It’s a new world..


adult_hand_with_baby_hand_webTwo weeks ago tomorrow, my husband and I welcomed our beautiful little boy into the world.

It wasn’t the birth we’d planned but then again what in nature can be planned…

We dreamed of a natural birth. A birth that began when our baby decided it was time. A calm hypnobirth. Drug free. Delayed cord clamping. Natural placenta birth. etc….etc…

Induced at 37 weeks due to low amniotic fluid, we had two days to get our heads around the fact that our entire birth plan was about to go out the window. We both became very fearful. What we believed was in our hands, was now TOTALLY out of our hands! We feared for the cascade of intervention. The high chance of ending up with epidurals, complications and the risk of caesarean. This was not a road we wanted to walk.

Enter stage-right our beautiful Doula Emma Stewart. A few fear release sessions later and her continuous support and unbroken pelvic massage, my husband and I delivered our little boy six and a half hours later, induced with Syntocinon, yet entirely drug free. Against our wishes, our little one had his cord instantly clamped and cut and less than five minutes of skin on skin contact before he was whisked away into neonatal. Soooo totally not the birth we planned for him but the most important thing was that he was out… Safely!!! The rest could not be changed.

So, we began our lives as a family. Where two become three. Where love goes deeper than one could ever imagine.

Our little one is simply perfect.

They say that in centuries gone by and in many traditional cultures still today, a woman is nurtured for six weeks after becoming a mother. She eats warming food that is cooked for her, not by her. Her belly is oiled and bound to help her uterus to contract and return to size. Her every need is fully met. Her only job, to focus on herself and her baby. More often than not, she is bed-rested for six whole weeks!

The modern world we live in has totally eradicated this bonding and recovery time. Mothers are expected to return to life asap after labour… To not do so, shows weakness.

How wrong this thought pattern is….

We have been truly blessed to have had my family cooking, cleaning and shopping for us the last ten days whilst we three bond as a little family. A total godsend! I believe this has been the reason why two weeks later, our home is calm, peaceful, clean and totally functioning. Our hearts are open and filled with love. Our lives are enriched, not stripped away. Our baby sleeps. And our little family is happy and complete.

I can say that placenta encapsulation is worth it’s weight in gold! What our little one missed out on with his umbilical cord being cut within seconds of his birth, he is now benefitting through my body and my breast milk. Not to mention, my risk of postnatal depression has been severely minimised.

My mother sent me today for THE most amazing body scrub and facial at Bodhi Health and Beauty Spa here in Perth. For nearly two hours, I was pampered by Michelle, using my favourite organic and toxic free Sodashi products. My body was scrubbed and detoxed from head to toe and made to feel alive, complete and once again my own. After 10 months of not being able to detox and half of that time not even being able to touch my toes, a layer of skin has been removed from my body, my liver and my soul.

My life is perfect and now my rebirth has begun….




A cosmic Earth

crown-chakra-2If you have the feeling something cosmic is going on this week, then you are totally right!  With the Winter Solstice occuring on Friday here in Australia (the Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere) and tonight’s “supermoon”, Earth’s energy cannot but be affected…

solstice_StonehengeThe Winter Solstice comes only once a year and marks the Earth’s shortest day of the year.  In civilisations gone by, this event marked the beginning of a stronger and brighter sun.  A turning-point for the planet’s cycle.  Friday just gone marked the point when the Earth was tilted away from the sun at its maximum angle all year.  This means that at noon the sun was at its lowest point on the horizon and in the Northern Hemisphere where it was the Summer Solstice, the sun was at its highest point in the sky.

In Neolithic times, the Winter Solstice was a time of celebration.  A time of feasting for the long, cold, un-producing months of winter were coming to an end…

supermoonExpect to see a moon up to 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than the usual full moon tonight.  A Supermoon occurs once every 14 months when the moon’s axis brings it closest to Earth.  Tonight’s moon is a mere 356,990km from earth.  Many claim that a supermoon can bring on earthquakes and seismic activity, although the scientific community do not confirm these claims.  It will however, bring with it extraordinary high tides.

If you wish to believe the claims, you will be interested to read that both the devastating 2004 Indonesian earthquake and resulting Indian Ocean tsunami along with the unimaginable 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami occured within weeks of a supermoon….. Freaky!

Happy Easter

DSC_0203_2451-1Wishing you and your family a truly special Easter break.  For those that celebrate, may you be surrounded by those you love and may you be blessed with new life and new beginnings.

