I love creative strong women who follow their dream. It’ always inpiring.
Especially the ones who mix dreamy stories with pictures.
Sally Mustang is one girl I’ve been following for a long time. It’s about yoga, travels, everyday life, art, love & being 100% true to yourself.
Her pictures and stories are always fun and creative.
She’s giving me a dose of Australia daily. Thanks dear! She updates her instagram everyday, and right now she’s in Bali.
One day I will join one of her yoga retreats.
Another inpiring soul is Andrea behind Earthyandy. She’s living in Hawaii with her family and she’s sharing the most amazing vegan recipies and lots more! Her pictures is breath taking, so so colorful! Look here ! I can’t get enough.
She’s really inspiring me to become a better version of me.
Thanks for sharing about all the good stuff Andrea. ( I wanna live in Hawaii too )
Lucky me Kristin bought me some Activated charcoal when she were in Sri Lanka so I’ve been making this bad boy smoothie a couple of times.
1/2 cup coconut water
1/2 cup coconut milk
1 cup pineapple
2 frozen banana
1 tsp activated charcoal
1 cup ice
1 head dino kale or 1/2 cup baby kale (optional)
Pictures and reciepies all from Earthyandy.com
Here is some fact´s about Activated Charcoal:
-What is Activated charcoal? It is a potent natural treatment used to trap toxins and chemicals in the body before the body can absorb them internally. When using activated charcoal for natural healing choose a product derived from coconut shells or other natural sources.
The first time I had ever tried activated charcoal was when my friend Jenelle who runs Well’n Proper Juice Company brought some over when one of us had a cold. She made an activated lemonade which tasted just like a refreshing lemonade! The first time she brought one I was nervous about it but the second time after doing some of my own reading I was excited to drink it!
One of the most popular activated charcoal uses around the world is in emergency trauma centers around the world for the treatment of poisoning and drug overdoses. Now more than ever people are benefiting from using it for a number of reasons including the reduce bloating and gas, lowering cholesterol, treat bile flow problems safely during pregnancy, and even prevent hangovers. (I was just talking to a lady the other day that said she and her friends ALWAYS use activated charcoal to skip hangovers and swears by it). That is a pretty good sign that its does a good job soaking up junk in the body…”
I always gets very inpiried by the simple tips. & the natural ones.
Here is a reciepe on lentil soup that I have done few times to.
2 cups small lentils (I prefer red)
2 russet potatoes (chopped)
1 med white onion (chopped)
2 carrot (chopped)
5 celery stick (chopped)
2 cloves of garlic (chopped of crushed)
1 ½ bay leaves
1 ½ fresh dill
2cans stewed tomatoes
10 ½ cups vegetable stock
1 bunch fresh parsley or cilantro
1 tsp pepper
salt and pepper to taste or use lemon ( I use lemon)
1) In a large soup pot put a tablespoon of water and add onions, garlic, carrots, potato, and celery. Saute until vegetables are almost tender.
2) Add the diced tomatoes with juice, bay leaves, parsley, lentils and the stock.
3) Bring to a soft boil stirring occasionally until the lentils are soft, reduce heat and simmer
4) add fresh parsley and dill at the very end for most flavor and freshness!
Enjoy your Monday, I’m making us a lentil soup as we speak!