Lifelong Vitality

LLV to the beach? Absolutely! I wouldn’t go a day without these incredible supplements. Lifelong Vitality Pack, LLV is made up of 3 supplements: Alpha CRS+, xEO Mega and Microplex VMz. Alpha CRS+ Cellular Vitality Complex contains powerful polyphenols that protect our cells from free radicals that can damage cellular DNA, mitochondria and other critical cell structures. This supplement reduces oxidative stress and supports cellular energy, and healthy cellular immune function within the body. xEO  Mega provides a proprietary blend of marine and land-sourced fatty acids. Essential fatty acids help your cardiovascular and immune systems, promoting cellular growth, joints, brain … Continue reading Lifelong Vitality

A Cuppa With Clare – Life Update

Grab a cuppa and enjoy a bit of a life update. Doing: working, visiting, road tripping, eating, cooking, tidying. Our staff had two weeks off at this time of the year and we like to use it to catch up on non-program related work. That’s involved putting a lot of important documents into storage, and doing some visits to supporters and even the man who built Wollangarra 30 years ago. The rest of the time is going to be used to do some building, tidying and admin around Wollangarra and our cottage Tussocky. Hearing: Elliot singing. Gosh I love that … Continue reading A Cuppa With Clare – Life Update

How doTERRA Changes Our Lives

In 2015 I was at my whits end. Elliot had this cough, a cough that grates on your heart. A raspy, awful cough that went all day every day. He was on course after course of antibiotics, they tried him on steroids, he had X-rays for his chest to see if he had asthma and there was nothing. How to purchase your doTERRA Essential Oils. One day for fun, we went to the Portarlington psychics expo, and the first stall in the door was a doTERRA stall. I’d never heard of doTERRA and essential oils seemed a bit woo wooy … Continue reading How doTERRA Changes Our Lives

Life Happenings 22/4/18

This blog post has been written in dribs and drabs over March and April. Doing: Working, a lot. Our hours are long, days full, sun up until sun down we are busy on the flat, working with young people or farm work or admin. I do a lot of admin, email answering, phone call returning, planning for 2019 already. Recently I had a quick but beautiful visit home. I had a few appointments in Geelong but other than that I enjoyed time with my mum, dad and sister. It was a lovely slow few days. Hearing: the morning call of … Continue reading Life Happenings 22/4/18

Fairly Simple Bread

For the last few years I taught how to bake a basic loaf of sourdough. There were plenty of others around with more skill, expertise and prowess than I but I loved teaching the simple skill and getting to meet people that I often chatted with over Instagram. These days I rarely bake a sourdough loaf, but do get to enjoy the lovingly baked rye sourdough loaves that one of our wonderful staff puts into our wood fired oven at least once a week. I’ve been enjoyed baking the occasional loaf, following the beautiful recipe by The Clever Carrot. While … Continue reading Fairly Simple Bread

This week…

Hello, how are you? How has your week been? This week we have been recovering from our Open Day. It’s a wonderfully big day filled with supporters new and old, and it’s our biggest fundraiser for the year (Wollangarra is a not-for-profit, so fundraise we must). This day takes a huge amount of organisation and preparation, and a massive on site week of build up and set up and then about that of pack up too. I didn’t take too many photos but I did make a little video that I shared on Wollangarra’s Instagram account. Last week I was … Continue reading This week…