Lauren didn't just decide that she was going to make a fire tonic. It was a very personal journey that forced her to find a solution that worked for her. She suffered from Candida overgrowth and indigestion for years and no medication or antibiotics seemed to help her so she decided to do something herself that corrected her gut health.
According to Taleszia, the idea behind Happy Earth People came to her when she was meditating one night. She realised that we need to reconnect to our earth and to how we eat. And she knew exactly how that could be done – with the humble legume.
Marisa Logan and Nicole Lupton are extremely clever humans. They must have sensed that one day I will be world-famous when they agreed to visit me In My Kitchen. Or it might have been to get their hands on my Snickers Cup recipe (they weren't successful).
I will always remember Aneeka as the woman who taught me about YOLO. I somehow managed to, until this year, live without knowing this wonderful phrase. But then I met Aneeka Buys and my life changed for the better.
Sachi Okada, founder of The Thrive believes in the power of confidence. She teaches women this power in workshops, fun nights out and confidence roadshows.
After you spend some time with Drue you realise that it is more a case of “already found frost” as she is a very together and purpose bound person. Everything in this lady’s life is specifically set up to reach her future goals.
Angela Horn and Saskia (aka Sporty) Busch from Mostly Mindful introduces me to minimalism.
For my first feature of In My Kitchen I invited I Love Foodies editor, Benike Palfi, into my kitchen. As editor and owner of I Love Foodies, Benike gets to go to restaurants and eat their food for free.