There are always ways to remain earth-friendly during this time.  Why not buy palm oil free Easter Eggs to save the Orangutans (details for Aust/NZ are available on my facebook site), plant a tree for new life, go vegetarian for the day to save a life, make peace with your neighbours for a new beginning and then, make craft with the kids out of all those left-over wrappers before you collapse on the couch with a chocolate hangover!!

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Here’s an oldie but a goodie! ♥

Here comes Peter Cottontail
Hopping down the bunny trail.
Hippity hoppin’,
Easter’s on its way!

Bringing every girl and boy
Baskets full of Easter joy
Things to make your Easter
Bright and gay.

He’s got jelly beans for Tommy,
Colored eggs for sister Sue.
There’s an orchid for your mommy,
And an Easter basket too. Oh!

Here comes Peter Cottontail
Hoppin’ down the bunny trail.
Hippity hoppity
Easter’s on it’s way! 🙂
Here comes Peter Cottontail
Hopping down the bunny trail.
Look at him stop and listen to him say,

“Try to do the things you should.”
Maybe if you’re extra good,
He’ll roll lots of Easter eggs your way.

You’ll wake up on Easter morning
And you’ll know that he was there,
When you find those chocolate bunnies
That he’s hidden everywhere.

Here comes Peter Cottontail
Hopping down the bunny trail.
Hippity hoppity
Happy Easter Day!



Australia Day conjures up sooo many different images in peoples’ minds.

We celebrate it on 26th January.  The date that in 1770, white man, Captain James Cook, first laid eyes on the vast southern land we call home.  Discovered long before by the Portugese, “Terra Australis Incognita” was the unknown great southern land.

To many, the words “White Man” and “Australia Day” bring feelings of hatred and disrespect.  Of stealing a country.  Of a race suppressed.  To me, Australia Day is soooo much more than that.  It is a day of reflection to say thanks to this great land we are so very proud to call home.  Governments, policies, racism, environmental issues aside, this is a land of plenty.  A land of beauty filled with droughts and flooding rains. Of brutal intense fires.  Of stunningly tall gum tree forests. Of vast red deserts.  A land of beautiful desolate beaches.  A land of survival.  To me, today is a celebration of a fertile nation with star-filled skies.  A land with THE most amazing and unique animals on earth.  Of koalas and wombats.  Of platypus.  A land with the most beautiful blue skies you will ever see.  Of sunlight.  Of freedom.  Of choice.  Of hope.  A land were opportunity abounds and where neighbours look out for one another.  Where friendship surrounds and prosperity abounds.

A land of dreams come true.

Yes, the lives changed dramatically for all those who inhabited this beautiful land on that day in 1770.  Unfortunately, history cannot be erased.  But together man can move mountains.  Happy Birthday Australia!  I am sooooo proud to call you home.

As the sun sets tonight, I will give thanks to those that walked these shores for hundreds of years, preserving and believing in our beloved home.  Leaving only footprints. ♥



The love of field and coppice,
Of green and shaded lanes.
Of ordered woods and gardens
Is running in your veins,
Strong love of grey-blue distance
Brown streams and soft dim skies
I know but cannot share it,
My love is otherwise.

I love a sunburnt country,
A land of sweeping plains,
Of ragged mountain ranges,
Of droughts and flooding rains.
I love her far horizons,
I love her jewel-sea,
Her beauty and her terror –
The wide brown land for me!

A stark white ring-barked forest
All tragic to the moon,
The sapphire-misted mountains,
The hot gold hush of noon.
Green tangle of the brushes,
Where lithe lianas coil,
And orchids deck the tree-tops
And ferns the warm dark soil.

Core of my heart, my country!
Her pitiless blue sky,
When sick at heart, around us,
We see the cattle die –
But then the grey clouds gather,
And we can bless again
The drumming of an army,
The steady, soaking rain.

Core of my heart, my country!
Land of the Rainbow Gold,
For flood and fire and famine,
She pays us back threefold –
Over the thirsty paddocks,
Watch, after many days,
The filmy veil of greenness
That thickens as we gaze.

An opal-hearted country,
A wilful, lavish land –
All you who have not loved her,
You will not understand –
Though earth holds many splendours,
Wherever I may die,
I know to what brown country
My homing thoughts will fly.

Dorothea Mackellar

Happy New Year!!


