We cannot thank all our incredible students enough for supporting our Transform Live Classes. 88 days of closure is a sting for any business and for those who were able to remain on as clients through the crisis, I can never convey in mere words the gratitude, love and thanks I feel. Without you, Transform may have become a memory. Instead, we can endure and can be your present and your future. Thank you Thank You.
It came overnight. The news that our kids would soon return to school full time. I was resolved the home school journey would go on and on and now they are suddenly back with their teachers.
A lot of us have been musing aloud about how ourselves and our world will look and feel when we emerge from Covid Lockdown. I have never forgotten my cousin’s story. She had been living in New York when 9/11 occurred.
Here’s what we made with our last remaining pre-Covid-19 yeast sachet from deep in the pantry this week (I found out that fresh yeast is available from the deli of the fruit shop in Stocklands) Kneading is meditative and therapeutic! And so is the munching on the warm salty softness you will create!
Quick and simple and, oh – how I love kaffir lime leaves direct from our plant on the deck – delicious! I poached the chicken in some leftover coconut milk we had in the fridge, but any way you want to do your chicken to shred will work fine. Enjoy!
Are you capable of great endurance, power and fast action? Can you do some impressive moves? But if you are honest with yourself, is it possible you actually don’t feel that wonderful in your body? Or when considering your actual age, do you just feel old?
Light and Easy, Super Healthy, Protein Packed
This is a tasty 15 minute dinner your kids will love.
This is a natural time of gathering your thoughts and setting your compass for your new year. It naturally involves consideration of how you have been feeling lately. It opens us to follow our hearts by considering what we really love doing and want more of.
I made this gorgeous vegan lasagne for our teachers on our Christmas lunch. The pumpkin makes it completely satisfying. The lentils make it completely wholesome. It takes a little time to prep so if you are off work at the moment it’s the perfect time for it.