Ridiculous amounts of happy

I've recently become a mum for the second time, and I can honestly say with all my heart I have never been happier in my life. Sure there are some things that I wish were different in my world, the main one being that I wish my mum was here to hold my beautiful new … Continue reading Ridiculous amounts of happy

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Cooking for the Soul & Recipe

When my mum died, one of the things I missed the most was her incredible meals. She is always remembered for her cooking, her understanding of flavours and of special family rituals.  Whether it was a special occasion like a birthday or just a regular mid-week meal, the food was always restaurant quality. One of … Continue reading Cooking for the Soul & Recipe

Long time between posts!

It's been nearly a year since I last wrote. In that time I've had a little baby boy (who is now 9 months!) and as I have become a mother myself - creating my own version of 'mother nurture'. I first started this blog when my mum was sick with lymphoma and I wanted to … Continue reading Long time between posts!

Mother Nurture

I've taken some time out from writing of late, to do the title of this blog, some nurturing of my own dear Mum. Since her diagnosis last year, she has undergone six months of chemotherapy and then three months ago has had the courage to undergo a revolutionary bone marrow transplant. It's not an easy … Continue reading Mother Nurture

Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat. Life-changing.

     About a month ago I was lucky enough to spend one glorious week at Gwinganna resort in the Gold Coast Hinterland with my amazing Mum. It’s called a ‘Lifestyle’ retreat, but known lovingly as a health retreat by friends and converts alike. Gwinganna is a special special place. If you find yourself ever … Continue reading Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat. Life-changing.

The idiocracy of the ‘health’ system

About 2 months ago, I went with my mother to the hospital to meet with her doctor about her bone marrow transplant. A massive operation which she will undertake in January. Fingers and toes crossed that this goes well and that her body 'takes' the new immune system. More on this later. The hospital I … Continue reading The idiocracy of the ‘health’ system

Challenge: Foodie with intolerances, traveling.

I’ve just spent the past 3 weeks traveling around London, various parts of the USA and Fiji. It’s been a fabulous trip and I’ve been so fortunate to go to some amazing places but I've realised that every time I travel I find out more about myself. It’s like a fast-track to understanding what you … Continue reading Challenge: Foodie with intolerances, traveling.

Sharing the love…

I've been spending a lot of time reading other peoples blogs, books, eBooks, recipes and attending raw food cooking classes that I haven't spent as much time right here writing. I've come across some incredible people and sites and so I thought it was time to pay it forward and share the love a bit, … Continue reading Sharing the love…

Running makes me happy!

Throwing on your runners and your iPod is one of the easiest and quickest ways to take off for some exercise. You only need 30minutes to have a great workout and for many of us, some days that is all the time we can afford in our busy lifestyles! A few years ago I was … Continue reading Running makes me happy!

What’s your chakra?

I am sure many of your have heard about Chakra’s but perhaps you don’t understand what they mean for you? With more news of a family members ill health, I decided to learn to understand these better and how they affect my life. There are 7 main (primary) chakras in our lives- which all influence … Continue reading What’s your chakra?