As this new day dawns full of energy and life, the world is full of new beginnings.  Those fireworks signal the start of a new year. The remnants of Christmas very quickly disappear.  Another year down and regular life begins again.

Time to make time.  For you.  For your family.  For your lover.  For your life.  For life itself…

I hope your Christmas break has been truly special and I wish you and your family a wonderfully successful 2013 where dreams really do come true!

So long Christmas…….

The “living” Christmas tree has been beautiful…..  But it seems like a lot of effort for just a few weeks of Christmas cheer.  And what do you do with the (now dying) living Christmas tree?


They are renewable; they absorb carbon dioxide and they create oxygen. So why not recycle?  Right……HOW?

SYDNEY: Every Wednesday between the 29th of Dec and the 19th Jan, the Sydney City Council is offering a free pick up of pine-Christmas trees. Once collected, these trees will be composted.

MELBOURNE: Melbournians check with your local councils.

ADELAIDE: In Adelaide there is no pick-up service but nurseries should accept used trees.

DARWIN: Take your tree down to the Shoal Bay Waste Disposal Site and there the trees will be disposed of correctly.

Unfortunately in CANBERRA, PERTH, HOBART and BRISBANE, there are no recycling programs at this time. Never fear though…

If you need help recycling yourself why not borrow a mulcher off your neighbour and make some compost of your own?  Or if you have a pond or dam?  Tossing in your Christmas tree actually helps the fish by providing shelter and nutrients.

As far as live and artificial Christmas trees compare; the pine trees are much better for the environment…  And by turning your pine tree into compost you are preventing methane from entering the atmosphere.

Next year, I have found an even better idea!  I will be going for an “ECO CHRISTMAS TREE.”  Finally an Aussie company that is renting out real, “living,” potted Christmas trees, 1.8m high, for the same price as a cut pine.  After Christmas they go on to plant your tree in a plantation.  Now THAT is a fabulous idea!

Let’s make 2013 the year of sustainability, health, tree hugging and banning everything toxic in our homes wherever we live. Cheers to the future! x


My Merry Christmas

“Living Green in a Modern World” is not about going without.  It is not about foregoing quality and a modern way of life.  It is about choosing ethically, choosing responsibly, choosing with a conscience and most importantly living consciously through every moment in every second of every minute of every day.  And about being consciously aware of where we all sit in this web of life.  And this universe.

Christmas is a time of mass.  Mass consumerism, mass spending, mass expectation.  For the general population, everything is large!  For me, Christmas is much richer than that.  Christmas is a time to stop and celebrate life. Celebrate love.  Celebrate family.  Celebrate the fine thread of life.

Three years ago my family had a very different Christmas.  A Christmas spent in an Intensive Care ward, watching and waiting for that fine thread of life to choose whether it would hold on or snap.  This Christmas, 2012, is the first Christmas since that my family can and will all come together and celebrate that fine thread and the choice it made three years ago…. It chose “Life.”

I must say I am a tad excited!

Sure…. We buy presents for each other.  We have a big feast.  We stuff ourselves silly and then spend the rest of the afternoon rolling around on the grass trying to rid ourselves of the agony in our bellies.

In my house, we don’t have a different Christmas.  We have a responsible one.

Presents are chosen because they are actually wanted or needed.  They are bought responsibly, from independent quality retailers and small designers.  All Australian.  Beautiful wrapping paper is folded up and reused again.  Ribbon is collected.  Packaging is recycled or goes into our compost.

Our designer menu is selected with seasonal produce in mind.  Fruit and veges are bought through local farmers at our local Farmer’s Market.  Any cut of meat is chosen responsibly and ethically.  It is then bought directly from the farmers who raise the animal responsibly through a free range, organic method that has given THE best life to that animal. The meat is then cherished and respected for what it is.  A life that has been sacrificed for our table.

Off cuts of food feed our compost.  Leftovers are kept.   If not homemade, condiments are bought in jars not plastic.  Herbs and selected veges are picked fresh from our garden.  Food is prepared fresh, not out of a packet.  No food goes to waste.

The table is decorated with flowers from our garden and gorgeous beeswax candles.  Our tablecloth is linen.  Our napkins are linen.  Our crockery ceramic. Cutlery, a mix of stainless steel and silver.  Glassware always glass.  Nothing is landfill here.

Beautiful Christmas carols are downloaded online rather than bought as cds.  The atmosphere is euphoric.  We are comforted knowing that our electricity bill is going towards green power.

