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Happy and Healthy New Year

Happy and Healthy New Year

Moving into the new year with the coronavirus pandemic still raging, uncertainty is looming and motivation to adopt healthier habits to kick start your new year is tough to come by.

Check out the full Blog online for your list of 10 simple things you can do to kick start a healthier / happier new year...

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Salt Dough Ornaments

Salt Dough Ornaments

The best kind of ornaments on a Christmas tree are the ones my kids made. I absolutely love the frames made from popsicle sticks, the tiny thumbprints turned reindeer, and the hand painted happiness with a picture of the little cherub at that bright beautiful smile because they are so proud of their masterpiece.. These Easy Homemade Salt Dough Ornaments only require 3 ingredients! This is such a cheap (and totally fun!) activity to do at home with the kids this Christmas! Ingredients 1/2 cup salt 1 cup flour 1/2 cup water Instructions Whisk the salt and flour together in...

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Zach Bush x Rich Roll

Zach Bush x Rich Roll

The talk that inspired it all, if you haven’t discovered Zach Bush yet, it’s well worth a late-night Youtube rabbit hole...

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Farmers footprint

Farmers footprint

This film beautifully explains regenerative agriculture and all of its benefits, worth a squizz the next time you have a spare 20 minutes...

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Nan's kitchen

Nan's kitchen

Rewind just 50 years when kitchens consisted of dry goods in jars, bulk meats stored in large freezer chests and imperfect looking fruit & veg – often grown organically, and we begin to realise that Zero Waste is not so much a futuristic idea but more of a homage to a more simple era. If we take this lens to our kitchens today it’s easy to see the steps to take just by asking ourselves, what would our nan’s kitchen have looked like? Back in the 40s and 50s everything in the kitchen was made to be reused. Think linen...

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