Yes I'm moving!!! I have spent the last few days learning WordPress (a web building platform) and building a new website. I've been transferring all my blogs over - although I'm not quite there yet!
I'm looking forward to sharing it with you all once it's ready, but it means I nearly forgot my blog for today!!!
Since I am completely mentally exhausted I thought I would just chat about what I've been up to.
Working on a new platform has been like learning from new again, this lovely website has been serving me well but I was always planning to move to another platform eventually and it takes ages to move everything over so better sooner than later.
I've had to learn about web hosting, name servers, web building on a platform that is not drag and drop, installing a theme....... it's been a lot to take in to be honest. I may even write a blog on how to do all this once I'm more fluent in the process.
The new website is going to be a bit more blog focused, I have to be honest I've absolutely loved blogging each day. After the 30 days I may not blog daily but I will definitely continue blogging as I really love it so much.
Anyway my head is spinning (even my gin & tonic hasn't helped) and I really need my bed so for today I'm afraid this is a short but sweet post.
I'll hopefully be back to proper blogging tomorrow!
P.S. Oh and I have a new name!!!!
About 18mths ago I read the book The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod and I have to say it had a huge impact on my life. I did his 30 day challenge back then and although I have adapted it a bit I still have my morning routine.
In the book Hal leads you through a SAVERS approach every morning.
I did this for the 30 days and although the first few days were a bit more difficult I generally had more energy, more clarity and focus.
Silence would generally be some form of meditation. This is where you allow your mind to be quiet for a short time, without the craziness of running through your to do list. First thing in the morning is good for this as you are still a little sleepy.
Affirmations are where you say something about yourself as if it is true now.
It generally starts as 'I am.....' followed by a way we want to be.
As an example - I am confident and kind.
Visualisation is where you visualise your life or work as you would like it to be. Imagining you are living it now. The more detail you can visualise the better and you may find this becomes clearer each time you do it. I like to play my favourite music whilst I am visualising.
Exercise gets your blood pumping, gets your body moving. At the time when I read the book I wasn't really able to do exercise so I would either walk or do a bit of Qi Gong which I really enjoyed.
Reading is a great way to inspire you and pick you up, I absolutely adore reading!! I have always been a big reader and love learning new things.
Scribe is journaling, again this is something I've done for a few years now and I find it absolutely essential for me. It was my form of expressing how I felt about things, my space to rant at the time. Journaling for me now is mainly pondering thoughts, which is still useful and journaling will develop and change over time. Sometimes I go back to the ranting :) it is totally ok to journal in which ever way you need at the time.
The routine involves each of these steps and each one is essential and has a purpose. This routine sets you up for the day ahead and getting it all done in the morning means you are able to get on with your day ahead. A change I have made is adding writing my to do list for the day and what I love and appreciate in my life, as I feel this helps me immensely, and I don't do the affirmations at the moment ether. But the great thing is although Hal guides you through his version you really can make it your own. And I'll be honest I don't get up as early as I did during the challenge, but I still have a routine and it really does work. It will help you feel better, more energised and clear as well as help you manifest your ideal life.
Check out the book if you haven't already, you will not regret it!
Over the last few years I have gone through an enormous stage of personal growth, it has become my passion and my obsession, yet one of the most difficult parts of this for me has been learning to trust myself.
I have always considered myself reasonably intelligent and have a reasonable sense of self belief, if I saw someone else doing something I always knew I could learn to do it as well. Thing is though in the area of personal growth, spirituality even healing there are only parts of it you can learn. A huge part of it is belief in something you can't yet see. It's taking a leap of faith.
I used to work at a chemicals factory as an electrician and during this time I was working predominantly with men, somewhere in here I had to learn to switch off my feelings. There had been a few times I had felt weak because I had allowed myself to be honest or vulnerable. One time I remember being in my bosses office and telling him exactly what I thought!
So for me to start to listen to my feelings, never mind trust them, has been an incredible experience. Extremely difficult yet so rewarding.
1. The first step for me was of course becoming aware that I hid my feelings, they were rarely expressed other than an occasional rant or outburst, or maybe once I'd had a few drinks I would loosen up a bit and open up a bit more. Becoming aware of something has a huge catalytic affect and leads to a chain reaction of different steps. I'm not sure I was fully aware of this at the time, but I must have been on some level as I started to cut back dramatically on alcohol.
