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Progress Not Perfection

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Progress Not Perfection
Use Essential Oils and glass to clean our home. And educating others to do the same. This reduces so many plastic bottles and toxins in our home (and ultimately in our waterways). You can buy these through our website - link in bio for 10% off.

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Time Poverty

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Time Poverty
Time-poverty - it is a real thing!

And I know y’all are on holiday and you have forgotten how stressed and rushed you were in the lead up to Christmas.

Let’s look at some stats! Worldwide women do on average 4.5 hours of unpaid work a day (this is often on top their profession). In India this looks more like 6.5 hours.

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Dreaming

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Dreaming
We planted some beautiful seeds today - discussed why applying themselves to different subjects at school would help Mt hem on their journey - B and B decided they would have to get really good at maths so they could measure the mls of medicine they would give their animals, they all committed to an extra curricular activity to move them closer to their dreams.

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What Does It Mean To Be An Essentialist?

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What Does It Mean To Be An Essentialist?
I learned a few things from 2020 that I want to implement in 2021.

Essentialists value community & connection
Essentialists value natural, preventative, proactive (and when necessary) collaborative health care
Essentialists value education, self development & self empowerment
Essentialists want to be the best version of themselves so they can live a life that really matters.

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The Sugar Shakedown

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The Sugar Shakedown
Sugar can be as addictive as cigarettes, alcohol and narcotics.
Julia Ross an addiction Psychologist who helped develop the 12 step drug and alcohol rehabilitation program in the 1970s. Ten years later they did a follow up of their case study and realised that 90% of the 12 step program attendees had relapsed.

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