weekly links

Weekly Links // No.6

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>> So excited for this event in London next month!

>> Currently reading this book about money and it’s really impacting my relationship with money

>> This has been slowly brewing in our kitchen for the last few weeks and we can’t wait to use it

>>How incredible are these fungi photos by Jil Bliss?

>> This is a must listen podcast for women

>>Also, found this podcast on loss and grief really moving

>> Been enjoying this album

>> Wisdom from Eckhart tolle


Photography by Jil Bliss


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Weekly Links // No.5

A few things we’ve been enjoying recently …

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>> We both loved this 2-part talk by Tara Brach (which is also available as a podcast).Tara is one of our favourite teachers and we love her way of looking at the world. So calming to listen to before bed.

>> I (Gabby) bought this beautiful herbal book a couple of years ago and recently re-discovered it on my shelf. It’s without doubt the most beautiful book I own and is an incredible introduction to intuition and connecting with plants.

>> Enjoying the recent women’s health series on the Superfeast Podcast - so much wisdom and information about hormones, female cycles and pregnancy. Particularly love the episodes with Susan Weed and Dr Jolene Brighten.

>> This blogpost on our role as Earth healers.

>> Loving this song from Nick Mulvey.

>> Joe’s sister Kizzie illustrated this amazing ethical fashion Map of Brighton in collaboration with Revival Collective. Go download the map and have a look!

>> We made an enormous batch of sauerkraut last month (including a few new flavours) and have been enjoying it with pretty much every meal. Our tummies are happy!

>> Being called to work with the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra at the moment. This article goes into it’s roots and meaning.

Illustrations by Katie Scott


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Happy New Year // Weekly Links No.4

Happy New Year to all our readers and community! Wishing you a 2019 full of beauty, joy and truth. Tonight we fly to Guatemala for two months of lakes, volcanoes, jungle and lots of cacao. After a year of so many lessons and obstacles, we are welcoming the new year with open arms and feel so ready for a change of scenery and lots of nature. We leave you with some recent thoughts and favourites…

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-Currently reading this book and although I’m only a few pages in I’m already fascinated!

-Playing this on repeat while we pack!

- This is my favourite blog series on the whole internet. I love the questions and all the women they interview!

- This herbal scrub looks so beautiful and seems so fitting for a time of new starts and transformations. If we lived in the US I would be ordering one!

- This past year I (Gabriella) have really been focusing on authenticity and releasing so many layers of conditioning I’ve been carrying for years. It has been a huge journey to step more into my truth and be open to vulnerability. The Free and Native REPARENT workshop was so helpful for this work.

** photos via collated works & Tumblr *


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Weekly Links // No.3

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>> Been enjoying lots of Dandelion Root ‘coffee’ with liquorice this week. Right now we use this brand but we also have a guide how to make it here.

>> Been adding this JING powder to our cacao drinks this week and we’re really loving both the flavour and benefits. This is the first Superfeast product we’ve tried and I’m so impressed with the quality.

>>Inspired by this Ram Dass quote.

>> Loved this mushroom meal plan trio. All 3 recipes look so delicious!

>> This article about reclaiming indigenous European roots.

>> After all of the wildfires in California recently, this podcast episode is so informative and interesting - uncovering the myths surrounding wildfires and its links to global warming.

>> Is Santa based on a mushroom? Read about it here

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