But scratch at the surface and discover we are all searching for a balance….
Yoga. Meditation. Detox. Me time. Time out. Book club. Fight club. Wine club? Outdoor festivals. Indoor exercise. Gardening. Chocolate. Hiking. Bach remedies. Extreme sports. Green juice. Journaling. Nut milk. Tantra. Scrapbooking. Sleep.
Happy, healthy, body mind and spirit.
Trying to get back to nature and live a lifestyle as organic and as healthy as we can. Back to basics, the Slow movement, reconnecting with our food, connecting with our community and being in the moment.
If you’re reading this, you have probably had too much screen time already today. Straighten your back, roll your shoulders and remember to go for a walk barefoot after reading this. Maybe just first quickly check your Facebook and your email.
And obviously have a glance at your phone. Oooh a new WhatsApp message!
Our lives are crazy. Things are so busy and exciting and tiring all at once and screen time is at an all high. A Pinterest board for groceries? No seriously now. Maybe they just lost their pen and paper.
So just chill out man. Like fully.
Come on a Coastal forage and have fun and meet great people and eat good food…..
A big thank you Loubie Rusch from Making Kos who took a break from creating her amazing food and joined us to snap all these amazing photos at our last Coastal Forage.
New 2014 Coastal Foraging dates:
Dates: Saturday the 1st of Feb – 10am
Saturday the 1st of March – 9am
Sunday the 31st of March – 9am
Price: R300 per person
The reason these courses are only once a month is because the dates and times are organized around the low tide at new moon (spring tides) to ensure maximum enjoyment in the rock pools as this is when the tide is out the furthest.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to book or have any questions and we will send you further details.
Hope you can join us!
Posted on January 16, 2014, in Beach, Coastal Forage, Food, Forage Course, Foraging, Foraging course, Foraging courses, Indigenous edibles, Kelp, Photos, Seaweed, Seaweed forage, Summertime, Wild food, Wild Food Meals and tagged beach, Coastal Foraging dates, mussels, Photos, Seaweed, sun, wild food. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.