The Great Wall – and not of China or any other country
Built over many cycles of time, not in a faraway land but right here. Ready to be taken down – whenever we are.
If you love crab, you’ll love these little tasty and light patties. The lime and lemongrass bring a freshness and a zing that will tickle your tastebuds, nourish your body and have your friends asking for the recipe.
What’s in a cycle; the power of a woman’s body
What is it about the woman’s menstrual cycle that has made it a sensitive or even taboo topic of conversation for centuries? Could it be there is much more to this cycle than we care to know?
What are we taking off and where from – when we take time off?
Have you ever taken time off to rest, or recover, or deal with life’s stresses? If so, did you find that whatever you did on those days helped you feel rejuvenated and ready to go?
Just the way I am
Have you ever considered that your personality traits and behaviours may not be who you actually are? Is all that we have accepted as us ‘normal’ or is there a whole other fullness and richness to life.
Co-dependency aka ‘Pretzelling’ or the compulsion to comply
Watch this entertaining video on co-dependent relationship problems
Green papaya kelp noodle salad
This super delicious recipe with exotic flavours is one that will get the table talking. The tang, crunch and spices will be savoured in every mouthful.
Is your yoga practice leaving you empty?
How is it that we can keep our body active in a yoga practice yet find our focus drawn to ‘what is wrong’ rather than enjoy a nurturing enrichment from our movements?
The perfectionism monster
The common depiction of a woman is someone who can meet the wants and needs of everyone around her with perfection. But do such superwomen actually exist – or are we missing a key part of what makes up the whole woman?
The simplicity of true intimacy
Is intimacy something that is confined to the bedroom? Or can true intimacy include much more than this? Every day offers an opportunity to connect with people all around us. Intimate moments are something we can share with many people.
Your body is your retirement plan
We need to have our finances in order before we stop working, yes, but is it about how much money is in the bank, or is there another ‘bank’ we need to be filling up?
Does life really have to be so complex?
OMG… I got it wrong again!
Imagine if Fleming, the person who discovered penicillin, had thrown out his mouldy petri dish, thinking he had done his experiment wrong!
Dreams of Pad Thai
Are you fantasising about lunch at 10am? There might be more to it than you realise!
Discover the joy of being a student of yourself
Our Audio of the Month for December 2023 presents why The Livingness is the greatest gift you can give to yourself, what this means and why it is so important.
Crispy seabass on a bed of butternut squash and cavolo nero
A brilliant recipe to share … have fun with the presentation, releasing your inner chef with some stacking and layering.
Banana, chia seed and nut smoothie
A sweet and creamy nourishing smoothie that will light up any breakfast, brunch or lunch.
Cucumber canapé boats
Super fun, versatile recipe for fresh tasting finger food that will make everyone smile from the inside out.
Broccoli pizza base
This is an unusual, surprisingly light and tasty pizza base; using a variety of healthy ingredients, this crispy edged base can be served straight from the oven with toppings of your choice. A fun, inventive way to introduce vegetables to children.
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Life can be our medicine
Watch this short video about how we can support our mental health by learning to care for ourselves and choosing a healthy lifestyle.
A classic, simple and adaptable tapenade with a zing of lemon and pepper that will bring a little ray of sunshine to raw vegetables or fish.
Rightsville is no place we wanna be
Being stuck in who’s ‘right and wrong’ in our relationships is a cold painful way to live and let’s be honest, not the life we really want to be living. We all want warm, cooperative, truthful, loving relationships: let’s look at a way out of those stuck positions and express more with more love.
A personal account of addictions
Deborah McBride shares how she healed her drug and alcohol addiction. Why is that we reach out for something outside of us to dull ourselves from what life brings and we think we cannot cope with: why are alcohol and drugs such an enticing option and how do we kick addiction to the kerb?