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I have a special Diva Cup package on offer at the moment.

Purchase a Diva Cup, Diva Wash and my Naturally Healthy Hormones E-Book for $75.00 (normal price $94.90).

A Diva Cup is practical (you can wear them for up to 12 hours, including overnight), economical and environmentally friendly.

Currently Available:

✔️ 1 x Model 2 - for women over 30 years old and/or for women who have delivered a baby (including by c-section)

✔️ 2 x Model 1 - for women under 30 years who have never delivered a baby.

✔️ Diva Wash is a gentle, plant-based, oil-free cleanser designed especially for the Diva Cup, to ensure it lasts as long as possible.

✔️ The Naturally Healthy Hormones is a jam-packed e-book full of practical tips that I use in my clinic to help ladies restore their hormonal balance, with the right foods, tips for gut health, lifestyle and herbal medicines.

If there is enough demand I can certainly order more of both sizes in.

Packs can be collected from the clinic (please contact me at linda@zestnaturaltherapies.com.au to arrange) or posted for an additional $15.00.
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I have a special Diva Cup package on offer at the moment.

Purchase a Diva Cup, Diva Wash and my Naturally Healthy Hormones E-Book for $75.00 (normal price $94.90).

A Diva Cup is practical (you can wear them for up to 12 hours, including overnight), economical and environmentally friendly. 

Currently Available:

✔️ 1 x Model 2 - for women over 30 years old and/or for women who have delivered a baby (including by c-section)

✔️ 2 x Model 1 - for women under 30 years who have never delivered a baby.

✔️ Diva Wash is a gentle, plant-based, oil-free cleanser designed especially for the Diva Cup, to ensure it lasts as long as possible.

✔️ The Naturally Healthy Hormones is a jam-packed e-book full of practical tips that I use in my clinic to help ladies restore their hormonal balance, with the right foods, tips for gut health, lifestyle and herbal medicines.

If there is enough demand I can certainly order more of both sizes in. 

Packs can be collected from the clinic (please contact me at linda@zestnaturaltherapies.com.au to arrange) or posted for an additional $15.00.

Honestly...why bother?

I AM tempted to wrap it in a Cadbury wrapper though, and wait for one of the teenagers to unwrap it expecting a solid chocolate egg...it is just about the same size 🤔

Seriously though, this will be an egg made up of only a white, no yolk. Occasionally they happen and they are always amusing!
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Honestly...why bother?

I AM tempted to wrap it in a Cadbury wrapper though, and wait for one of the teenagers to unwrap it expecting a solid chocolate egg...it is just about the same size 🤔

Seriously though, this will be an egg made up of only a white, no yolk.  Occasionally they happen and they are always amusing!

Stage 1 of the winter garden is done and dusted. 💪

I’m not ashamed to say that my veggie patch over summer was a dismal failure - with the heat and lack of rain it was all I could do to just keep a few things alive, and I gave up in the end. The sage (top left) and some parsley (bottom right) were stubborn enough to see it through, plus we did get some nice beans, zucchinis and cherry tomatoes.

On the whole I find winter crops easier to grow than summer varieties. They don’t grow as fast, or as enthusiastically, but because of that they don’t require as much watering and tend to be far more forgiving if you miss a day or two of care. Yesterday I planted garlic, spring onions, leeks, beetroot, snow peas, ‘sprouting’ broccoli and rainbow chard (silverbeet).

Today’s task is the carrots, sugar snap peas, lettuces and radishes.
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Stage 1 of the winter garden is done and dusted.  💪

I’m not ashamed to say that my veggie patch over summer was a dismal failure - with the heat and lack of rain it was all I could do to just keep a few things alive, and I gave up in the end.  The sage (top left) and some parsley (bottom right) were stubborn enough to see it through, plus we did get some nice beans, zucchinis and cherry tomatoes.

On the whole I find winter crops easier to grow than summer varieties.  They don’t grow as fast, or as enthusiastically, but because of that they don’t require as much watering and tend to be far more forgiving if you miss a day or two of care.  Yesterday I planted garlic, spring onions, leeks, beetroot, snow peas, ‘sprouting’ broccoli and rainbow chard (silverbeet).  

Today’s task is the carrots, sugar snap peas, lettuces and radishes.

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There is something incredibly soothing about the entire neatness of the whole construction!! perfection!!

Same here! Gardening over the summer was a no go for me so starting again now. Got a few goodies from the local farmers market that I'll be plating this weekend!

Cherry tomatoes are going amazing (pity I don't like tomatoes!), cos lettuce was great (couldn't eat them fast enough and they went to seed), had a few zucchini and cucumber, Brussel sprouts are a disaster (first time trying), beetroot looks ready and the possums keep eating the capsicum!! Ready to try winter veggies now. I'm just a beginner veggie gardener.

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Who else has this happen? 😀

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Good advice, thanks Linda. I am grateful for Mother Nature 🍂

Nice reminder. Positive thoughts & attitude changes us from the inside out. I'm so grateful for my life, faith, family & friends xx

So true, Linda!

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