Of course, we know that we are lucky to be able to afford these choices.  But then for the small cost, what kind of world would we have if we didn’t?  We all have a choice…

At the end of the day, we will choose to sit outside under a beautiful star lit night.  Under the moon.  And remember our place in this universe.  And give thanks for that thread of life.  For life would not be worth living without it.

Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas.



Gift wrapping…. a la “eco Sare” style

I know we are only days away from Christmas and the vast majority of you have been super organised like always and are well and truly passed the wrapping stage in the lead up to your celebrations.  Then there are those of you that, like me, are running late in their preparations.

I believe I do have an excuse, although my husband thinks it’s only that…. An excuse!  I have been away for work for the last six weeks and I didn’t see him start the preps now did I so there you have it, in my head my excuse is valid.

I have done all my Christmas shopping online this year.  Not good for the carbon miles I know, but I am proud because I know I have bought well from quality independent retailers and small designers.  All Australian.  I can’t tell you what I’ve bought as some of the recipients could be reading….so you’ll just have to close your eyes and imagine.

Now, as my parcels are arriving in dribs and drabs on our doorstep, I am finally able to start gift wrapping!

Now the fun begins!!!

Here are some ideas….

fabric_gift_wrapI could chose to wrap my presents in the Japanese style “Furoshiki.”  Find some beautiful organic fabric, exclusive to each recipient, and totally reuseable…

gift wrap newspaper

What about using newspaper and a gorgeous ribbon?


Or making these gorgeous newspaper rosebuds to decorate your present?

santa sacksWrapping in a santa sack or stocking like these from My Munchkin Home?


One year, I wrapped everybody’s presents in gorgeous reuseable shopping bags from Envirosax.

425697_10151131550405826_1386458818_nOr what about using pages from that old and out of date street directory you found in your bookshelf?  My very old school friend Bronwen has done just that!  These are her presents in the image above…

2126326166_1bbeaa20e1Then there’s beautiful recycled kraft brown paper.  Make sure it’s unwaxed.


There are gorgeous ways to make brown paper shine!


In fact, this image below is how I’ve chosen to decorate mine this year.


Using recycled brown paper that can be composted and some cotton Divine Twine from my own online store, my presents look beautiful and compliment our absolutely exquisite “living” Christmas tree!  Being a part-time greeting card designer, for me, it is all about the card.  I have used stunning tree-free cotton cardstock and have hand stamped my own image.  So personal and sets off the brown paper perfectly I think.

There…..Done…. Now if only the postie can get his deliveries done on time we’ll be laughing!


DIY: Eco decorations for the Christmas tree

Eco Christmas

We are blessed with THE most beautiful real Christmas tree in our home this year.  The smell of pine has filled our home and created such warmth and love.  We are totally feeling the spiritual side of the Christmas season.

It is not easy to make eco conscious choices at Christmas.  A living Christmas tree in a pot is the ultimate gift you can give the earth at Christmas, but only if you have the land available to plant the tree afterwards.  A real Christmas tree, like we have this year, has given to the earth for the past three years by stopping erosion, creating homes in it’s branches for a myriad of insects and by collecting carbon as it grows.  What happens to it’s carbon now that it is cut, I am not sure.  But knowing that it will give back to the earth in it’s sacrifice as mulch at the end of Christmas has to be a plus.

Choosing a living tree is the ultimate for Christmas.

But if you already own a plastic tree do not fear.  Yes…a plastic tree is bad for the environment as it takes carbon, petrochemicals and toxins to create but you can justify keeping your already purchased plastic tree by realising that it will save the sacrifice of many trees in its lifetime.  The truly eco conscious way I can see to justify your plastic tree that you already own, is to make it last for years.  Love it for years.  And when it is finally at it’s end, choose to recycle it consciously.

As for the tree decorations, it is nearly impossible to avoid the mass consumerism and marketing that comes with Christmas decorations.  They surround you wherever you look!

I have come up with some beautiful ideas to decorate your tree in a truly unique and consumerism-free way…


Origami is such a truly beautiful art form.  Why not have your kids make many Japanese cranes or something similar from divine Origami paper.  Join together with string and decorate your tree.  You could even make paper planes!


