I’ve been nominated by the lovely Rachelle from My Saturn Epoch to participate in this blog-hop series, to reflect on why I write for you all.
I had the pleasure of Rachelle’s life coaching program earlier this year and have had my world turned upside, or “flipped on it’s head” as Rachelle would say!
Since I’ve been nominated, I have seen this series pop up on many different blogs and I’ve found it so inspiring to read each woman’s take on how and why they share their message.
So here’s my take on things:
What am I working on?
After finishing my ebook recently, I’ve started to shift my focus back research. I’m catching up on podcasts, video series and books to dive deeper into all things hormonal, nutritional and inspirational. So I guess the next logical step is to share my knowledge through some more blog posts!
Keep an eye out for:
- a blog post on natural cold remedies
- a review on an earthing sheet for my bed and an earthing mat for my desk at work
- a printed brochure explaining what I do
- book reviews on my latest reads
How does my writing differ from others in this genre?
So you overindulged this weekend? Don’t worry, we’ve ALL been there. Here are my top tips for a super quick recovery:
Scrub your skin
Our skin is actually a major organ which eliminates toxins through our pores. When dead skin cells accumulate, detoxification through the skin becomes difficult. So by removing dead skin cells, we can assist detoxification.
I’m a huge fan of dry body brushing, but you could also do a hot towel scrub.
The scrubbing/brushing action also reduces muscle tension and promotes circulation.
For a very long time, I was resistant to using affirmations. They seemed so fake and incredibly stupid to me. I hardly believed the phrases, so I wasn’t going to waste my breath repeating them.
The focus of my post today is around pet wellness. Certainly a topic near and dear to me, as I bring up the adorable little snowball that is Queeg, my Japanese Spitz (pictured here at 9 weeks old).
My baby girl is nearly 11 weeks old and has taught us much about the importance of living in the now. She is fully focussed on the present moment, and when she wants to play, she doesn’t care whether you only have half an hour before you have to start work. And when there is food in the air, nothing else matters.
Being as environmentally and sustainably conscious as I am, it’s important to me that I encourage organic farming wherever possible. I vote with my dollar, and refuse to spend my hard earned money fueling an economy that is dead against my personal beliefs. So I feed her organic produce, based around the dietary theory of the BARF diet (biologically appropriate raw food diet), in which she eats only raw food, that I prepare myself.