I'm very aware at the moment that my blogging is becoming increasingly further and further away from where this all started: food. I wanted to share my journey and the evolution of my approach to ‘health.’ I wonder whether you too can imagine yourself taking this journey, or maybe it’s that you’re already on it.
Last month I launched a new series onto the blog - Flourishing Entrepreneurs, introducing you to incredible women who have started their own businesses. Today I’m introducing my Flourishing Entrepreneur #4 - illustrator and designer turned life-planner creator, coach and all-round 'sort your life out' guru Kerry Lyons.
My Flourishing Entrepreneurs series continues this week, introducing you to incredible women who have started their own businesses. I'm thrilled today to introduce my Flourishing Entrepreneur #3 Amie Forster, a blogger and Personal Trainer who lets us in on how she quit the 9-5 and started her business.
This week I'm bringing you a tasty chocolate muffin recipe which includes a secret ingredient that you can get your hands on right now: Rosemary & Robert cherrybeet chocolate. The cherrybeet bar has fast become my favourite from the range and so I was inspired to do a bit of baking to showcase the bars made with delicious juicy dried sour cherries, earthy sweet beetroot powder and zingy acerola cherry powder.
I’ve noticed recently the way some people behave and the choices they make in their life often make me really annoyed. I probably sound like a crazy person so please bear with me! But maybe this is something you can relate to and if you can, I hope what I’ve come to realise might help you too.
Stress. We all feel it from time-to-time. Or maybe it’s not so infrequent in your life. Perhaps stressed is starting to become the state you find yourself in most rather than least in your day-to-day living. Why is that? Why do we feel stressed? And how can we overcome it?
My new series on the blog - Flourishing Entrepreneurs continues this month with yoga instructor and space holder Lauren Barber. The series introduces you to incredible women who have started their own businesses and we find out how they got started, what jobs they were doing in a past life, what the voice inside their head tells them and dig into the resources and tips they can offer you on your entrepreneurial journey.
“I am enough.” It’s a powerful phrase that completely bowled over our first Reset attendees back on our June retreat. The more I thought about it, the more I realised how constantly I tell myself that I am not enough: so here’s what I’m going to do about it.
Tofu is an ingredient that I know you guys struggle to cook with. I’ve definitely been there - with all the different types and its potential to be seriously bland it’s not exactly top of the list to eat. This recipe will change that with bags of flavour thanks to a simple marinade.