Light is an ephemeral quality that we just can’t live without! The rising and setting of the sun are the only events that happen every single day, no matter what. As they say, the sun always rises! Around the world, whether northern or southern hemisphere, light defines our lives and our lifestyles. As seasons change our worlds get darker in the mornings, lighter in the evenings, days stretch to midnight or fall short at 5pm. We are in a constant state of adjusting to how much light there is outside. This affects what we wear, how we eat, when we exercise, and what activities we can enjoy outdoors. This fluctuating state is universal and it can be said that in spring time, wherever you are in the world, as blossoms appear on trees and the air warms up, really, what we are most grateful for at the end of a long winter is more light in our lives. Light makes things grow – plants, trees, the food we eat; light also has an amazing ability …
Discover this colourful recipe by Maz Valcorza. Maz has a passion for food, and she loves creating delicious, organic, vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free recipes. ‘This hearty meal is infused with aromatic spices and sweetness from dried fruit. It’s packed with protein and beta-carotene and will satisfy your hunger for sure!
Check this article by Mexico-based blogger Ainoha Aguirre Moura and see how we can all be part of a more sustainable new life. “Some actions begin as a test and end up becoming a habit; others behaviors, which transform themselves into powerful actions that define us, making us feel proud of ourselves… These small changes usually have something in common: They come to stay.
We’re always so happy to collaborate with beautiful brands, and Edible Beauty is definitely one of them. Anna Mitsios, founder of Edible Beauty, firmly believes that we can all be beautiful by nurturing our body, mind and soul. Discover here one of her most recent bog post, where she shares how to take care of yourself and your body during pregnancy. “Whilst there is an abundance of information regarding foods to avoid during pregnancy, there lot of confusion around what women should be using on their bodies. This is equally important given we can absorb approximately 60% of what we put on our skin and given the placenta is not the barrier we once thought.
We all like a little bit of glamour. There are days when you dress down, go about your normal life, wear a neutral palette of clothing and makeup, and then there are others when you just want to stand out! We’ve got 2 great looks for when you want to glam up a little, dress to impress or just throw caution to the wind and step out into the night. For cocktails, parties, dinners, weddings – we’ve got you covered. Look 1 – The lips have it Be a little daring, a little provocative and let your lips do the talking! For a little black dress, a cocktail party or black tie event or even to cook a delicious dinner at home, while dancing, in your own kitchen. There’s always a reason to splash out and let your hair down.
Blogger Honestly Alessandra dedicates herself to guide us through nutrition, whole food-plant based recipes , beauty tips and more… Check out her “inner glow smoothie bowl” recipe, we love it! “When it comes to beauty, I’ve always looked for that all round, radiant, inner glow. You know, that looks like you have just stepped out of the sea onto a beach on a relaxing holiday. What if I told you that you could have this all year round, minus the tan, well depending where you are in the world, but clear skin, glowing from within and less wrinkles… of course you can! You just need to be feeding your body with the right things. What we put into our bodies is just as important as what we put onto it and that you guys is the secret, it’s that simple. Our planet has given us everything we need to feed each and every one of our cells with and it’s in our foods, we just need to know the right things to eat so that our body understands what …
Mothers Day is around the corner! Check these tips from green beauty blogger Brooke Rashid. ‘In honour of Mothers Day, the most amazing day of the year for us mama’s and to all the beautiful hard working ladies out there doing their best, working hard and basically conquering life with kids, I wanted to give them some kudos and some tips on keeping my glow, even when I am exhausted, feeling fragile and possible still have peanut butter in my hair.
Lorella Giannini is an Italian makeup artist. Visiting us at our Bondi Beach office, she met our beautiful writer Kathryn “Rainbow” Lyster, and the 2 of them had great fun playing with our makeup! Forget rigid routines and strict regimes. We want you to have fun with our cosmetics! Our range of natural makeup is full of easy to use products that give you more time in your life, not less. Real beauty is natural and effortless.
As Mother’s Day rolls around the globe, I can’t help thinking about the extraordinary role that mothers play in society. They grow tiny humans in their own bodies, birth these little creatures into the big wide world and teach the newborn humans about many things that make this place beautiful and also, at times, scary. A baby is raised with the help of a village, a family, a team, a neighbourhood, a relationship, a marriage, grandparents, siblings, fathers, mothers, and any combination of all or none of the above – but on Mother’s Day, let’s all think of one mother we know and acknowledge her journey.
As part of our collaboration with Goodnessme box, we’re happy to share this interview of GoodnessMe Box Founder, Peta Shulman. What was it that drove/inspired you to create the Goodnessme box? When I was 21 what began as the flu resulted in three months of bed-rest experiencing constant headaches, heavy and achy limbs, low energy, fatigue and overall a low immune system. I saw a number of doctors during this time but received no real answer to the cause of the problem.