Angela Liddon is the creative genius behind Oh She Glows ohsheglows.com, one of our all-time favourite food blogs. A self-trained chef and food photographer (or should that be food pornographer?), Angela is a master of plant-based cooking. She has also now added cookbook author to her list of accomplishments, with The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Vegan Recipes to Glow From The Inside Out. Although it was only just released in March, Angela’s delectable cookbook has already achieved best-seller status. Let’s get to know Angela!Read More
This is the final post in a four-part blog series written by one of my favourite spiritual teachers, Anita Moorjani. Anita is the author of the book Dying To Be Me, and her story and words have the power to transform in ways you’ll never expect. I hope you enjoy the series!
Guest post by Anita Moorjani
Food is very important to our health. I definitely don’t want to undermine the part that diet plays in our lives. But it’s also important not to be obsessive about what you eat. Let me take you back to the time before I had cancer. Before I got cancer I was absolutely obsessive about my health. I was the person who ate vegan food and would read all the labels. I insisted on organic and only ate non-GMO foods. I didn’t want to microwave my food or drink out of plastic bottles. I took wheatgrass shots. In terms of my diet, I was doing all the right things.Read More
After my mum passed away, I had no idea how to function in the real world again. I’d never had to exist without her before, so doing so seemed impossible. One of the people who helped me with my grieving process was Carren Smith. Carren is my public speaking coach, but she’s also an expert on dealing with grief.Read More
At the beginning of this month, I spent three days being led through a past life regression workshop by the incredible Dr Brian Weiss. After reading almost all of his books, I was eager to just be in the presence of this amazing man. To soak up even more of the wisdom that soothed my soul following one of the most difficult times in my life.Read More
If you’re a reality TV fan (like a few of us here at The Wellness Warrior HQ!) you might remember Dan Churchill as the personal trainer from Masterchef Australia last year. Since the show, Dan has gone on to release two cookbooks, Dude Food and The Healthy Cook and establish his own food blog (www.danielchurchill.com.au) where he shares deliciously clean, wholefood recipes.Read More
This is the third post in a four-part blog series written by one of my favourite spiritual teachers, Anita Moorjani. Anita is the author of the book Dying To Be Me, and her story and words have the power to transform in ways you’ll never expect. I hope you enjoy the series!
Guest post by Anita Moorjani.
A lot of people think that by focusing on what brings us joy we’re simply avoiding all the big issues like pollution or starvation. However, my response to that is by worrying about all these huge problems in the world how are we helping? When you look at it that way you can see there’s really no point.Read More
I’m super pumped to share this week’s Wellness Warrior TV interview with you. Gabby Bernstein is one of my favourite authors, speakers and spiritual teachers. She is a New York Times best-selling author, who has just released her fourth book, Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow and Finding Your True Purpose. Gabby is also one of the most genuinely lovely people I’ve ever had the pleasure of connecting with.Read More
Over the last few months, I’ve experienced some massive shifts. The biggest one has been detachment. I’m less focused on rules and regimes and more about opting in to the best life possible by releasing attachment to anything that was restricting me from doing so. I’m not reverting back to being irresponsible and treating my body like a trashcan, but I’m learning more and more about the importance of looking after ourselves while having the best time ever. Not sacrificing one for the other.Read More
This week we’re treating you to an awesome foodie sister act. Brooke Toholka and Sally Barnes the (literally) yummy mummies behind Organic Sisters, organicsisters.com.au, a beautiful food blog that inspires readers to get creative in the kitchen and nourish themselves, and their families, with wholefoods. Let’s meet these talented siblings!Read More
This is the second post in a four-part blog series written by one of my favourite spiritual teachers, Anita Moorjani. Anita is the author of the book Dying To Be Me, and her story and words have the power to transform in ways you’ll never expect. I hope you enjoy the series!
Guest post by Anita Moorjani.
When I was dealing with cancer I came across a lot of healers. In my mind it’s very clear as to what distinguishes a great healer from a good healer. A great healer empowers you. A not-so-great healer disempowers you. What I mean by that is that for a healer to really be great, they must empower you to realise that the power of healing is within you. A great healer should help you understand that you have you have the power and ability to heal. They are just a channel, a bridge to take you from where you are to where you want to be. But the healing is yours.Read More