What should I eat?

There is so much information out there about diet & let’s face it there are a lot of people who fancy themselves as experts.  Seriously, it gets confusing & honestly more than a bit overwhelming – I mean keto, paleo, grain free, intermittent fasting, FODMAPS, AIP – the list goes on (& on & on).Continue reading “What should I eat?”

Goals…They Change!

Your goal 10years ago probably aren’t the same goals you have now.  Why?  Our lives change daily, sometimes stress makes it difficult to focus but you can still work towards your current goals (yes, even in 2020).  Here is what keeps me on track for my much revised 2020 health & wellness goals because let’sContinue reading “Goals…They Change!”

About Stress…

It is International stress awareness week this week, so I thought it a great time to post about stress.  It is common to feel stressed occasionally & stress is a normal part of life, at any stage of life.  However, when it is all the time; that is when stress can cause a lot ofContinue reading “About Stress…”

Want to start a scrap garden?

Groceries can be a big-ticket item in the household & it is unlikely that will change – as we all need to eat.  Have you thought about using vege scraps from your regular every day?  A lot of commonly used vege can be used to start your own vegie plot (big or small, balcony orContinue reading “Want to start a scrap garden?”

School Hols Again?

Teaching kids’ stuff in the kitchen is a great activity.  Realistically it is a necessary life skill, so getting them comfortable with smaller jobs in the kitchen is a great start.  Obviously, jobs need to be age appropriate & we aren’t talking gourmet chef kinda stuff. Help out regularly with: 💡 Washing fruit and vegeContinue reading “School Hols Again?”

Is there a link between anxiety and food?

When your nervous system is under pressure – your body responds with a switch to fight or flight mode.  Whilst some stress is normal, a prolonged state of high-level stress is not.  It will push your body into overdrive & can actually increase how often you experience anxiety attacks.  Food choices can have an impactContinue reading “Is there a link between anxiety and food?”

School is back in session

Are you loosing the battle with motivation for lunchboxes?  Whether you are packing lunches for your munchkins or yourself – it is easy to get caught up in the same old lunch routine.  Mix it up & try something new. ⭐️ Vege quiches – try eggs, grated zucchini & carrot, with a grated cheese toppingContinue reading “School is back in session”

Automatic Answers

Often people ask a question & we automatically give the standard reply of “I’m well” or “I’m good”.  I’ve started to try & ask different questions which require a bit of thinking rather than an automatic response. Today I tried out “What is something interesting you have done today?” Oh, I find it particularly goodContinue reading “Automatic Answers”

Stocking the pantry

For me a well-stocked pantry equals less overwhelm, yummier meals & a more relaxed me.  By the way, this was not actually written with COVID19 in mind, but it will probably also assist in making life a little easier as you can streamline the pantry. It is how I try to operate my pantry soContinue reading “Stocking the pantry”