The infamous F**king Fine
Made one day when i was tired of the weak honey and lemon recipes and wanted a hairs on your chest feel better quick mix.
Also - i don’t just drink when I’m sick, i use it as preventative medicine innit! And good for those times when you’re supposed to go or be somewhere but you haven’t quite got yourself in gear yet. *makes roaring sound less Eartha Kitt more creature-like*
- grated ginger (start with 1tsp and increase as you like!)
- 1 tsp ground turmeric
- 1tsp honey
- juice from a lemon/some lemons
- sprinkle of black pepper
- warm water
(adjust amounts to taste!)
Cultivate confidence to bloom in your own way with these spring workshops! A journey of different styles of yoga, movement, meditation, breathwork and creativity at Herosalen in Bergen.
Cultivate confidence to bloom in your own way with these spring workshops! A journey of different styles of yoga, movement, meditation, breathwork and creativity at Leela Yoga in Oslo.
I struggled so much with the weather when living in Norway. It owned me on every level. Thankfully some amazing Norwegians taught me some of the best lessons in how to survive winter. Here´s my top 10 tips!
Feeling low and stuck in a hole? Bummer! Winter blues are more common than we think. So many of us experience overwhelming feelings during this time, or the well observed fatigue and illness that go hand in hand with excess and Xmas shenanigans. Here are some offerings for ways to feel better (especially if you can't fly south for the winter!)
In no way do I consider myself a doctor. But i've experienced a hell of a lot of insomnia in my lifetime. I know i'm not alone, and am frequently asked about ways to manage it, especially at this time of year, so I thought I would put together some suggestions of ways to banish that beast.
For all of it, we have to start somewhere.
I don't have any problems with self-improvement. What I take issue with, is the need to mask any unsightly parts of ourselves in favour of sellotaping on a “better” person. The idea that one might earnestly gulp down a magic tonic with enthusiastic but unrealistic expectations, hoping it will conveniently discard anything unsavoury.
Hate backbends? No worry babes!
Heavens of healing sweetness!
I’m reflecting on valuable lessons Norway has taught me about slowing down.