Natural Juice Recipe – A Fresh Way To Start 2014

Posted by , January 7, 2014

healthy natural juice recipe

 

Feel a bit stuffed?

This is one of our favourite super juice recipes and one that will be help you get over that holiday hangover.

Zain’s Super Juice is lush, green juice filled with enzymes, vitamins, minerals and nutrients.  After a pint of this, you’ll be bouncing your way into 2014…

Ingredients:

1 Cup Spinach

1/2 Cucumber

5 Celery Stalks

1/4 Cup Fresh Mint

1/4 Cup Coriander

1/4 Cup Parsley

1 Lime

1/4 Ginger Root

1 Pear (optional)

1/2 Avocado

OPTIONAL INGREDIENTS:

1 Scoop Sunwarrior Optimum Greens OR Green Powder of Your Choice (optional)

1/4 Tsp Brain On, Hemp Oil OR Borage Oil (optional)

1/4 Tsp Spirulina

Directions:

1. Cold, press juice all veggies and herbs, then add in any of your optional ingredients.

2. Serve immediately.

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How to make your own christmas tree

Posted by , November 12, 2013

how to make your own christmas tree

Traditional Christmas Trees

Christmas can often be a bit predictable and while tradition can be nice,  sometimes it’s good to through in a large helping of originality into the festive mix.

While real Christmas trees look great, cutting down trees to place in your family’s living room is not regarded as the best thing for the environment. There are many interesting ideas out there that replace this old habit.

DIY Christmas Trees

DIY Christmas trees are gaining more ground in peoples’ holiday traditions worldwide. And it’s only your imagination that limits how amazing you want your Christmas to look and feel.

This method is highly recommended if you don’t have enough space to fit an actual Christmas tree. It’s also useful for low budgets; you can use stuff from your own home like sticks,old lights, suitcases or even books. If you choose the DIY version, you can pick the color and texture you or your family most desire. Give it some beautiful decoration as well, and make it unique. Look for ideas from these examples in the photos. It will put your imagination to work and add more fun and excitement to your Christmas

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Wool Week | Celebrating all things woolly

Posted by , October 16, 2013

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This week is wool week a celebration of all things woolly. The campaign was initiated by The Prince of Wales in 2010 in order promote the benefits of this wonderful, sustainable, cosy fabric.

Since it’s launch wool week has been launched on a global scale with celebrations happening across many different countries including Germany, Spain, Italy, China and Korea. Wool is going global again!

If your like us and love wool and want to get involved in Wool Week there’s lots of things you can do:

ball of wool

Knit Nation:Pop into John Lewis in either their Edinburgh or London’s stores  and get free knitting classes free amazing knitwear brand wool-in-the-gang. You may also catch a glimpse  Daisy Lowe or Oliver Proudlock knitting in the Oxford Street windows. You can even knit your own Christmas jumper

ball of wool

Wool School: This initiative, kicked off in 2012, pairs 15 talented UK fashion students with brands including Hobbs, Jigsaw, Topshop, Christopher Raeburn, M&S and Barbour to design and produce limited edition jumpers.All jumpers have to be comprised of at least 80% wool to enter and 5% of proceeds go to fashion education programmers.

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PicKnit: Have your own PicKnit. Download a stunning PicKnit Blanket pattern from the Campaign for Real Wool website and get knitting.

ball of wool

Events are taking place all over the country and internationally. One of the biggest events is being held at Low Sizergh Barn a beautiful farm in Kendal. There will be a whole range of woolly activities including knitting, crochet, pom-pom sheep making – with a micro flock from the famous Pom-Pom sheep parade, finger knitting with PinkyKnits and a British Wool sorting table with Dr Wool in residence to answer all woolly questions. You can even purchase one of our woolly jumpers at their farm shop.

 

 

 

 

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best things about autumn…

Posted by , October 8, 2013

best things about autumn

 

Here’s a few things that we love about Autumn….

Tell us what you love about Autumn on our facebook page 

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