Back onto the whole: less is more – this time with an extra note on making money as well.
This post is a collection of posts that inspired me to create my very own food menu, or at the very least got me hyped up for Autumn and Winter veggie.
Sian Orrell is the publicist for Hay House UK – the UK’s leading self-help, mind, body and spirit publishers. I grabbed Sian and ask her about her typical day in the office.
A post about bullet journalling, and an interview with the very talented Natascha from ‘How to bullet journal’.
Bliss balls, snack balls…call them as you wish. In my recipes I always like to combine interesting flavours – for example, rosemary and lemon. These bad boys are resting on a pillow of lemon-infused coconut cream.
Let’s talk about few handy freelancer websites and three tactics to make it work for you.
Ashley is a wellness expert and meditation teacher who shares with us her day in the office as part of the team behind Balance Festival, London’s newest wellness event held in May 2017 at The Old Truman Brewery.
This bowl combines what’s best about Autumn and Winter. Homemade falafel, roasted veggies, and beetroot hummus with toasted pine nuts.
Eight things to do when you are a sick boss lady and you still feel like not being productive is an unbearable burden to carry on your shoulders.
I love this recipe as it’s delicious and very easy to make, but it still has a pretty magnificent presentation – it’s also extremely versatile, as you can add any filling of your liking. Personally, peanut butter and jelly is a winner for me.
Give or take, life is a combination of forces we do not always understand. Honouring the time to heal and mourn is probably one of the greatest acts of vulnerability we have.
Why I stopped working from home and I joined a coworking space. A bit of a rant, as well as a few reasons why I do not work from home anymore.