This powerful poem by mental health facilitator Jessica Sonnenberg was written in celebration of International Women’s Day 2021, and is a celebration of the journey we’re coming on as a culture.
You could read this book, or you could cheat and listen to it on Audible. Narrated by the author, the calmly spoken Dr Norman Swan, So You Think You Know What’s Good For You examines all facets of health; myth busting and shedding light on the areas that still need research. One takeaway is the importance of an active lifestyles, so listening on-the-go rather than sitting down to read really fits with the book’s pro-activity premise.
In a fairytale world, every household item would be made with the meticulous, beautiful, compassionate, creative care that comes as standard for Koala Eco. Started by two parents on a mission to limit the toxins their family came into contact with, Koala Eco make powerful, plant based products with Australian essential oils, and package them in impossibly beautiful refillable bottles. With their tasteful, botanical-inspired aesthetic a signature appeal of their brand, Koala Eco’s Instagram is a haven of plant-centric images alongside pics of their bottles in appropriately beautiful settings.
This Aussie owned company is making at-home composting easy and, somehow, pretty f*ing chic. Their latest product – a compact, cube worm farm – is designed to fit in your kitchen or on your balcony, and is made in Australia from 100% recycled plastic.
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