Friday, October 12, 2012
Too tired to cook? Read this story for real food inspiration - Mum knows best: how food justice starts at home
I am looking forward to getting together with my extended family this weekend to catch up after our trip north and I'll be baking Karen Martini's dark chocolate olive oil cake to take along...I'll be skipping the refined sugar and replacing it with stevia and coconut palm sugar and reducing the overall amount. Fingers crossed that works out!
If you like to keep your snack attack wholesome I think these cacoa and protein balls look worth a try (as do many other recipes on Ashleigh's health lovin' blog)
When my house was quiet (oh some time around midnight. yawn) I made myself a cup of licorice tea (my favorite brew at the moment) and watched with great interest as my culinary wizard, health loving friend Samantha Gowing and three of her wise, health loving gal pals launched their new online TV series - healthtalks
I've signed up to virtually attend the problogger conference in Melbourne. Oh how I wish I could go for real but finding a babysitter for Sol from 7.30am and getting myself to Melbourne rapidly flew into the too hard basket. Now all I have to do is find a spare 21 hours to listen to the content.
If you're feeling consumed by your to-do list take a moment to gain perspective and watch this clip it includes segments from US documentary Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide
On that note, count your blessings twice and have a wonderful whole food filled weekend. Look forward to sharing more here next week x