I wanted to share with you some of our eats around here the past few months!
Of course there have been smoothies!
This one was a Chocolate Peach situation with shilajit and lucuma topped with bee pollen.
Banana, peach, blueberry, lucuma, amla berry and coconut water for the little.
Frozen banana, fresh mango, aloe Vera, snow pea tendrils and chlorella with bee pollen. I am loving bee pollen this Spring!!
Another banana, mango, aloe and chlorella smoothie. So healing for the gut lining. It’s just an amazing plus that it tastes truly incredible! There were many more, but this is what has been recorded for posterity’s sake.
There were also juices. Lots of wild greens.
Pretty much all of these has some combination of chickweed, cleavers, cucumber, celery, apple and lemon.
Also, there has been food. Much more than this, too lol!
Cauliflower and jicama in a wild garlic cream sauce, spinach with coconut aminos, olive oil and lemon and some raw bread I made using psyllium husks for the first time!
That bread going into the dehydrator.
Some high raw wraps with greens, sprouts, quinoa burger and green Gaia dressing.
Green juice and raw brownies. Love.
Red bell pepper gazpacho with spirulina and bee pollen.
Kelp noodles in a cheesy sauce with black pepper and scallions. Amazing 🙂
I’ve been feeling pretty incredible recently with all the green juices and wild spring greens. Having large quantities of it daily really just changes everything! So worth it!
Nag champa incense smell in the bedroom. Not living in our own house right now is challenging, but walking into our bedroom and being enveloped in this scent makes me happy. It energetically feels like it makes the space ours even though we are surrounded by my mothers things.
New books! I look at them as an investment. Personally and professionally, never stop striving to do better than ever! Education is key in this endeavor .
Rosemary Gladstar- Medicinal Herbs A Beginner’s Guide
Now, while I wouldn’t exactly call myself a beginner, I have never read one of her books and it is always fun to review the fundamentals of ANY topic you love! I love discovering new techniques and approaches to things I do well 🙂
Superfood Kitchen- Julie Morris Same thing here as above. I love reading new recipes with ingredients I use daily! When you discover a new combination of flavors or textures, it is so exciting! The Law of Divine Compensation- Marianne Williamson
I have so much baggage around the topic of success, especially financial. It stems from a history of simply not valuing myself and I have worked hard over the last few years to overcome it. I chose this book because I still have a lot of resistance to actually choosing to love myself and value my gifts.