I am someone thats constantly on the go, in fact I usually exhaust myself, and thats when the nap/sleep comes in. It’s all in my nature, to be in constant thought and creation. However balance in necessary to recharge and replenish yourself. Be it through detaching/unplugging to take some time out of the day to read a book, journal, or any activity that helps you to unwind. Personally I like accompanying my downtime with something to imbibe, preferably handmade.
The solution? Scooping some adaptogens in my mug. Moon Deli Meditation Tonic has been a newfound go-to when I want to step into a calmer atmosphere.
Next level cocoa. Creamy, frothy, and in this case iced (because it’s still warm outside) yet filled with luscious flavor crafted in small batches using organic and wild crafted goods. Here I used Sun Potion’s Anandamide (also known as Bliss Alchemy) as the dreamy + herbal version of the hot cocoa. Perhaps like many others, I put value in what I choose to imbibe and perhaps it’s the HSP in me, I get more joy selecting products when you feel like you “know” where your edibles are coming from. This is why I personally love Sun Potion because of the founders’ genuine love + passion to create products that are sustainable & Sun Potion thrives for educating us on the plant science, not just the concept of a product.
Ever since I saw the beautifully hued drinks that echo colors of gemstones and elusive unicorns, I knew I wanted to recreate them.
Drinks for me are a therapeutic routine.Whether its waking up early (or even creating them at night!) to brew a warm cup of coffee and topping it with spices and pink salt, pouring the creamy frothed milk as a finishing touch. I take pride in the aesthetic process and nutritional components, savoring the nuances of flavor and these stolen moments of reflection.
But I also enjoy playing with the rainbow, in the form of nature’s palettes. Consuming edible for me comes from a place of nourishment and creation – enjoying the process and seeking the arrangements. Contentment in what I’ve made (or being cognizant of what to do next time)