Author: Caitriona Horne

Muffins

Deliciously Ella’s Apple and Banana Spelt Muffins

Although spelt flour is best for this recipe, it also works with plain gluten-free flour. We tried other flours, including brown rice, buckwheat and coconut, but found they didn’t create the right fluffiness. Also, note that the dough does look quite thick, so don’t  be surprised by that – it all comes together perfectly when […]

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Nature

Mindfulness & Meditation: What’s The Difference?

In any one day there are moments where there is nothing going on but we link up thought to thought, without any space, and overlook the spaciousness it’s all happening in. —Gangaji Mindfulness and meditation are often used to mean the same thing, which can be confusing, while not many of us are clear on […]

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Walk With Your Wolf: Unlock your intuition, confidence & power

Nature is our greatest healer. It’s time to start walking and reclaim the wildness in all of us. When did you last take a walk? Not a stroll to the shops, or to the pub, but a walk that got you energised, stimulated your senses, allowing you to de-stress? If the answer is that you’d love […]

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The Unexpected Power of Mindfulness and Meditation

‘Ed and Deb remind us all just how important it is to look after the health and happiness of the mind. With warmth and humor they show us how to integrate the timeless qualities of awareness and compassion into everyday life.’ Andy Puddicombe, founder, HEADSPACE This book is essential reading for anyone – both newcomers to […]

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A Monk’s Guide to Happiness: Meditation in the 21st century

Everyone looks externally to find contentment, we think material possessions will unlock our happiness. A Monk’s Guide to Happiness explains how and why we need to look within, and connect to our true essence, in order to find peace. Everyone has the potential to be happy, after all, we’re all ‘hardwired’ for happiness. But how do we get there? By meditating. […]

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sleeptrain

It’s Never too Late to Sleep Train: The low stress way to high quality sleep for babies, kids and parents

A revolutionary program that will have everyone – babies, toddler and pre-schoolers – in the house sleeping through the night. When Dr. Craig Canapari became a father, he realized that even three years of 36-hour hospital shifts didn’t prepare him for the extreme sleep deprivation that comes with parenthood. Sleepless nights for kids means sleepless […]

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max

More Plants Less Waste: Plant-based Recipes + Zero Waste Life Hacks with Purpose

Max La Manna, zero waste chef and sustainability advocate, bridges the gap between vegan food and waste-free cooking – inviting us to channel the MORE PLANTS LESS WASTE mindset and discover a stronger purpose in our daily routines. —Max has inspired thousands of people across the world to rethink their approach to consumption and made it his mission […]

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light on life

Light on Life: The Yoga Journey to Wholeness, Inner Peace and Ultimate Freedom

A must-have for anyone who practises yoga or is interested in the teachings of the East.B.K.S. Iyengar, whose teachings on yoga are followed throughout the world, reflects upon his lifetime’s experience on the yoga path. The structure of the book follows the different aspects of that path (from Freedom Awaits, through The Physical Body, The […]

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How to Stop

How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids: Effective strategies for stressed out parents

So, you’re losing your sh*t with your kids. You scream, you shout, you snap at them. You’re cranky and irritable more often than you’d like to admit. You know how you want to parent; you want to be a calmer, more rational and intentional parent, but no matter how hard you try, you can’t help […]

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Courgette Falafel Wraps with Beetroot Hummus and Roasted Asparagus

I just love how quick and easy falafels are to make whilst still tasting so delicious. You can add in anything and everything you like and there are so many ways to eat them. Pop them in a pitta, in a buddha bowl or just straight into a tub of hummus, the possibilities are endless. I’ve […]

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