Welcome to the final week of Rawganized Kitchen Makeover. Over the past three weeks we have: Detoxed and restocked the cupboards, detoxed and restocked the fridge, and cleared off and sorted the cluttered countertops. Pretty impressive, and if you’ve been following along, then you should be feeling suitably proud. Here in week 4 we’re putting the finishing touches by sorting your kitchen into zones. To be clear, “zones” are different areas of your kitchen that have their own distinctive purpose. Examples include: Juicing zone Smoothie making zone Salad making zone Dehydrating zone General prep zone Plating up zone And so on The great thing about creating zones is that it not only makes things more organised generally, which always feels … Continue reading
I have always been a lover of sparkling drinks and the occasional glass of wine or champagne. As my tolerance of alcohol is pretty much zero, over the years I have found a new and rather more innocent joy in serving all of my drinks – from my morning green juices to my protein smoothies – in a very large wine glass. Continue reading
There’s something very powerful about upgrading your environment, and especially when you do it significantly.
On Tuesday night I drove to Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire, where our 3-day Diamond Retreat was about to take place.
Even just driving in through the gates and along the tree-lined driveway was an experience. Every part of the estate is incredibly well looked after, and you don’t just see it, you literally feel it. Continue reading
Welcome to the Rawganized Kitchen Makeover Week 3 of 4. Last week we detoxed and restocked the fridge, this week it’s time to take a closer look at those often cluttered countertops! What you’ll need: 30-45 minutes of free time to focus completely on the task at hand Your prep notes from the previous weeks about your diet, goals, what foods are no-no’s and which foods can stay Notepad and pen/pencil 5 boxes or bags for sorting things into One sink or bowl of hot soapy water (or your cleanser of choice) with a nice fresh cloth to wash your fridge shelves and drawers with Paper towels or a clean towel for drying off Step 1: Take a look at … Continue reading
This recipe is one of my favourites. It was created when I was craving ice-cream and wanted to create a raw non-dairy version that also would feel light, while also being extremely delicious. And so I decided to experiment with what would happen if I blended frozen fruit and fresh fruit together, and lo and behold, Raspberry Passion Pudding was born. Everybody loves this recipe, and it tastes so dreamy that most people think it has some extra magical ingredient in it. I think the magic must be the passion that comes whent asting this for the first time – but that’s for you to decide. Enjoy! Continue reading
This past week has been a time of great letting go for me, with a huge amount of bin bags being filled, recycling being done, and things going to charity… which always feels REALLY good. I am not a hoarder by any stretch of the imagination, however, anytime I feel as if I am about to go through another transformation, I naturally feel the call to make space for that shift and the new identity to come in. Continue reading
One of the most amazing opportunities you have, as someone who’s into raw and living foods, is to dramatically transform your body, mindset and emotions, and to profoundly increase the connection and sensitivity to your soul. If this speaks to you, if you are ready to find out more about: How to do this Why it works What to do with it And effectively how to become the happiest, most radiant version of yourself, powered by raw and living foods, then this is for you… For over 20 years I have been fascinated by the unquestionable correlation between how much raw food someone eats and what gets to happen to them on their personal and spiritual development journey. I know … Continue reading
Welcome to the Rawganized Kitchen Makeover Week 2. Last week we cleaned out the cupboards, this week it’s time to venture into your fridge! What you’ll need: 30-45 minutes of free time to focus completely on the task at hand Your prep notes from last week about your diet, goals, what foods are no-no’s and which foods can stay Notepad and pen/pencil 4 boxes or bags for sorting things into One sink or bowl of hot soapy water (or your cleanser of choice) with a nice fresh cloth to wash your fridge shelves and drawers with Paper towels or a clean towel for drying off Step 1: Similar to what we did with the cupboards last week, take a clean … Continue reading
This green juice is the one I drink on a daily basis. It is delicious, refreshing and super-healthy. You can’t help but feel so much better for drinking it, even if you’re not used to drinking a lot of greens. Continue reading
This week has been such a diverse week for me – marking Raw Teacher Training video exams, running a business training call on web sites, assisting one of my business groups with reviewing their entire online presence, hosting my final free Raw Coach Training call in my 3-part series, speaking with those interested in being part of the training, speaking with my event planner, adding an additional boxing lesson to my weekly training schedule, getting rid of bags, shoes and clothes that have been hanging around for over a year since I veganised my closet… and there was even a long and intense visit to the dentist in there as I needed a tooth rebuilt, as well as a long Skype meeting with my graphic designer. Continue reading