Or how about reusing the decorations you already own and using ribbon as tinsel to tie the theme of your Christmas together?  Therefore the ribbon is uncut and totally re-useable…

Eco Christmas ribbon decorations

What about hanging gingerbread men, homemade iced circular cookies with a hole in the middle, cinnamon sticks, some cranberries on thread, fresh cherries on their stalks and candy canes on the tree?  You are limited only by your imagination……

My husband and I have used offcuts of ribbon to decorate our tree for many years now.  We tie the ribbon in bows at the end of each branch.  At the end of the Christmas period, we untie, flatten and then place into a box with the stunning Christmas ornaments we have collected over the years ready to be reused next year.

Eco Christmas

We have decided that by purchasing only two absolutely stunning Christmas ornaments each year made of ceramic, glass, timber or metal, we are building a tradition we hope will be passed on through future generations.  Less is more.

Merry Christmas


DIY: Make your own eco Christmas Wreath

I returned home a few days ago from a six week work trip.  Never before have I been soooo excited to get home and start Christmas!

Obviously after arriving home from so long away, there are endless jobs awaiting their catch up…. One of them was my overgrown garden.  After giving my rosemary bush a rather large prune, I was looking at the pile of beautiful cuttings thinking how sad it would be to have to throw all this fresh rosemary away.  That’s when I had a wonderful idea!  Make my very own Christmas Wreath!


Firstly I started bunching the rosemary so it all ran the same way.  I staggered it a little so neither the stems or the tips are aligned.  Once it had reached my desired thickness, I wrapped a fine piece of wire around the bunch.  I secured it by twisting with pliers before tucking the ends into the bunch.  Once this was secured, I adedd more rosemary to one end of the bunch following the original principle or letting neither the stems or the tips align.  I secured it again with more wire about 10 cm along from the first piece of wire.  I continued these steps until my bunch was the required length to form the circle of my wreath.  Then I wrapped it in a circle and secured with my hand.  I tucked the stems and tips into each other to join.  Using some small cutoffs, I added around the outside of the bunch to hide the tucked in stems and tips.  Then I secured the last piece of wire around where I was holding the wreath together.  All that was left to do then was to decorate!

I chose to decorate mine with a simple red and white gingham ribbon.  You could use flowers, holly, pine cones, Christmas ornaments, raffia, hessian or what ever your heart desires.

Other beautiful ideas for a Christmas wreath would be to make it out of lavender, daisies, roses or any fragrant herb you desire.

A beautiful way to enjoy the wonderful scents of your garden whilst celebrating this special Yuletide season…



20% off Keep Cups for a limited time!


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Eco Gift Ideas for Christmas


As Christmas comes around again, so to starts the dilemma of present shopping.  What would Uncle Bob like?  Will Cousin Sandy appreciate her present this year?

Then if you are like me, there are the bigger questions… How can I minimise my impact on the environment this year whilst avoiding consumerism?  By promoting local Australian made?  By giving gifts that keep giving?

Here are some suggestions if you are looking for ideas:

For the ladies:

Queen B Candles

Beautiful Australian made beeswax candles


Using plantation timber and recycled stainless steel, Polli make the most wonderful jewellery right here in Australia!


Beautiful kitchenware and homewares made from completely renewable materials.  Not made in Australia but I adore their totally renewable cork bowls.  Such a feature table piece to talk about!

Madonna Bain

Organic and eco luxurious underwear.  Australian made.

Ecolinen Organic

THE most beautiful bedlinen you could EVER sleep on!!!  They also have a fabulous range of bathroom and baby linen as well as organic pillows and doonas.

Apple and Bee

With THE most gorgeous totes and purses, Apple and Bee is a must!!


Stunning iphone and ipad cases handmade from brass etc in a little shop in Brooklyn NY.  Something your gal will cherish forever!

Solar powered lanterns


Eco yoga mat

Made from TPE (Thermal Plastic Elastomer) foam, these eco yoga mats contain no latex, PVC or rubber and they use no toxic materials in their manufacture.

Handmade linen ballet flats

So beautiful!  Made with cotton canvas and hemp and found on Etsy.


An Australian organic skin care range that has the most fabulously smelling massage oils, body butters and soaps!!


Environmentally friendly make up brushes etc.

Or what about a gift card for a fabulous local masseuse or beauty bar?  Or a specialist eyebrow shaping?  Or a gym membership?  Local dressmaker?  By supporting local you are keeping your money in Australia where it is needed.

For men:

Organic Wine

Why not buy him a beautiful case of Australian made organic wines?

Automatic Solar Powered Mower

Leave it to Husqvarna to come up with it!!

