post podcast

I’m about to board a flight from Sydney to the Gold Coast when I get an email. “I’ve heard a bit about your story” and “I thought it would be awesome if I could get you on our pod to tell the world.” I say yes. I say yes to things that come my way.…

Continue Reading

Peace Love And Unity

It’s #NAIDOC week! Let’s celebrate the history, culture, achievements and contributions of Indigenous Australians. There’s so much awesomeness to shine a light on! Including the work of @desertpeamedia with Bourke High School and the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation who together have brought us B Town Warriors. Written and recorded with a group of young indigenous…

Continue Reading

Beauty Grows from Darkness

When I was in the right place at the right time this week to be gifted tickets to BLISS N ESO’s sold out Wollongong gig, I said hellllllll YES!!! I mobalised @calmlykaotic and after a delish dinner at @kneadingruby (next time you’re in the gong check them out, it’s pretty awesome) we joined the overwhelmingly…

Continue Reading

dream BIG

Australian based author Veronica Farmer recently asked me to share my story for an upcoming book – a collection of global human life scar stories. This is my contribution. For so long this was such a painful thing for me to talk about, and good luck to anyone trying to get me in front of a…

Continue Reading

Are you staying on the mat today?

So the story goes that there was a woman (I am not this woman in this instance, but I have been her many times before) who turned up to a yoga class only to spend the entire time flat on her back on the mat. Crying. There were no downward dogs this day. There was…

Continue Reading

Happiness: The Danish Way

I couldn’t put down The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World’s Happiest Country. It’s perfect weather to stay in and get cosy (or hygge as the Danes would say) with a good book, so I thought I’d shared a little about this pretty entertaining look at Danish culture and society. It’s light, digestible…

Continue Reading

Life Allergic to the Cold

I’ve never been good at winter. For one thing I was allergic. Quite literally. Cold air. Cold water. Cold surfaces. Cold urticaria.  It’s a chronic autoimmune disease. The onset is generally between 18-25. Right on schedule mine arrived as I turned 18. A rash of red hives that induced anaphylactic shock. Yep, you can die.…

Continue Reading

Dilled Zucchini Deliciousness

I’m totally buzzing from the Winter Day Retreat!!! Super stoked everyone had an awesome time. This dish was the crowd winner! It’s super quick and easy to make and well…delicious! So if you couldn’t be at the retreat on the weekend, here’s a little retreat goodness you can enjoy at home! Zucchini is vata pacifying and…

Continue Reading

Ayurvedic pumpkin soup

Ok so here’s what you need to know about pumpkin. It’s loaded with anti-oxidants (think vitamin A, C and E) and minerals (magnesium, potassium) and is high in fibre. Win. It’s also sweet and grounding. Perfect for this time of the year as early winter knocks our vata around so we need to favour oily,…

Continue Reading

Cumin Quinoa Veggies

We can all thank my Mum for this recipe. This was a fav of mine a few years back and it’s perfect for winter! When I cooked it for my Mum she loved it so much she wanted to know how to recreate it for herself. Which is always a little tricky when I don’t…

Continue Reading