What do we learn about life and longevity from our family members? This is a deep and meaningful issue that many people don’t ever really ask themselves? If you consider for a moment what you’ve learnt from your parents, grandparents, sibglings and so on, how much of what you have learn’t do you apply to… Continue reading 100NO 501: 3 Longevity Lessons from our family
Learn how to make a delicious lamb, leek, lentil and lemon soup, and get some tips for starting on your gut-healing journey! Elyse Comerford, nutritionist and GAPS practitioner, joins me on the show to talk about healing the gut without getting bogged down by stress and overwhelm. We also give an overview of our gut… Continue reading QCC 161: Lamb, Leek, Lentil, Lemon Soup + Gut Health Q&A
Every day I receive many questions via emails, messages and comments. Sometimes the questions relate to food and healthy eating, sometimes family and homeschooling, sometimes business and personal development. Each week I’ll be choosing a few of these questions to answer in a video/podcast, and I’ll share further resources, recipes, tips and links as well… Continue reading QCC 160: Getting the Family on Board with Healthy Eating
This episode is everything you need to create a nourishing bubble around yourself that carries you through what can be an intense festive period! We talk becoming aware of the stories you carry and the values you project on others as well as how you might be using your current conflict as armour….and of course the quality… Continue reading NTM 286: Are you ready for inlaws and family at Christmas?
This Week In Wellness I have officially launched pre-sales of my new book Rock Bottom. Whether you feel like you are at Rock Bottom, on your way there or on your way back this book has some timeless, practical advice to help you smooth out the journey. Bouncing back from Rock Bottom need not always… Continue reading TWIW 79: Bouncing back from Rock Bottom
If you’re like Damo and Marcus, you may have had parents feed you what we know to be a pretty poor diet (that doesn’t mean they didn’t love you, by the way). And, they may not have taught you financial wisdom (that also doesn’t mean they didn’t love you). They may not be great role… Continue reading 100NO 390: What if they were wrong?
Beginning on a health journey can be overwhelming. As expenses mount up, so do stress levels! Listen in as I share some of my tips for reducing the money stress while you are working towards a healthier diet and lifestyle and trying to heal your family. I also demonstrate how I make a simple, inexpensive,… Continue reading QCC 159: ‘Toad in the Hole’ + How to Save Money on Your Health Journey
Join Jo and Fouad for a lighthearted chat about food, family, and life during lockdown! They discuss ‘quarantine cuisine’, what they’re cooking, how they’re coping, and ways they are finding the positives in the current situation. Jo and Fouad answer readers questions about: how to make do with what you’ve got in the fridge, freezer… Continue reading AQJ 155: Quarantine Cuisine, with Jo and Fouad
Lucie McCullough, international interior designer and building biologist, aims to show the world that it IS possible to have beautifully designed homes that are also healthy sanctuaries from the world! In part 2 of “Designing a Healthy Home,” Lucie discusses questions that arise when we consider the bombardment of toxins in our homes and the… Continue reading AQJ 153: Designing a Healthy Home, with Building Biologist & Interior Designer Lucie McCullough – Part 2
In the next two episodes of A Quirky Journey, Jo Whitton and Elyse Comerford interview Lucie McCullough, a successful, international interior designer who ‘developed an environmental and health conscience’ and altered her career to become a building biologist specialising in creating beautiful homes that are sanctuaries from the world. Her ideal of ‘living in nature,… Continue reading AQJ 152: Designing a Healthy Home, with Building Biologist & Interior Designer Lucie McCullough – Part 1