN
Bring your child in touch with the earth; with nature, gardens and with growing. Send them out into the garden or park with a host of challenges, discoveries, adventures and ideas and see them overcome with excitement and joy. Here are some ideas to begin their love of nature.
- 31OctIn the Mood for Medicine
In a phenomenal rescue mission for all the choco-holics out there Peter and Beryn Daniels from Soaring Free Superfoods have taken the cacao bean, lined it up next to an immense amount of superfoods and created a bar to rival all bars. Beryn's love of chocolate and dedication to pure wholesome foods led them on a cacao bean treasure hunt, a wild-crafted herb adventure, and a blending, grinding, tempering feat that's left us overwhelmed with the result. Not only is their chocolate not bad for you but it's immensly good for you. Apparently raw cacao is known as a 'carrier of medicine' for it's ability to deliver nutrition into the body. Here are some of the tonic super-herbs and superfoods piggy-backing the raw cacao destined to deeply nourish your body.
- 31OctBODY CHEMISTRY & HEALTHY CHOICES by Kevin Lentin
Are you able to wake up every morning and say, 'I feel healthy, I feel happy and I feel terrific', or is it more like waking up and saying, 'I feel grumpy, I feel tired and I feel terrible'?
- 31OctRAW CONVERSION
Surprise yourself at the awesome menu you can get from completely natural raw ingredients. So many people report an abundance of increased energy and a total feeling of wellness on a raw diet. It may not be suited to everyone, but if you are drawn to this empowering way of eating, switch over gradually by continuously adding more raw to your meals. Here are some recipes and tips to inspire a 'raw in conversion' diet. From green alkaline soup and orange spiral salad to raw cacao cheesecake with almonds and avos, to we give you fresh and raw as never before.
- 26OctGluten Free Choc-Quin CakeQuinoa Chocolate Cake is a lighter and healthier version of everybody's favorite dessert!
- 28SepSoil for the Soul by Lara PotgieterWe don't need to be reminded of how far we have drifted from our once intricate connection to all that is. Each of us is, at core, innately creative and instinctively lured by natural beauty. Most of us are well aware that we have allowed an ongoing stream of unconscious imprints to sow seeds of separation in the delicate soils of our internal landscapes. We feel restless, ungrounded. We offer our attention to a variety of different screens for most of our waking hours but struggle to keep our focus on our own breath for more than a few moments.
- 28SepGREEN GLOWPack away your dark liner, lip gloss and hair-straightener; the back-to-basic trend in beauty is bigger than ever before
- 28SepHow to make apple sugarApple sugar is deliciously sweet. It has a powdery texture and although it doesn't dissovle in tea or coffee you can sprinkle it on breakfast oats, muesli, desserts or yoghurt and it will add a lovely sweetness to smoothies too. You will need a dehydrator to dry out the apples.
- 28SepHEMP OILWhat is hemp seed oil, why is it so popular and what's the difference between hemp seed oil and medical marijuana? From legalities and production to doses and variety of uses; we take you through one of the most increasingly popular health products on the market.
- 28Sep6 SUGGESTIONS TO REDUCE CELLULITEThere are as many people with cellulite solutions as there are professionals that say there isn't a solution. We know that multiple factors contribute to the proper functioning and flow of a body. Nutrition, exercise, emotions, dispositions, and genes all count so although these suggestions have been offered up by various studies and experts, you always need to look at the whole person to address something properly.
- 28SepKOMBUCHA COCKTAILSAlcohol-free is the new rage! Here you'll find 5 Kombucha cocktails that'll make you high on health and satisfy your wild side.
- 28SepMASTER CLEANSE CHALLENGESpring is the perfect time to detox. After hearing that co-founder of Wellness Warehouse, Carlos Gomes and his wife Gia had both just finished 10 days doing a detox regime known as the Master Cleanse, we thought it was a perfect opportunity to get first hand feedback about the challenges, benefits and experiences of this seemingly extreme cleansing experience.
- 28SepHealing the Pain of the Past by Lara PotgieterMost of us believe healing from psychological trauma or severe emotional pain takes a lot of time and effort ' sometimes even years of therapy.
- 28SepMeet our Supplier - CIPLA NUTRITIONWe speak to CIPLA AMBASSADOR MONIQUE LOPES
- 28SepHealing with Horses by Lara PotgieterFor centuries, the bond between man and horse has been explored and celebrated. Studies show that interacting with horses can lead to decreased blood pressure, lower stress levels and reduced feelings of tension, anxiety and anger.
- 28SepCARBON FOOTPRINTS by Kirsten AlexanderEveryone's talking about carbon footprint but what exactly is it and how can you lower yours?
- 28SepAntonia's Favourite Salad
We asked one of our Wellness Warehouse Ambassadors, Antonia De Luca to give us her favourite spring salad.
- 28Sep5 Summer Smoothie RecipesFrom raw cacao concoctions to maca marvel and supergreen salivation we offer the latest in taste love. Whip and blend your raw ingredients into taste-altering and energising combinations. We couldn't think of anyone better than Shonah Gallichan, former owner of Crush,to put together the best combinations for a decidedly delicious summer.
