For thousands of years people have used plants for beauty and optimising health. Traditionally people developed medicine through observation and experimentation with plants. And in many countries, women in particular were responsible for collecting food and herbs to administer medicine and care for the wounded and sick. Herbs are still highly valued and used to… Continue reading 9 Medicinal Herbs to Keep in Your Garden
Last week I attended Rainbow Serpent Festival. During the festival I gave a workshop on Natural Beauty Products with Kitchen Ingredients in the Permaculture Garden space. Below are the recipes that were taught plus a few other hints and tips. I've kept the recipes as simple as possible as the idea is to use the ingredients available… Continue reading DIY Natural Beauty Recipes with Kitchen Ingredients
The Amazon Rainforest holds mystical magic for many of us, stories of pink dolphins, giant snakes, mini monkeys and trees that breathe. The Amazon Rainforest has been called ‘the lungs of the earth’ and its believed that it creates 20% of the world’s oxygen. This rainforest nourishes an incredible amount of plants and wildlife. And above… Continue reading Discover the essence of the Amazon
I love watching the spirit of Aphrodite enacting on lovers and friends. The hand movements, the gestures and the looks that are thrown back and forward. Aphrodite's power of love was known to transform the mundane into something beautiful. And who doesn’t love, love! The Myth Aphrodite had an unusual entry into the goddess realm.… Continue reading Embody The Goddess of Love
I absolutely love coffee. I love the whole sensory experience that is involved with drinking coffee. The smell, the taste, the good company...
I'm all about my bedgasms. Like I've said before I really do, keep myself busy. Business, university and single parenting can be tiresome at the best of times and the only thing that seems to revive my energies is
You might very well be acquainted with nasturtium but have you ever seen their seed pods? Have you ever tried pickled nasturtium pods? They are like peppery capers. I don’t even like capers but I do like these...