Cambodia: Updates from this Spirit Guided Journey

This chapter of my life journey began with a prayer, a plane ticket to France and an Astrocartography map. Anytime I’m asked my plans or purpose for this trip all I can do it smile and say, “At this moment, the Universe through divine guidance has brought me to you, to this place and I am here to listen and be invited into the experience I was meant to have.”

Yes, I know it sounds crazy but so is life… Here’s how I ended up in Cambodia…

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Found in Bordeaux: A City Guide

The rainy days painted a romantic portrait of Bordeaux France as I wandered through the cobble stone streets to be filled with beauty, art and inspiration. The local markets, personable fashion, delicious wine and appreciation for plants. I found a few special gems, sustainable and ethically backed businesses, restaurants, and communities inspiring more then just a random american woman.

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Jeannette Mueller
Wherever you go, there you are.

We cannot out run ourselves. Sometime the illusion of changing places to change ourselves can be haunting. We seek something external to transform our experience of life when in fact we must fully transform ourselves before we can fully move into changing our experience of life.

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Jeannette Mueller
Travel for Soul Nourishment and Finding Intention

Spending the end of the year in Europe and creating space for taking inventory of the year and intention for the new one to come. 2018 was a year of exponential internal growth. So many people I have talked to have gone through the thick of it in 2018, things that were hidden and unconscious were brought to the surface forcing them to be addressed and course corrected. Attitudes changed from judgement to acceptance and integration. While being in France these lessons I have learned have resurfaced and tested, here’s how I’m navigating through and getting clarity on selfworth and personal mission.

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Forest to Fork and a Call for Wild Food

A few years ago was infected with an obsession for mushrooms, wild foods, herbs, cooking and growing. I am dedicated to supporting local businesses and eco-conscious entrepreneurs which is why I have chosen to feature Forest to Fork, and founder Mike Kempenich who is dedicated to making wild foods and mushrooms accessible to everyone!

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Approach to Elemental Eating

Eating doesn’t need to be complicated. Today people have become obsessed with fad-diets and have adopted a sense of tribalism and tying their identity to a way of eating. Disease and illness is then extended, we end up making ourselves sick because we are part of something more then just a way of obtaining health. But we are all unique, and when we look to nature we can intuit what we should eat, when and how. Here’s a brief introduction

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Chocolate of Immortality

Mushrooms have been used for thousands of years as medicine, in fact they may be the oldest form of medicine know to man. Some people say that they help to boost the immune system, I say they are the missing link that once created our immune system that we are finally reincorporation. Turkey Tail, Chaga, Reishi and Chocolate is an easy way to gain your immortality

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Could Low Stomach Acid Be The Underlying Cause of Your IBS?

Peeling back the layers of the onion. Healing from IBS has taken a lot from trial and error. After nearly putting my body through a decade of abuse, everyday is a step towards better health, finding the root cause was deeper then I thought.

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The Only Non-Stick Pan I'll Ever Use

Over 2,000 year of use, there is a reason why cast iron is still the superior cookware. Non-stick with the exception of also being non-toxic. Healthy planet, healthy you. Here's the reasons to upgrade to cast iron cooking, and its not just aesthetic. Most non-stick pans emit harmful chemicals when heated incorrectly and as they ware down these same carcinogens can be absorbed into your food.

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Wild Nettle Pesto

Eat wild food! Nature provides us with amazing plants to help support our health and vitality. Nettles a common woodland plant, is abundant in our gardens as well as in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. If you’ve been interested in getting into foraging and wildcrafting, nettles is undoubtable the easiest to identify, harvest and prepare. This pesto recipe will get you started!

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