Foodhearted: Crispy Hot Roasted Chip Potatoes

Another title for this dish could be roast-potatoes-with-anything and then some. The humble potato makes such a range of accessible meals – morning, noon and night. From medley to majestic. Roast potatoes are such a breeze to prepare (they are!), elevating the eating experience with a crispy bite that turns into a creamy and satisfying mouthfeel. Then there is the…

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Foodhearted: Fifteen Ways to Thrive with Food Today

Decide you are thriving with food. Stop getting caught up with what you should be doing and start with what you are currently doing, and how it’s working. If you need help get it!   Celebrate your wins! Do this whenever you feel frustrated, or disappointed (and even when you feel elated!) – notice where the feeling is coming from….

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Feminine Revelation: Hope is not a strategy ?

Hope is not a strategy – has become a written cliche. But is it true? Well, in the tradition of all good pantomime scenes. Oh, yes it is (I’m just about holding back on the exclamation mark). Oops! Hope What is hope? Eternal wisdom .. (plus your own personal experience which evidence what I’m about to say, more on this later)…

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Five Myths of Feminine Softness

Have you read the phrase ‘feminine softness’ in passing? And maybe you feel put off by it, because it sounds like mushy green peas. Or an ad for meadow-fragranced fabric conditioner. Or some form of female-doormat-ism. This can therefore add to the confusion around essential femininity as it sounds like something you have to ‘do’ or change about yourself in…

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Honest Eating and the Feminine Approach to Body Wellness

Unfolding our dream-ideal-healthiest-natural body is not the straight line of the masculine. If you get that revelation then so many things will start to make sense in terms of your approach. It’s a completely different paradigm to the motivational one e.g. eat less, exercise more, which is vague to say the least. How much less? How much more? When you…

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Foodhearted: Nutrient-Rich Mung Bean Soup

This nutrient-rich mung bean soup is nourishing and easy. You can pack it with anything and everything and still add toppings. It’s a cleansing soup full of flavours and filling. Make as much as you like and batch it up in the fridge and freezer. I like to soak the beans over two nights with regular rinsing a couple of…

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Foodhearted: Crunchy Spelt Meat Pies

Crunchy spelt meat pies make a delicious nutrient dense dish that works for breakfast, lunch, dinner or simply a meal, sliced up or halved to accompany soup, salad, roasted veg or a cup of bone broth. I always have some in my freezer. It’s made with real butter (only the good stuff round here), organic spelt flour and some other…

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Understanding the language of the feminine opens you up to receiving

Have you heard or read that the feminine is receptive and the feminine woman is designed to be a powerful receiver (and amplifier)? But maybe you are wondering how is that so? And does it mean you never take action? Feminine ‘action’ is fuelled by curiosity, creativity, insight, inspiration, joy, expression and knowing. It can lead to results or have…

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The beauty of the body and why the feminine woman honours it

Staying rooted in the body is a non-negotiable way of being for feminine energy women – it’s how they ‘feel’ and ‘know’. Their primary MO is not analysis and logic, not that they don’t do them, it is just that they mainly use them to support what they already intuit and sense. When women understand the good friend they have…

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Are we there yet? – The paradox of living in the feminine unknown

The feminine-led woman moves through life ‘knowing’ and when she doesn’t know, she rests in ‘not knowing’ so that she will know. Many a time I’ve said to myself, I’m not sure I can keep living like this not knowing and the waiting! And then I have a much-needed giggle (it might take a while) as this is the most…

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