Lockdown Challenge with Prizes – Countering Lockdown Tension – The daily Kindness – A Gift For Your Wellbeing
I listened to Hugh MacKay on ABC’s Conversation Hour yesterday, he was promoting his latest book, The Kindness Revolution. He spoke of the natural ‘shut down’ which can happen when we first encounter a threat. It makes sense developmentally.
It’s confirmed. Another week of lockdown. You might be feeling disappointed and it’s understandable to have lost freedoms, holidays, and have life upended. We learn about ourselves – how we deal with things when they don’t go our way. How we manage disappointments.
So many Asian dishes I cook are super fast stir fries. But this slow cook version is dense and rich and ….delicious! Get it on in your lunch break for a dinner time feast.
Winter is here. Which means you might be tempted to avoid coming out, and prefer to stay cocooned in your cosy blanket at home. But I would love to entice you out to our warm and cosy studio to try a different sort of cocooning – Being led through a guided meditation in our aerial hammock cocoons and it’s BLISS.
I hope you love this bit of sticky pleasure to warm your kitchen and soul on chilly days. My family all agreed this one should be on our high rotation recipe list!
Our Sunday Yin yoga is always a special way to spread the wellbeing and joy. Or maybe they’d like to try an aerial for a gift of endorphines and happy hormones!
Create some tasty lunch box snacks with this clever Fruit Roll Up DIY recipe! Your kids will surely love this sweet treat.
According to National Geographic we each have 37.2 Trillion cells in our body. They turnover all the time, which is a nice way to say your cells die but new ones are created. I often look around towards the end of a class and wonder how many new cells my students have...
This is an intriguing Easter chocolate treat of choice for grown ups who appreciate a dense and fudgey brownie. The Guinness gives it a hit of bitterness- lovely – to bring a smile to any adult’s mouth!