Celeriac Ribbons with Greens & Balsamic Shallots

Eating with the seasons and for vibrant health are two things I always endeavor to practice. Mother Earth does her best to provide us with what we need each season and we have the opportunity to go with her flow and turn her offerings into nourishing meals. We can make these foods into dishes as simple or as fancy as we like. The recipe I have for you today takes a couple of winter staples and makes them into a warming, nourishing plateful of goodness.

Celeriac is a beautiful winter vegetable. read more

Blood Orange & Cacao Granola

How has your January been? The first month of the new year is coming to a close and I’m feeling optimistic. Becoming more comfortable and confident with the sentiment of ‘I don’t know” is something that I’m currently working on. As a perfectionist, it isn’t easy admitting you don’t have all the answers. When did uncertainty become a negative thing in life? I feel like a lot of people would rather sit with unhappiness rather than step into the unknown. read more

Earl Grey Latte

I made this warming drink this morning to comfort my tired body and mind. It’s smooth and frothy, bright and floral, delicate and sweet.

Do you ever experience night time blues? That’s not the proper terminology but it’s what I call it. This particularly heavy wave of melancholy that hits when it reaches about 8/9pm almost every night. I’ve never been a good sleeper. For as long as I can remember I’ve had trouble falling asleep, staying asleep and all too frequent read more

Demystifying Wellness – five simple practices


Wellness can seem like a fixed state. One that we should work towards tirelessly and once we achieve it, we become well for life. I don’t believe that is the truth at all. Wellness is a journey. It’s a process. It fluctuates. Every choice we make affects our wellness in some way – physically, emotionally and spiritually.

January can cause a lot of blues. In fact, today is known as ‘Blue Monday’. This new space we have entered into, usually with high hopes and read more

Warm Breakfast Pears with Almond Butter

These warming and delicately sweet pears have been my breakfast for the past week or so and a welcome part of my morning routine. As soon as I’m out of bed I oil pull then I have a mug of warm herbal tea (usually rosehip or ginger) after that I do my movement/meditation practice, whether it’s yoga, pilates or some improvisation, before making something to eat. The weather is bitterly cold and I definitely haven’t been feeling 100% this past week so something simple and comforting read more

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