Spring cleaning that creates inner space (and calm)

Melbourne’s weather is hinting spring. And, indeed, it has sprung. With it, I’m getting the urge to clean and declutter. Not in the typical sense, but, rather, the things we cannot see or touch, and that unconsciously become a part of us. Like negative thought patterns, and the digital stuff that takes up more of… Continue reading Spring cleaning that creates inner space (and calm)

What are you really giving up for the sake of convenience?

Recently, on Masterchef Australia, one of the contestants was competing against a professional chef for the elusive immunity pin. The core ingredient was cheese, so she decided to make a twice-baked soufflé.  Of course, she would need to whip up egg-whites for her dish. And upon doing so, she said something like this: I know… Continue reading What are you really giving up for the sake of convenience?

Intermittent Fasting: 7 things I discovered about hunger

The more you eat, the less flavour; the less you eat, the more flavour. ~ Chinese proverb I never thought I would try something such as Intermittent Fasting {IF}. I first heard about it from my brother-in-law, then a client mentioned it to me, and then I read Kate Langbroek’s article in the paper. So, after… Continue reading Intermittent Fasting: 7 things I discovered about hunger