The more time I spend with new clients, the more it becomes obvious that many people feel like they don’t have time to be healthy.
I say, “We don’t have time to NOT be healthy”
Not being healthy can only lead to trouble later on. You either pay now or you pay later… I personally, would prefer to pay in happy little instalments across my lifetime with nourishingly healthy food and a little extra time in the kitchen each day. Because the thing is, if you don’t make the time to look after yourself now, you will have to find the time later if you get sick. Only finding the time later when you get sick, doesn’t sound like much fun at all.
So… why not take a look at your own life, your time and how much time you allocate to being healthy. It’s important to find your balance, what works for you and your family, everybody is different. The other thing is, finding time, doesn’t always have to be loads of time… It can be as little as 1-Minute. Just like this little guy.
The 1-Minute Muffin
Why you will love him!
The basic recipe
Add all the ingredients into a mug (you may need to slightly melt the butter first) mix it all together. Pop it into the microwave on high for 1 minute. Tip the mug over onto a plate and there you have it. The 1-Minute Muffin For more deliciousness, drizzle over some organic goats milk yoghurt and some berries. YUM!
For those of you that don’t have a microwave, or if you have a little more time you can double the ingredients and make 6 muffins in a muffin tray, then bake them in the oven for 12 mins.
Experiment with the recipe and make it your own! I love to add Cocoa and berries into mine, the berries get all warm and gooey – Mmmm delish!
To learn more tricks, tips and recipes to make the most out of your time, why not book a Food Coach consult with me?
I’ve had a new muffin recipe in the making for a while now. Inspired by chats with my awesome peers at Nature Care College. (Where everybody gets as excited as me about healthy food!)
I really wanted to create a muffin that would taste delicious, while also being packed full of nutrition. I wanted the muffin to be; Gluten Free, Sugar Free and Nut Free.
Finally at version 234 (seriously! I’ve been eating A LOT of muffins) I took my experiments out of the house and over to visit my lovely friend Quinny. We had them for morning tea and I am happy to report they were hit!
So… I thought it’s time to share this recipe around, so you can all enjoy them!
My little blogs have been taking a back seat of late… have you missed them? I’ve missed writing them…
I’ve been super-busy with my FINAL year of college. Yep that’s right, my final year!! This year college has been AWESEOME! We are bringing together all of the content from the previous years and getting into all the juicy stuff.
I am feeling extremely lucky, grateful and a little blessed with how 2013 is shaping up and can’t help but be reminded, that when you - Do what you love….things just really start to flow.
So what’s flowing for me…
Well first up – I have been spending some time in the nutrition clinic at college, which has been both challenging and fun.
Did you know you can come and see me in the nutrition clinic at Nature Care College for just $12!?
At the moment we have some special equipment in the clinic to test and measure your progress. Using this test we can produce accurate data about your body composition (muscle mass / body fat / skeletal tissue), cell membrane health, hydration level, amount of fluid retention, degree of inflammation / toxicity and your biological age. These tests usually cost between $80-$150. So $12 is a bargain!! And you get to see me If you are interested call Nature Care today and book me in. (My hours there are Thursday’s 2-5:30)
In other news – I have just landed a 12-month internship. YAY! This is seriously exciting! I will be working with and learning from one of Sydney’s leading naturopaths, Angela Hywood, from Tonic Australia. Angela specialises in Thyroid Function and Autoimmune Disease and is well known as Sarah Wilson’s Naturopath of choice. I am so excited to start my internship which will commence on June 14th.
I am also VERY excited - to be joining the team at EngageMe as their in-house food coach. EngageMe is a new business focusing on corporate wellness solutions. Headed up by my good friend, Brian Quinlan and his beautiful wife, EngageMe is shaping up to be Sydney’s corporate world solution to getting more out of its employees. If you feel like your work is lacking some engagement right now, why not check out the website and send it on to your HR department **Shameless Plug!!**
You may also notice I have been working on a “new look” website. It’s still in the making and the photos are placeholders, slowly but surely it’s all coming together.
Hope you are all doing what you love and letting it all flow. Having an awesome 2013 peoples..!
The more time I spend with new clients, the more it becomes obvious that many people feel like they don’t have time to be healthy. I say, “We…
I’ve had a new muffin recipe in the making for a while now. Inspired by chats with my awesome peers at Nature Care College. (Where everybody gets as…
My little blogs have been taking a back seat of late… have you missed them? I’ve missed writing them… I’ve been super-busy with my FINAL year of college….
I recently had a conversation with my 13 year-old niece (Taylor) who confessed, that when she is at school she – “Just doesn’t have time to eat!” WHAT!!?…