😎Welcome to the land of the Fruitilicious: a healthy breakfast smoothie, that tastes like pink!
Start with some frozen raspberries, a few frozen strawberries, spinach (optional) banana, avocado.
Add a dash of honey, or pure maple syrup
And some coconut water (or filtered tap water).
And whir the frick out of it. I got some pretty funky colours along the way.
Add more water slowly to get the right consistency.
And voila. Kreamie Chilld Fruti Rassberi Miks.
The thicker consistency with frozen fruit gives it a cooler, more refreshing hit. Try it with a spoon!
Today I’m grateful for my health.
I have a healthy body, fully able to walk, run and cycle my ass off whenever I wish.
I’m blessed with the ongoing ability to get to and from places all over, without the need for assistance or extra effort.
I’m free of dis-ease, able – bodied and have nothing holding me back. I’m far more fortunate than others who may not possess such health, and as such I will continue to feed my body clean, nutritous food. And treat it to daily exercise and activity.
In turn it contributes to the health of my mind. My overall wellbeing is fantastic and I couldn’t/shouldn’t ask for more. I’ll continue to work at achieving inner peace, for the good of myself and the world over.
May all beings find the strength to overcome any obstacles, mental or physical, and continue to worship their bodies and mind.
Today I’m grateful to be blessed with full health, and may you all be, too.
Love and light ✌
Today was an unrivalled feeling of gratitude, for our one and only, the irreplaceable; Mother Nature.
I’m grateful for the birds chirping outside my window at dawn (or when I decide to rise).
I’m grateful for the canal banks and all its natural glory; butterflies, dragonflies, ducks and swans, stork, trees, bushes and shrubs… nettles, regular annoying flies that stick in your hair and dive into your mouth while cycling.
Though I suppose it’s actually myself invading their space with my bicycle and speed… so I’m grateful I’m allowed into their space.
I’m grateful for the sun beaming down on to the back of my neck. And for the breeze that whips my hair back.
Mother Nature will never ever leave our side, no matter how much we take her for granted, or abuse her. Even if she’s beaten down and stripped of life through winter (or pollution/construction/war etc), she will come back fighting. She’ll take back what was always hers, still offering our disloyal race a comfortable, nourishing home. And she always will.
A simple, well-paid job
I use the term ‘well-paid’ loosely, since we all know most of the population are underpaid in the grand scheme of the world…. shat on by greedy bankers and slave driving corporations who’d have you work for free if it were legal…
But in terms of my situation in comparison to other remedial jobs out there, I’m extremely fortunate and I know this.
I earn above the minimum wage, in a warm environment with its own duck pond outside. I’m able to feed myself daily and keep a roof over my head on less than 20 hours a week (just).
I have the option of buying shares at a reduced cost and thus making money back from a greedy corporation. Amongst other perks of working for a multinational.
I understand I’m a hypocrite, supporting the structure of everything I despise. But I’m grateful for the CHOICE.
I’m grateful I’m not in danger where I work. I’m grateful I have fantastic people around me when I’m there. And I’m grateful for all the different people I get to speak with and build relationships with… cos sooner or later there comes about a special one, with which a bond is formed and although we never see each other or likely speak again… We leave a mark on each other.
The last customer that made me feel this way, said I’d “restored her faith in humanity”, and that was a real blessing.
Today I’m glad to have such a fantastic group of peers. We’ve known each other for many years now and have developed strong bonds.
The power of positive energy being transferred and exchanged between humans willfully and gratefully is extraordinary. Today, I honour the universe and my Self as One, for providing me with such rich experiences of love and friendship.