Combination of pancetta, roasted figs and Bly cheese on dark rye bread is Pe quick way to entertain your friends and family and fill them up with perfect deliciousness but simple ingredients.
Using pranayama to balance or open your Root chakra is very popular and most definitely super effective. It only takes about five minutes total and pretty much can be done anywhere. Obviously some of then can be more physical than others could be slightly given few looks in public place but done it in homeContinue reading “Opening and balancing your root chakra with pranayama”
Quick and easy, vegan friendly lunch idea. Perfect for easy brunch what us healthy, spicy and filling.
Four things to look out this winter to do, to watch, to read, to learn of.. these are my September monthly obsessions I take into October.
Filling and tasty, easy to make and full of all the goodness breakfast. You don’t need to be master chef to make an perfect omelet, but honey – if you can make an omelet, you can cook anything!
The new hidden play place for kids and grown up in Saaremaa. Take time out and explore together new things all under one clean and spacious environment with good food and tons of fun to do.
Sweet and salty vegan friendly fig tapenade recipe. Tasty and easy to make: perfect for lunch or evening tapas.
This is super simple, takes about 3 minutes to do and Frills you up. Also add as your fiber and fruits of the day. And if you like to add the optional whey or Wigan protein powder, you are topping up your protein power as well. I drink it mostly as my first breakfast beforeContinue reading “Quick pre workout 3-4 ingredient breakfast smoothie”
Review of the Tao of the sexism
Massage book. Not only for couples but healthy guide also for therapist.
What a funny week it has been.. I have had a time to really digest of last week and weekends events, root deeper within my root chakra and bring up some deeper understanding of what I am feeling and why. As I was doing my own work, I got help from friend with reiki treatment,Continue reading “Sunday thought: sociaty of anxiety”