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Habits that changed the way we now inhabit.

What an overwhelming 4 months it's been! We went into lockdown on the 17th of March completely anaware of what the future holds for us. We felt the excitement of working from home, the opportunity to spend more time together as a couple and reconnect or do all the activities we never had the time for and the list goes on. One thing we didn't know for sure was how long this situation will last for. Up to this point, it seems like UK is taking longer than any other country to recover -which makes sense- and four months later we are almost right back where we started. A lot of things in our lives have changed during this time not only because of Covid-19. No matter how anxious we were at the be

Ginger Root Tea Magic.

Ginger root tea is one of my old time favourites especially throughout this past 4 months where my immune system has been weakened and I also had to limit my tea and caffeine intake as a precaution. This tea boosts your immune system, stimulates the digestive system and soothes your stomach. It keeps you hydrated during the day and can help you unwind before bed. Ginger is a warming digestive herb, a circulatory stimulant, anti-nausea and great source of zinc. It's true, ginger tea helps curb nausea and I have been having it for years now to fight my stomach issues. Feel free to have it hot or refrigerate and enjoy it iced. I found this simple recipe on this book I am currently reading "Nurt

Change.

'Changes are hard. Changes are scary. Changes are a tedious administrative nightmare'. At the same time, changes are crucial for securing progress and our happiness as humans. At 31 I am in a position to say that as a person I am capable of embracing change and most of the time I am prompt to it. One thing that life has taught me is that we are always one decision away from a totally different life. There is no end to waiting for things to change, or waiting for time to change things; we need to change those things ourselves. We need to take action, decide! Let's take a step back to decisions. They are probably an even harder thing to make, especially when it is a choice between where you sh

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