Envirowheels electric bikes

Get him out and about without sweat!  Great for the commute to work!

Bamboo MacBook Case


Holloway Sunglasses

Stunning sunglasses made in Brisbane out of recycled skateboard decks.

Keep Cup reusable take away coffee cup

An Australian made reusable take away coffee cup for his coffee on the run.  BPA free.  And you can even design your very own design on the website!

Bokashi Bucket

Australian made composting bucket that works right in your kitchen.  Reduce your landfill whilst improving the soil in your garden.


Not eco but seriously cool and they ARE Australian made and donate to Sea Shepherd, Greenpeace, Surfers for Cetaceans and My Life.  This November they are donating to Movember – supporting prostate cancer and male mental illness.

Adrenalin Gift Vouchers

They may not all be eco friendly but at least you are supporting Australian businesses whilst feeding your man’s need for speed!

For the kids:

Avoiding Chinese made and by giving a gift that keeps giving and teaches your kids along the way…

Skipping Pebbles

An Australian small business bringing back the games of elastics, hopscotch and skipping ropes.


THE most divine organic sleepwear and pjs for kids!!

Eco Toys

A treasure trove of eco toys, gorgeous teddybears and eco versions of the good ol’ favourite toys we had growing up including a gorgeous eco bug catcher that will last generations!

Balloon Balls

Imagine a ball that the kids can use inside!!

My Munchkin Home Santa Sacks

Not eco made but OMG!!  The cutest and totally reusable Santa Sack for generations to come!


Have you met Miss Jones

Made from ceramics in the Phillipines, these decorations are THE most divine things you will ever have hanging on your Christmas tree.  These will become hand me downs!

And if all those ideas are still not right for your special one or many, there are some amazing charities that you can choose to donate to this Christmas both in Australia and abroad.  You can adopt an orangutan, save a koala, buy a goat to feed a village, etc..etc.. You can even volunteer to help others on Christmas day.  Just google and you will find!

Now THAT truly is the gift that keeps giving!!

Happy Christmas Eco Shopping!!


50% off Evohe skincare


There is a fabulous Gold Coast Company making their mark on the eco conscience beauty industry.  Conceived in the hills of Northern New South Wales after selling a motorbike to fund the business, EVOHE has grown rapidly into a “luxury” skincare company with highly enriching products that are vegan, ethically sustainable, free from animal testing, organic in part and palm oil free.  Their products are amazing!

They are offering us as first time EVOHE customers the opportunity to receive 50% off their trial pack. You just need to email  Mention “Living Green in a Modern World” and ask for the special “secret” code 🙂

Their trial pack contains a cleanser, moisturiser, mist spray and a fabulous product called 3.6.9 Omega – a serum rich in arctic cloudberry, goji and borage oils designed to give your skin an anti aging punch!!  The trial pack is great for traveling and will last three or more weeks!  What a fabulous special offer.  Just in time for Christmas too!!

This offer is only valid to readers of this blog.  How special are we!!!!


Have yourself a Merry Ethical Christmas


Christmas is fast approaching.  It is such a wonderful time of year filled with magic, laughter, family, friendships and ultimately love.  I am a meat eater.  I am not proud of it but I am very conscious of the choices I make at the counter.  I buy ethical meat from ethical farms that I know have happy, healthy, organic animals that have lived their lives without stress and with plenty of grass and sunshine.  I believe you can taste this “happy” meat.  And therefore the enzymes, vitamins and protein in this meat is much more alive, healthier and packed full of goodness.  Would you believe the fat on grass fed lamb is actually beneficial to our health??

Our bodies are what we eat.
When it comes to Christmas, the only food I serve at my table is healthy, happy food.  Loads of organic vegetables and salads.  Loads of sunshine grown, non gmo, organic fruits.  Loads of antioxidants and vitamins.  Happy Christmas food.  Of course for many, Christmas is not Christmas without the turkey and the ham.

Here are some wonderful producers in S.E. Queensland/ Northern New South Wales that I know first hand who bring ethically raised food to the table.  You will have NEVER tasted meat quite like it!!

Sunforest Organic Turkeys

Bendele Farms

Pasture Perfect Pork

This year, as we are now in Perth, I am soon to start researching my choices for this up-coming Christmas.  I will keep you posted with what I discover.

While you are considering an ethical Christmas of your own, why not boycott gifts made in China for those locally made or sustainably sourced.  Our planet will thank you.  What better gift could you give your children?