- 28SepWE TRIED IT ' Electro Muscle StimulationBeing hooked up to muscle stimulating electrodes in an outfit that looks like you're off on a trip to Mars feels somewhat overwhelming at first. Well, for me it did. Being a 'hike in the mountains, yogi' kind of gal, I'd never thought of going to any form of gym, let alone be wired up to a machine but here I was at Body20 in Claremont, Cape Town ready to try it out.
- 28SepENVIRONMENTAL PILGRIMAGEAyala Katz has an extraordinary vision of creating bio- diverse indigenous walkways and planting a million and eight trees during her lifetime. Her intention is to create a spiritual and environmental pilgrimage in the Western Cape. This first phase consists of a 108 kilometre walking trail stretching from Caledon Village in the Overberg through Platbos forest and beyond. This is a trail where people can safely walk through the wilderness and benefit from the healing and contemplation that nature brings. Part and parcel of the journey is to plant trees in the forest and surrounding area.
- 28SepThe Incredible Journey by Lara PotgieterWhen a friend first recommended The Journey to me, I thanked her politely but internally shrugged it off as yet another new-age healing modality that I really didn't have the time or resources to explore. I felt as if I had done enough personal development to last me several lifetimes, and wasn't in the mood for exploring another branch of the field.
- 28SepChocolate Banana BoatAdd healthy chocolate to your breakfast, make a choco-latte or create an amazing dessert.
- 28SepSAMADHI RETREATBe softer with you You are a breathing thing A memory to someone A home to a life Nayyirah Waheed
- 28SepFREEDOM FROM WITHINTrue freedom is an inside job.
- 28SepMolecules of EmotionNew science has proven our cells are informed by our emotions. What that means is we have the power to feel ourselves better. Dr Arien Van der Merwe takes us through the science.
- 27SepBuchu Green SmoothieBuchu is the perfect protagonist in this stellar cast of green players. With the energy giving, all round health boosting properties of this truly african plant, you're sure to notice your day has a little more edge to it.
- 09SepAdding Superfoods to your SmoothiesAdding all three or any one of these ingredients will boost your nutrition and offer you superior forms of nutrition.
- 01SepSuperfood Slab (Gluten Free and Dairy Free)
Looking for something delicious to make this spring? This Superfood Slab is filled with superfood goodness, rich in antioxidants and will give you the energy boost you need throughout the day! Crush it over your breakfast porridge, eat it with friends or add it to your kiddies lunch box.
- 30AugFinding help for AddictionAddiction and addictive behaviour is more widespread than we like to think. Yet it can have devastating effects on the lives of many. We speak to Monika MacNaughton from Tharagay Outpatient in Cape Town about getting your loved one onto a workable programme of recovery.
- 30Aug9 ways to help your body detoxifyIf going on a special diet seems like deprivation, you might want to try a light form of detox by adding a few supplements and lifestyle innovations that help keep your body running optimally.
- 30AugAdd more energy with a seasonal cleanseNatural Health tips from the College of Natural Health
- 30AugBABYLONSTORENAnyone who goes to Babylonstoren is destined to fall in love. It's a delight in every way. At its heart of the 580 hectare farm is a structured garden overflowing with offerings. Fruit trees of many variations generously offer succulent sun-kissed treats ready to pick and eat on the spot. Vegetables of all colours, tastes, shapes and sizes inspire a plethora of recipes while exotic spices and herbs join in the conspiracy of taste. Current owner and sensibility genius Karen Roos, alongside a team of experts and permaculture fundis have called into being the spirit of the mythological gardens of Babylon, those from the sixth century BC, attributed to Nebuchadnezzar, King of the Babylonian empire.
- 30AugKeep Adapting Your Workout'Here's WhyThere is no Ideal Routine?If your current exercise regime routinely comprises the same types of exercises and activities, your margins of experience and comfort are limited. That means the breadth of your fitness and abilities are also limited. By constantly changing your workouts you grow your margins of experience and develop a far broader base of fitness.
- 30AugREADING THE AKASHIC RECORDSEverything that's happened, can happen and is happening, is said to be recorded in the Akashic Records. What's more is that we have access to what's in there - everything your soul has experienced from the beginning of its time.
- 30AugTurmeric, Coconut & Ginger TeaIf we staged an Oscar for herbs and spices, Turmeric would be this year's non-disputed winner. The more we research turmeric the longer the benefit list becomes. From cancer to depression, Alzheimer's to eye health, turmeric is an excellent preventative agent and an incredible anti-inflammatory. We feature a delicious turmeric, coconut and ginger tea that's both delicious and highly beneficial on many levels.
