The Love List – March
March has been such a crazy, busy but also enlightening month for me!
Here are some things that I loved this month.
♥ La Mav BB Creme. Oh so lovely! I was lucky enough to test out Australia’s first organic BB creme this month. I am a bit slow to discover BB creme I know, but I would not be without it now. It’s a great alternative to foundation – it’s very light, it has a natural sunscreen and it really does correct imperfections nicely. It gives a much better coverage than another natural BB creme I tried last month. It’s great for people who don’t like wearing make up as it just feels like moisturizer. BB convert here! Get it online here.
♥ Gingerbiotics! The new raw healthy bar from Nutra Organics was released this month. Actually, this is one that my family loves – the whole box was gone in a couple of days!! I am not really a ginger fan, but if you love ginger, you are going to love this! There are the health benefits of ginger, turmeric and cinnamon combined with fibre rich coconut, fermented probiotics and organic cacao. As with all the bars, the Gingerbiotic bar is also gluten, soy, corn and egg free with no added nuts and shelf stable fermented probiotics. Good for settling upset travelling tummies too.
♥ Alexx Stuart wrote a fabulous blog post about fermenting vegetables. This is your comprehensive guide to why and how and also my next project! She was also kind enough to chat about Bone Broth on my Facebook page this month.
♥ This book by Caroline Myss – Anatomy of the Spirit had me captivated. My whole world has shifted! Caroline is a medical intuitive and through her work has set out a unique program designed to promote physical, emotional and spiritual healing. The notion that we are responsible for our own health and healing through discovering our spiritual and emotional stresses is not new, but the way Caroline presents it, is easy to apply. A life changing book for me!
“Biography becomes biology”
♥ Kat at The Organised Housewife made a phone recharge station out of a bread box! Very cool and if you can find yourself an old breadbox, it’s a brilliant upcycle.
♥ Hank Organic Teas. This is the latest project from the lovely Sarah at Nutritional Bliss. She has sourced brilliant quality organic teas from all over the world to bring you four special blends – Energise, Cleanse, Refresh and Chill Out. Cutely packaged in eco-recyled bags, Sarah has free postage on all the teas. You can also join in the 30 day Tea Tox!
♥ Classica Cast Iron Dutch Oven. I have been lusting after a cast iron casserole dish for so long. This one is only $85.00 down from $349.95. When I asked on Facebook, the feedback about this brand was good. I am going to do it. Just in time for winter and all those lovely slow braises.
♥ Cyndi at Changing Habits has a special “Sweet and Savoury Pack” – 500g of seaweed salt and 500g of rapadura sugar for only $17.
♥ Kim at Twenty 8 is clearing some stock and has a huge 50% off selected essential oils.
♥ Today is your last day to get Gluten Free – Real Food Recipes for Kids cookbook by Tracey Black for over 50% off. Use the code SPRING at this link.
♥ It’s also your last chance to get 20% off the yummy Heliala Vanilla Bean Paste over at Crio Bru. Use the code VBP20 at this link.
♥ Until the 30th of April, you can get 15% off your first Who Gives a Crap toilet paper subscription! Use the code, NNAM.
I am so excited for April – it’s Supermarket Free Month, Quirky Cooking’s new book is released and I am teaming up with two other gorgeous NNAM’s to bring you a humungous giveaway! I also have lots of Mother’s Day, Easter and chocolate blog posts coming up.
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Tell me, what did you love this month? Leave us some links!