I haven’t posted on here with a full post for awhile.
I’ve been doing my Fab Friday posts – they are abit of fun with four things I’m loving at the time, to keep some thing regular.
I’ve been abit lost with what it is I want to be offering and talking about here.
So as you may have seen earlier this year I added Doterra as another product partner, along with Miessence. This added another dimension to my business.
I have been trying to get clarity on what I want my site / brand to be about as I feel it’s going through an evolution.
You may have noticed I’ve switched up my Facebook page to my name I had to change it a few times as it can’t be a radical change from the name you have on there already. I changed because Organic Goody was a name I chose a long time ago when I partnered with Miessence and didn’t feel like it encompassed all that I talk about.
I like to talk on
💟 self love
💟 environmental impact & solutions
Amongst a few other things.
You’ll still see some changes happening here as I find my feet.
💟 I would love to know what you want to see more of?
💟 What do you like reading about?
💟 What solutions are you after?
I’d really appreciate your feedback in the comments below or message me – Instagram seems to be the easiest currently.
Thanks so much.
Fab Friiiidaaaayyy! ( Oprah voice)
+ How good so these Kumera / sweet potato Shoestring chips 🍟 look
+ Words! That’s about right ✌🏽
+ Plant envy 🌱
+ Hair envy as well. I wish I could do my hair like this 😭
What are you loving today? Leave one thing in the comments below 💗
Enjoy your week
A great info graphic from Cosmetology School outlining some of the harmful ingredients that are in products that people are using daily. If you are interested in products which do the trick without all these nasty’s head over to our store
Created by: CosmetologySchool.org
Featuring Dr Vandana Shiva talking about seed saving in India.
I brought some beautiful organic vegetables from the market in the weekend, freshly picked and beautiful looking too.
As I was cooking them today I was thinking about the grower and I thanked them out loud as I prepared the wonderful food.
Thanked them for growing the beautiful produce, for choosing to grow organic, for becoming certified, for taking the time and the care to grow amazing nutrient dense food.
Then as I went about my day I thanked others out loud – producers of natural sustainable products I use, the people who choose to sell these products, organic farmers, people who are doing their bit to make the world a better place.
It was such a nice practice and made me realise all the wonderful people and the things they are doing for us and the planet. It’s sometimes easy to get caught up in the doom & gloom but take the time to think of those creating positive change in the world. Thank them as you think about them, thank them in person or in email, or thank them on social media. Show your appreciation for what they are doing or creating.
Let me know in th comments below Who do you have to thank today?
This is a fantastic film if you haven’t seen it already be quick