After a couple of months spent travelling on and off, it’s delightful to focus my energy on work. The morning the sun pours through the large front window, making this once milk bar – now clinic, my favourite room in the house. Other than consultations with clients in person and online, I’m brewing up some interesting new projects.
Though the travel hasn’t quite ended yet, as I will be in Melbourne seeing clients for two days in early September. I have a couple of consultations left on Wednesday 6 September, if you’d like a face to face consultation in the CBD. I have time for new clients, as well as those who used to work with me at City Natural Therapies. But as these sessions tend to book out fast, please get in touch now so you don’t miss out.
Hopefully Melbourne won’t be in the midst of an epidemic when I visit. In Sydney, an elderly in-law was recently hospitalised with influenza and even some of my healthiest colleagues have succumbed to either flu or gastro. Can you prevent getting the flu and other communicable diseases? It turns out that two of the most effective prevention strategies are deceptively simple.
It’s daunting to confront mortality and consciously farewell someone you care about, so how do you say goodbye to someone you love or care about? A question from a friend, prompted me to write this article for Dying to Know Day.
The recipe of the month is handy condiment that can add zing to even the simplest meal. I’ve been sprinkling gomashio on everything I eat. It’s very easy to put together and makes a worthy addition to your pantry.
My neighbourhood special ends on the 31st of August and there are only a couple of sessions left. If you’d like to see me in my Sydney clinic, check out my flu season promo.
I came across a company selling natural toilet cleaning ‘bombs’ online. This is an ingenious variation on bath bombs.
To make your own natural toilet cleaner, start with this recipes and stir in some essential oils to increase the antibactermicrobial action. You don’t need much, about 20 -30 drops, per cup of bicarb soda. Tea tree, eucalyptus or thyme will do the job without breaking the bank. A bit of lavender also adds a nice fragrance.