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Trippen: for modern adventures

As summer draws to a sleepy close and Autumn feelings start to fill the still-warm city air, where many moons ago I would have felt excited by new season trends and directions, instead I find myself exhausted by our culture’s   constant drive to make us consume, purchase, overhaul and […]

Gluten-free courgette bread

Image: Rahel Weiss, The Naturalista – nourishing recipes to live well This easy and indispensable gluten-free courgette bread is one of the most popular and widely loved recipes from from my book. I wrote it under Everyday Essentials, and since my blog was conceived with the idea of creating exactly that, it seems time I […]

Raw lucuma banoffee pies

I love banoffee pie with a lifelong devotion and I know I’m not the only one. Being pregnant seemed to magnify this adoration and one of my main early cravings was for something sumptuously rich and creamy, with some saltiness, some sweetness and two of my favourite flavours of the moment thrown […]

The first trimester: letting go of what no longer serves

It is with a wide open heart that, now in my fourteenth week of my first pregnancy, I begin a new section on the blog dedicated to honest explorations of pregnancy and motherhood in all their mysterious magic – and all their many challenges. After three months of internal inquiry and […]

Goddess Dairy #5: Stoke your feminine essence

Hailing from the golden shores of Australia and now putting down roots in London, Jessie Atkinson is the vibrant soul and spirit behind Network Gratitude East London, and we recently connected in our neck of the woods over a whole ocean of mutual friends, interests, hopes, dreams and desires; her work for […]

Easy Moroccan fish and potato stew

  Ben and I are die hard Bill Granger fans and when, last week, I had a hankering for a warm, protein-rich fish stew, he was our go-to inspiration – the perfect master for something clean, easy and packed with layers of fragrant spice and comforting, grounding flavours. Because sometimes the body gives such […]

Maha Rose: Brooklyn’s healing haven

A few weeks ago we headed to New York to celebrate the wedding of two great friends. Before we ventured out to the summertime haven of Long Island for the ceremony, we spent some time in Manhattan and Brooklyn. It was here on Green St that I met Lisa Levine from […]

Salty sweet maple, coconut and cranberry bars

I don’t use maple syrup often but when you need a salty-sweet hit to fulfil your wildest food fantasies, it always becomes a faithful unrefined ally. I sometimes have dreams of one day travelling to an endless maple forest and tasting it fresh from the tree… intoxicated by the fresh Canadian air […]

Dance of the Divine Feminine workshop, July 10th

  On Sunday July 10th, I will be co-creating an afternoon of divine feminine exploration with my friend and fellow guide Chloe Kerman. Focusing on our innate sacred womanhood, the female-focused workshop will empower and nourish us as we feed our femininity, share sister wisdom and renew our sexual power; all through loving, […]