It is perfectly natural to notice a drop in mood and motivation in winter.


Cold days, less sunshine, skin changes and often a bit of weight gain can make you feel miserable but winter is such a necessary season for transition, restoration and growth.

A time to evaluate, and re boot your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

The right routine and foods should keep you going strong an energised with minimal need for vitamin pills.

Hearty soups to replace nutrients, Energising yoga practices, to strengthen and tone and heat the body.

Morning beach walks to awaken the spirit.

Massage, Warm Baths, Open fires and Natural Skin care to maintain a radiant glow.

There is so much to be grateful for.

The Season is going to be here regardless, but you have the power to choose your experience.

I always make Balanced  Wellbeing my focus. For myself, for OrganiQ and for all the people that i connect with.

Here is my average winter routine: 

(The smoothie and skin routine is guaranteed to lift your mood and improve your skin)

6.30 am 

30 min yoga flow – any form of movement that brings oxygen and warmth to the body.

15 minute outdoor walk (NON NEGOTIABLE) vitamin D, fresh air & gratitude for nature.

Shower.

I use an OrganQ scrub Every Single Day.

Our delicious scrubs gently stimulate circulation and encourage skin regeneration.

Coconut Body Scrub – to cleanse, exfoliate and moisturise.

7.45 – Breakfast 

Mood improve smoothie:

  • Cucumber,
  • Boc choy
  • 1/2 frozen banna & berries,

Nourishing Super Foods  ( sourced from your community wholefood shop)

  • 1 tsp Acai ( amazingly high in anti oxidants = anti ageing, energising
  • 1 tsp Macca, ( contains magnesium, iron , calcium and zinc, rich in vitamin B vitamins, C, and E. Macca is often used to improve energy)
  • 1 T Chia seeds ( high in anti oxidants, fibre and good quality protein)
  • 1/2 C coconut Milk

BLEND

Sprinkle with 1 tsp bee pollen & G fresh Ground cinnamon  (bee pollen is high in Vitamin b12 and cinnamon is a warming and metabolism boosting spice)

Coffee…

I try to have a long black or a creamy dairy free Latte.

Coffee Is great for circulation and alertness, It has been proven to increase motivation and productivity. A good excuse to step outside and connect with friends and community.

12.30 Lunch

Home Made Soup  – dense in nutrients and warming spices.

4 pm Afternoon quick snack

Handful of Macadamia nuts, Walnuts, Almonds

1/2 C berries or Apple

Warm OrganiQ Cleanse Tea

4.30 pm

1.5 hr Yoga or 30 – 45 Gym.

try to fit in a walk – to refresh lungs and clear the mind.

7 pm Dinner

Steamed fish or Chicken + steamed greens, avocado and fermented vegetables.

8.30 pm

Warm shower.

Organic Anti ageing  Facial:

Gentle facial scrub, rose mist and organic elixir 

9  – 10 pm 

Journal – reflect on the day, schedule tasks for the following day.

Read – something to stimulate vision, dreams and excite the imagination.

Bed  – natural fibres, low lights, NO electric blanket or phone.

Sleep

 

REPEAT

Sally Lydia Paech

Sally Lydia Paech is an inspiring natural beauty and wellbeing expert from Kangaroo Island South Australia.
She is a yoga teacher, freelance writer and Managing director of one of Australia's most exciting luxury natural skin care brands.
Growing up in one of Australia's most pristine locations has given her education and gratitude for the healing power of nature.
She lives by the mantra “Open heart, Open mind”.
A childhood shaken by emotional upheaval led her on a journey of self discovery - Body, Mind and Being.
This in turn has given her a rare strength empathy in life and health management.
She practices yoga daily, and has so for over ten years.
Attributing yoga to helping her survive life threatening illness.
She has a unique insight to the Human body and psyche.
She combines all this experience and knowledge in to her wellness advice, products and programs.
Her products are already having groundbreaking benefits for multiple skin conditions.
Simple raw and as locally sourced as possible.
They encourage and allow everyone to Nourish their body.

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