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A Winter Skincare Regime For A Natural, Healthy Glow

I think skin health is important to all women. I know it is extremely important to me. That’s why I do my best to achieve glowing skin from the inside out on a daily basis. Just like we focus on keeping our bodies fit and healthy, we also need to focus on keeping our skin balanced and radiant. 

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The Story Of A Man Passionate About Making Tea

Recently I discovered a special brand of organic tea made in Japan called Nodoka that caught my attention for many reasons. I had the honor of connecting with founder Suil to discuss the product he is proudly making and trying to share with the rest of the world. 

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A Cleansing & Beautifying Fall Salad

 While I like to enjoy slow cooked, grounding meals during the evening, I can’t seem to break the habit of having a big hearty salad for lunch. Therefore, I wanted to share with you my favorite fall / winter salad recipe using vegetables and fruits that are totally in their prime. 

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Yosemite – A Modern + Wholesome Guide: Off The Grid

My husband Chris, my 4 month old puppy Bailey and I all had the best time in Yosemite recently so I wanted to share with you exactly how we enjoyed our trip away from it all...  

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My Interview With Australian Organic Awareness Month Supporter Belinda Hughes

Tell us about the importance of Certified Organic skincare? 
Certified Organic skincare is so important because the skin needs nourishment just as much as the rest of our body. As the body’s largest organ, the skin protects us and absorbs what we put onto it. If the product is not certified then we are still taking in toxins from traditional farming methods and pesticides. To have a truly pure product, it must be certified organic.

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The Importance Of Choosing Certified Organic

As a Certified Health Coach and proud ambassador for Australian Organic, people turn to me for guidance and support around improving their nutrition and wellbeing. Sometimes they come with misconceptions about organic food. “Oh it’s so expensive and I hear that there is no difference between the nutrient levels in organic food versus conventional food” I often hear them say, or “It says ‘organic’ so it must be totally organic right?” Well, I want to explain to you why eating certified organic is so important for your own health, the wellbeing of your family, and the sustainability of the planet.

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