Top tips for improving your quality of life (Tammy Fry)

I was lucky enough to join, Tammy Fry, International Marketing Director of The Fry Family Food Co., a certified plant-based nutritionist, creator of The SEED Blog, international spokesperson, animal rights advocate, athlete, and mother, for the online version of her wildly popular “Seed Workshop” and have learned a few things I would like to share.

Tammy Fry chatted about a bunch of things during the workshop, this includes gut health, supplements, and food choices. However, the biggest take away was the simple changes you could do right now to improve your general health and quality of life.

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Ways kids can #addgoodness in the community

The Denny Mushrooms #addgoodness #winter warmth campaign, which I spoke about not too long ago has got me thinking about the importance of starting charity work early. I’m not saying your 6-year-old needs to start a NGO , but there are little things they can do which can give them a sense of pride and responsibilty and sets them up for a life of giving back (well hopefully)

I have shared ways that I encourage a charitable heart in my own child with you before, but thought that since the world looks so different now, the list could do with some tweaking. Also, charity is definitely not the only way to #addgoodness so keep that in mind when checking out the list below:

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Tips for lockdown living from Rachel Kolisi

I was lucky enough to be invited to a Zoom lunch with Rachel Kolisi, which was awesome because she comes across as such a powerhouse of a person. She is a businesswoman, philanthropist, and mom, and I believe she married some guy involved in a sport or something.

Kidding kidding, I totally know Siya Kolisi, I mean he is from my neck of the woods, he made the country proud as captain of SA’s World cup winning Rugby team and he gives of his time and resources generously, but this post is not about him, it’s about a mom navigating lockdown life, who happens to have some solid ideas that could work for us. A big thank you to BLC Attorneys for inviting me to the insightful event.

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