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Recipe: How to make Quasi-Vegetarian Okonomiyaki

This post refers to an allergy. Please read my disclaimer and proceed mindfully. For more information on Mammalian Meat Allergy (MMA) also referred to as Alpha-Gal Syndrome, refer to my website MMA Safe Place. How to make Quasi-Vegetarian Okonomiyaki when you’re not Japanese and you are gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free and meat-free💥 As you may remember from my… Continue reading Recipe: How to make Quasi-Vegetarian Okonomiyaki

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March Connection!

Just a little something to say thank you for being amazing and taking care of your body. Putting your health and vitality first is not always easy to do, and I honour you for your commitment to your healthy body and mind. If you haven't yet tried one of our Vegan whole food powders that… Continue reading March Connection!

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The most important house we will ever live in? Our body.

A few years ago we discovered how important it is to take the extra time to learn why we need to eat fresh food that grows in front of our eyes. Since then, I've aimed to teach parents to teach their children that it's simple to grow and eat real food and that it's easy to… Continue reading The most important house we will ever live in? Our body.

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Honesty and lessons in humility through parenting

'It's ok, mum. You're learning. So am I.'  - My Little One, 4 years old. I tell my little boy that I'm learning how to be the most beautiful happy version of me, in the same way that he is learning how to be his best, most beautiful version of himself, and that we are both… Continue reading Honesty and lessons in humility through parenting

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Make-up-free May

Last year I had an adventure of sorts - an internal adventure. I survived one whole month without a smudge or spot of make-up. Going without cosmetics for a month was a true challenge for me. This career-girl turned new mum, who was so accustomed to dressing up at the start of every day, now had… Continue reading Make-up-free May

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I have a weekly ‘Recovery day’ – and that’s ok!

What do I do all week? I guide myself and my little loves, (two boys, aged 4 and 1 respectively), through many important socialisation, stimulation and natural learning activities... - Silkwood School's Steiner-inspired playgroup - KinderEnergy Musical playgroup - Greystone Farm Steiner family daycare - Hinze Dam Catchment Kids class - Sunrise beach visit and… Continue reading I have a weekly ‘Recovery day’ – and that’s ok!

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Steiner, Montessori and Your Child

I'm certainly not an expert when it comes to describing methods of teaching various education philosophies. But it's an area that interests me and I'm learning quickly ... so many people are asking me what the difference is between Montessori and Steiner. If you don't know anything and are looking for a basic parent's-view explanation,… Continue reading Steiner, Montessori and Your Child

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A holistically healthy mindset

Do you believe that that mind and body and spirit are entwined together? At different times in each of our lives we focus on healing either our mind, our body or our spirit. If we can focus on all three areas and care for our mind, body and spirit at the same time, we can unlock the… Continue reading A holistically healthy mindset

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Creating more time – an affirmation

When we become parents it takes us a while to realize some big changes, one of which is the different speed of taking on new projects and completing new ideas. Before kids, we could follow-through on any idea and take on many new things at once or in simple procession. After kids, we still take… Continue reading Creating more time – an affirmation

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House Matters

We like to promote an energy of respect and gratuity for the goods we have in our life, and continually caring for our materials goes a long way. Perhaps it is because of our attitude of respect, gratuity and flow that we attract many new items to us each week from family, friends and strangers.… Continue reading House Matters