- 30AugWe tried it ' Creative TherapyDiscovering a new life journey, healing trauma or forging a different way of thinking can be done using a highly creative therapy process. We sat down with Carol Nelson with a process that involved working with images, colours, symbols, gestures, sounding and sensing all of which are designed to bring out the body/mind intelligence. No matter what type of personal challenges you may have, your psyche brings to light the core issues that need to be worked with. Coloured pencils, a bag full of stones, bones, crystals, beads and bark may seem strange tools to use for healing but not to Carol. With a background in art and a love for healing Carol merged the two together and studied techniques like Mari which is a cutting edge Jungian assessment tool; life alignment, process art and psychophonetics ' a process that uses gestures, sounding, sensing and more to access deep body awareness. Between all of these tools and with many years of experience Carol's intuition and pathway to healing is a phenomenal creative journey. Of course, in any healing process the body and mind have changes to adapt to and there's an element of challenge but working in a positive and enlightening format makes the journey exciting and enriching.
- 30AugWhat the Bleep are Activated Nuts?Ever eat a packet of nuts, feel a little heavy afterwards, and then spot pieces of the offending snack still hanging about in your poop the next day?
- 30AugTHE PRINCIPLES OF YOUTH by Dr Kevin LentinGrowing older can be disease free, energising and liberating. All it takes is breaking degenerative practices, ideas and thoughts and following a lifestyle that feeds youthfulness. Dr Kevin Lentin shares some of the principles of youth.
- 30AugGROW TO GIVE by Kirsten AlexanderGardening has never been trendier or more philanthropic. Grow to give means sharing excess veggies with the needy and flowers with local Hospices; swapping seeds and gifting cuttings.
- 30AugImprove Your Workplace WellnessFrom finding the right chair and using a standing desk to de-cluttering and creating an energetic work flow, we show you how to up your workplace wellness.
- 30AugMEET OUR SUPPLIERS ' SIMPLY BEESimply Bee was formally established in 2011, but its origins stem from a wedding gift of a single beehive in the 1950s. 'My grandfather gave my father a beehive as a present. This was ostensibly to put honey on the table because he thought he was too poor to buy jam,' says Simply Bee Founder Helena van der Westhuizen.
- 30AugBEHIND THE SCENES with Osteopathy by Lara PotgieterWe've been hearing quite a lot lately about osteopathy, a healthcare system that essentially emphasises the relationship between structure and function in the body. While it can't be studied in South Africa and there aren't many local practitioners, we managed to track one down in our attempt to discover a bit more about the elusive modality.
- 30AugNEW MOVESWith fitness and movement forever evolving you need never get bored. We take a look at 3 new fitness trends.
- 30AugHUNTING & GATHERING by Kirsten AlexanderMore than ever finding good quality food has become essential to health: we look at home practices like brewing kombucha, keeping a bee hive, growing your own veg and connecting more to the source of your food.
- 30Aug5 Terrific TeasWHETHER YOU'RE STRUGGLING TO SLEEP, LOOKING TO UP YOUR DAILY DOSE OF VITAMINS AND MINERALS OR SIMPLY IN THE MOOD FOR A LITTLE SENSUAL INDULGENCE, YOU'RE SURE TO ENJOY A GOOD CUP OF ONE OF THESE'
- 30AugGREEN PIECE by Lara PotgieterIf you're looking to get involved in a cause that supports conservation, here's an extremely worthy one that could launch your eco-efforts into meaningful change.
- 29AugClean Brew
We love this detox drink with active charcoal to help get rid of toxins. Commit to drinking it every morning for a week or longer and feel assured that you're contributing to a healthier, cleaner body.
- 02AugEggplant 'meat' ballsThere are a whole lot of people out there that claim eggplant is their most favourite and versatile fruit (it's apparently confused as a vegetable but is actually a fruit). There's even a Turkish dish called Imam Bayildi, that roughly translates as 'the priest fainted'. The Priest was reportedly overwhelmed by the flavour. Eggplant is an excellent replacement for meat. Here's a recipe that's just as fulfilling as its meat counterpart.
- 30JulHomeopathy explored By Kirsten AlexanderMost people are familiar with homeopathic remedies, but what you might not realise is that it's far more than a few remedies, it's a whole system of health
- 30JulFats & the Facts by Carmen PotgieterEating loads of avos and consuming an abundance of olive oil doesn't necessarily equate to an expanded waistline. Carmen Potgieter is living proof of this. After much personal experience with a high fat diet, a background as an analytical chemist and an extensive examination of Udo Erasmus' book Fats that Heal Fats that Kill, Carmen is determined to put an end to the belief that fats make you fat.
- 30JulNATURAL FERTILITY by Kirsten AlexanderBeing in tune with our bodies, following the moon and noticing daily body changes can determine our fertility days. Here's how to do it.
- 30JulNATURAL BIRTH CONTROLIn control or under control?
- 30JulSweet Solutions by Lara Potgieter
If you've ever struggled to curb a sweet tooth and then given yourself a hard time for not being able to do so, please stop beating yourself up right now. You are not alone!
- 30JulFLOWERS THAT HEAL EMOTIONSIf we see the earth as the body; the sky the great spirit; rocks akin to the mind; then flowers equate to the emotional or feeling plane of the ecosphere.
- 30JulPlanting Feelings by Lara PotgieterWe need to breathe, we need to eat, we need shelter, and we sometimes need medicine. It's true that plants are irreplaceable in relation to our most basic needs. But what about our need for connection, for belonging, for a sense of purpose and place in the world? Are plants really able to help us with these?