There’s no doubt about it we’re living through one of the most challenging periods in living memory.
In challenging times, we need our resilience and mental tuffness to get us through. It doesn’t mean we need to feel happy or positive all the time. But it does mean that when we get knocked down, we get back up again, and have confidence that better days are ahead.
Here's how to build your resilience (and make life a little easier).
Seeds are hard to get into your diet at the best of times. They're super good for us, so we should try to pack more in where we can.
These healthy crackers are the solution to your seed (and your cheeseboard) problems. The recipe comes from our Co-owner and Managing Director Tania Taylor and this snack is sure to become one of your staples.
This recipe is sure to delight after a long walk with your hiking buddies. Trade the packet noodles for dinner with this delicious, nutritious steak and salad combination. If you're vego, you can substitute the steak for halloumi - it works a treat. This dish requires a little bit of prep at home, but it's so worth it.
By Di Westaway | Chief Adventure Chick at Wild Women On Top
I’ve been a hiker for nearly 20 years and I’ve always thought of myself as a “Leave No Trace” kinda girl. I love the wilderness, and do what I can to protect it. I always take my rubbish with me, and use wilderness wash instead of soap. That’s it, right?
This baked pumpkin and creamy nut sauce recipe comes from our Wild Woman Lorraine and it's absolutely mouth-watering. It's the perfect addition to a hearty meal and it's vegan friendly. Plus, you can use the creamy sauce on any vegetables to give them a good hit of flavour and deliciousness.
If there's one thing Wild Women love, it's delicious and nutritious treats that're super easy to make. When you're out on the trail - and you need a hit of something sweet - these bliss balls are the perfect snack solution.