We forget just how often we're surrounded by toxic chemicals each day. You just have to step outside your door to catch a whiff of car fumes or wet paint.
Make your home the high water mark, a healthy and natural environment, by mixing together these few household items. Clean enough to eat.
A note on Essential Oils
Essential oils have powerful antibacterial potencies for safe and natural cleaning. I add clove oil to my bathroom cleaner which does an amazing job to ACTUALLY kill off mould (rather than just bleaching the pores, only to grow and return again).
I've found this infographic super helpful as a reference point to the ingredients and their uses. You can use the same base of: vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice and essential oils on almost anything.
All you need is spray bottle to shake up your ingredients in and your ready to go.
A Guide To Diy Cleaning Products [Infographic] by the team at NeoMam
If you have tried any of the recipes above or have any questions. Please let me know in the comments below! I'd love to hear from you!
What is Intuitive Eating and how it’s different to dieting? In this video we talk about what “listening to your body” really means and give you 3 tangible ways to practice so you can leave the chocolate bar in your bag (because you just don’t feel like it anymore!)
A video blog with 3 tips to normalise your eating habits and how your past dieting experiences may be getting in the way.
I get together with Coach, Jess Silsby to chat about why food challenges are a symptom, not the problem and why you can’t ‘fail’ with food.
A breakfast idea that combines smoothie and egg to make a simple pancake... a green smoothie pancake!
Finding the real reason why you feel so preoccupied with food all the time.
My intention for these posts is to give you an example of how I make decisions around food that is right for me, and in turn, pave the way for you to get curious about what right for your body.
This bread happened following a late-lock out Sunday morning yoga class. Since I was up early, I turned home and made a loaf of pea & ham bread which turned out beautifully.
If you told yourself you could have anything you want, would you just totally go-to-town on cake, cookies, pizza and all the bad foods? I can hear you say YES, 1000% I would lose control!
In this recipe, I use fats of nuts, oils, coconut cream and flakes that naturally clench taste buds and make for a highly satisfying and nourishing dessert.
By occasionally colouring outside the lines we can sustain long-term habits and behaviours. We’re missing the point when all we focus on is food groups, calorie counting, and proportion control.