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The winter months are done and it’s time to get back to business.
If you’re anything like us, winter is all about wholesome, rich foods which keep you comforted while the weather is dreary. Oh how warm and fuzzy it makes you feel at the time, but now that these days are getting longer, we’re starting to feel the effects that heavier food has had on our health and waistline.
Here at Retreat Yourself, we’re all about seasonal living. We believe that the more we adapt our lives and health to the changing of season, the more harmonious our lives will be. This means changing the foods we eat, the products we use, the times we go to sleep, and the clothes we wear. We pretty much adapt our lives four times a year so that we can always be feeling our best.
Over this past week, we’ve been filling up on plenty of healthy and fresh foods to kick our body into gear, reading for the spring months ahead. Here is one super smoothie that is guaranteed to get rid of that winter frump and get that glow back in your skin!
Throw them into the blender with a cup of cold water (or almond milk if you please) and whiz until all of the chunky pieces are gone, and enjoy!
Imagine waking up each morning to the gentle sound of birdsong. Imagine yourself following the meandering path to a dining room overlooking the lush green hills of Currumbin Valley...
Put yourself in the picture. How? Read on to find out...
One of our favourite meals to eat in the colder months would have to be soup, its hearty, warm and really hits the spot on a chilly day.
The following recipefeatured in our Winter RY Mag and is a great a ‘go-to’ when you don’t have much time to cook dinner though still fell like a warming and healthy meal...
There's no better feeling than starting a fresh week knowing you're prepared and ready to take on the world!
But we all know it's not always that easy, especially when we have to find the balance between work, exercise, eating healthy, getting plenty of sleep, our social life, spending time with our family and running any errands that may come up.