We’ve been out picking spray free strawberries for the freezer. At the same time it’s an activity that involves lots of nutritious movement. All the squatting and kneeling is great for a pregnant lady like me Opposite chair and couch sitting, it facilitates and encourages […]
The reason that you feel so relaxed and balanced after spending time at the beach is because your body becomes replenished with vital minerals from the salt water. It’s better than a bath with Epsom salts The salt water and sand will also ground you […]
Earthy colours seem to be the choice this afternoon My minimal and grounding sandals from Earth Runners and “all natural” hat and backpack. The only parts not biodegradable are the plastic clips and bottom part of sole of the sandals and plastic beads on the […]
My first time winter bathing. What a view and how exhilarating!
I’m the type who hates cold water. You can ask my lovely hubby and he’s going to be very surprised when I tell him that I went in the water three times. He’s in Vancouver working at the moment. He’s going to be a little jealous, I think 😉
I’m intrigued and I’m going to sign up for the winter season. Haha! How exciting
This is another activity that involves nutritional stacking with natural movement, spending time in nature and grounding/ earthing as well as natural sunlight that strengthens our circadian rhythm and boosts our vitamin D levels. On top of that, we’re moving nutrients from the nutrient rich […]
We’re mainly collecting Boletaceae mushrooms but also a few wood hedgehog mushrooms (Hydnum repandum) and chanterelle (Canthatellus cibarius).
Had a great helper and it’s amazing how fast he gets his head around which ones are edible and which ones to stay away from 🙂
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Now that we’ve moved to the country side here in Denmark, we’ve been foraging more wild plants. Dinner last night included Dandelion leafs (Taraxacum vulgare) and Goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria umbelliferae) in the summer salad and Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) used for dairy free pesto. […]