Track your moods throughout the month to learn more about yourself and achieve better health. My free printable mood tracker for the Bullet Journal is a fun way to keep track of your moods. As you colour-in your tracker you will recognise patterns in your moods, and learn about the positive and negative influencers that trigger a particular mood. Today I’m sharing my free printable mood tracker along with tips for how to use the tracker, and the benefits of tracking your moods in the Bullet journal.
Are you constantly rushed, anxious and overwhelmed, wishing for a simpler, slower life? If you answered yes then you need to read this book. Brief and to the point, Destination Simple can be read in one sitting, so there’s no excuses, even for the busiest of people! Plus the exercises outlined in Destination Simple are easy to integrate into daily life, creating a calmer and happier you.
Preparing food for kids that they actually want to eat is often a challenge. Making sure it’s healthy food is even trickier! I’m on the lookout for ways to reduce the amount of sugar (fructose) my kids eat. This sugar free Pikelets recipe is a healthier alternative to a family favourite. Really easy, and quick to make, Pikelets can be served up for brunch, afternoon tea, or as a yummy lunchbox snack.
Incorporating juicing into your diet is a great way to look after your health and wellbeing. Juices and smoothies are easy, quick to make and great for people short on time. Green juice recipes, in particular, are nutrient-packed. Green leafy vegetables and fruit, such as kale, spinach, kiwi fruit and cucumber, contain a high concentration of phytonutrients, vitamins and fibre. A green juice is a health boost in a glass!