2. I also started journalling, for me this was mainly venting at first, I would write in my journal everyday about how I felt, why I felt that way, who was to blame and why. Not the healthiest writing but it was cathartic just being able to express in someway the emotions, feelings and thoughts that had been hidden for so long as they all started coming up to the surface. It was good to get it out on paper, but I was also having to cope with the overwhelm of feelings as they moved through me.
3. I started asking myself 'how do I feel about this' when given a choice to make. I would just take a few minutes to think how would I feel if I made this choice and how would I feel if i made that choice. Easy things to start with like if I should go on a night out, or what I should have for dinner, or what would be next to do on my to do list for the day. That way if I got it wrong, it didn't matter!
4. I was learning that what my heart wanted was actually better for me than what my mind wanted. The mind always kept me safe and for that I am grateful but it also wasn't a true expression of me. During this time I had to go against fears and rewire some beliefs, I would say affirmations like
'I am safe when I follow my heart'
This was not an easy time and you will need support from groups if you can't get it from friends and family. During this time I kept so much of what I was going through a secret as my confidence was low and i was worried people would think i was a mental case :)
5. I finally learned that when I am honest from my heart and you perhaps let people down in a kind way they don't get angry with you. I learned that you have to be completely honest, even though it may hurt people, as you can't live life as a lie. Hiding and lying ends up showing up as some form of illness (physical & emotional) and makes you so incredibly unhappy.
I am by no means perfect at all of this yet, but I am getting better each day. I was never very good at making decisions in the past, but I am getting better.
This isn't a goal I am ticking off, this is a lifestyle change, a new habit I am cultivating. I am not rushing it as through all of this I have also learned not to put pressure on outcomes.
These steps are a great place to start though and please also read my previous blog on Self Care as this is essential for helping you move through this.
First of all do you have any form of self care in your life at all? Or do you constantly put the needs of others before your own? Having no self care in our lives can make us resentful, exhausted, stressed, angry, worthless, sad, depressed........ do I need to go on?
Nope, didn't think so. Most of us have at least had moments like this at some time. I know I have had many years like this. As a stay at home mum your life becomes less about you. We put our kids needs before our own, we put our husbands needs before our own. There is also this pressure from the outside world to conform to some sort of crazy ideal that we are perfect at everything we do. Perfect mum, perfect wife, perfect house, All of these perfections are for the benefit of other people, the only benefit we get is that we are accepted into society!!! Being accepted is a strong inbuilt need that we all have, stemming back to when we couldn't survive alone and had to live in groups. This makes us feel guilty if we don't conform (and no-one likes feeling guilty) so we do whatever we can to fit in and be accepted. We live is a world of 'shoulds', we should do this, we should do that. When you ever use the word should it means it's not something you want to do, it's something you feel is expected of you.
The thing is, when you are giving all the time your energy depletes, you get tired, exhausted and stressed out, until one day you snap because you have nothing left to give. (as a side note: it's often not the person or situation that is stressing you out that you end up snapping at)
What we do need in our lives is some form of balance, if we are giving we need to be open to receiving as well.
So one way that can help is to find ways of building our energy up, regularly. This is where self care comes in.
I mentioned that there are different types of self care:
Mind & Body Self Care:- so this is exercising to move our body, eating healthy food to feed our body, meditating to calm our mind... it's the self care we do because we know it will help us and we will feel good once we have done it. This is all about being healthy.
Emotional Self Care:- is where we nourish our emotional side, it's our guilty pleasures. Indulging in a spa day, relaxing in the hot-tub. As a mum of 3 kids, this is my girly days. I have no responsibilities, no one expects anything of me. I could sit and read a book in the middle of the day - a proper book not a self-help book! It's all about indulgence, maybe its a child free night away in a gorgeous hotel or walks along the beach. Whatever it is to you I give you permission, in fact I insist, that you do this every now and again.
Just Say No:- Another type of self care is is saying no, try it! Next time you are about to say yes to something that you don't want to do, and isn't essential that you do, try saying no.
