I am on a new journey in life after my gorgeous wedding :)
I plan to have babies in the next two years and according to David Wolffe it can take 2-3 years to clear your body from chemicals and other substances you may have put in your body (
ex party girl) so my new life and my new chapter starts as a healthy and well-balanced one.
My girlfriend Ashley Armstrong, gave me the gift of mung beans a week ago and that was my first introduction to sprouting. I had been vegan for 3 years but I was 18 and did not understand or know barely anything (why I stopped) and now I practice a well-balanced diet but still avoid dairy, processed foods and sugar. I only eat red meat on the occasion and by that I mean maybe three times a year if that. I do eat lean chicken, turkey and fish a bunch but am trying to just eat meat once a day instead of every meal.
Other things I will be adopting our meditation, yoga, knowledge and spending more time away from the media and more time outside!
This weeks tip is to grow flowers, sprouts, fruits, herbs, vegetables and/or plants. Sprouting works well for those who live in small places and do not have tons of time while others may have a patch of soil they could be using to plant something. Herbs are easy as well!
I love growing and gardening because it relates to me and the fact that everything is growing around you. Love, relationships, yourself, your work, school, your heath EVERYTHING so start growing items around you! Plus when you grow your own you know what soil, chemicals and even water is being used!
Comment and let me know what you ended up growing! More on sprouting in future blogs so check back and see how my crops are doing :)