Pick easy things to start with, don't make it too difficult for yourself, but just say no. As an example something simple like when you are busy doing something and some one asks you to do something else (non-urgent) which would normal end up with you multi-tasking, just say no. You can say you are busy right now doing something else, if you feel you need to justify it.
A healthy balance of all of these different self care methods is essential for our energy levels and means that even when we are doing something that deplletes our energy, we can cope with it much more easliy.
Being everything to everyone else isn't perfection, it's false. This type of perfection exhausts you and is impossible to reach.
You are already perfect, just as you are and it's time to show yourself the love and care you give to others x
It's January here and a lot of us are still in the new year resolutions stage, and quite possibly losing a bit of momentum.
New year resolutions can be a variety of things from eat healthier, do more exercise, spend more time with family, get a new job, create inner peace...... but unless we put down some specific tasks we can do to achieve this, they just aren't going to happen! Like every other year you start off with enthusiasm and then it slows down.
So this year a few of my resolutions are to eat healthier, to write a book and play in a badminton competition and win. All very good resolutions indeed, but unless I'm specific I will always find something else to do, I need to find action steps that I can do daily/weekly/monthly that will take me towards that goal. These steps may change slightly until I get there, for example a non- negotiable action step for writing my book could be to write 1000 words a day, but once I've written it all it would change to editing, then to design work, then publishing.
For each resolution see how you feel about it. Is it really something you want to do or something you think you should do? You are unlikely to stick to 'should do's', or if you do they are going to be extremely hard work. Pick the ones that really excite you, the one you feel really strongly about, even if you aren't sure they are achievable and then look at what action steps you can take now that will move you towards your goal. It is really important that these steps are things you like to do, having to force yoyrself day after day to do something you dont want to do is doing you no good at all.
Book in a time to review these action steps monthly as they may need to change to keep you moving forwards.
I like doing something for 30 days, so monthly is perfect for me.
Now we have our action steps, we now need to do them. I prefer daily ones because if I take a day or 2 off I tend to get lazy and stop, this is where some form of accountability can be good while you build the habit. This could be your partner, or a work colleague. Perhaps you and someone you work with are both looking to eat healthier, you can hold each other accountable to have a healthy lunch each day. Or maybe you are looking for another job, perhaps your partner can hold you accountable to submitting 2 resumes a week. Accountability is a huge thing and really powerful. At the moment in my facebook group we have a group of us drinking 2 litres of water a day, I would have probably given up by now if others weren't doing it with me.
It will still take a certain amount of dicipline but it is so much easier.
Write your daily tasks down and pop your list on your fridge or bathroom mirror, anywhere you will see it regularly. If you have a packed day and won't fit it in, get up an hour earlier - make it non-negotiable.
Non-negotiable means absolutely no excuses.
Get tasks done first thing in the morning - eat that frog! For example I don't eat any rubbish food unless I've already had a healthy breakfast, this is because if i have a healthy breakfast I'm not as hungry so don't feel the need to eat rubbish, but I'm also still not denying myself of things I like (I just don't want it as much) and my non-negotiable is that I have a healthy breakfast.
So what are your non- negotiables for this month?
Mine at the moment are
- drink 2 litres of water a day
- have a healthy breakfast
- write a blog a day
- client sessions
- 10mins minimum meditation
I'm now adding in
- write for 30-60mins on a course or a book
- 30 - 60mins to myself to do something relaxing without interuption....yes one of my non-negotiables is to make time for doing something relaxing, otherwise I would just burnout - this is very important and balance is very much required.
Mini rewards work well too for keeping you going, if its weight loss then perhaps a spa treatment as a reward would be nice when you hgit a specific milestone.
Let me know how you get on!
There are times when we know we want to be able to just surrender and let go. We want the freedom that we can't reach while we are carrying such a huge amount of baggage. These could be commitments, beliefs, fears, attachments or maybe even experiences, in fact some of these experiences are where our beliefs or fears come from. The thing is we will never move forward while we are feeling so heavy. We have all heard the terms 'carrying a weight on their shoulders' or 'got a chip on their sholder', we say this because our shoulders represent carrying something, 'shouldering the blame' is another one. A physical symptom is having tension in our shoulders. Guilt, shame, anger, grief are all favourites for weighing us down, they are something we carry around with us every single day. We don't always notice it, but it's always there. So how can we lighten the load a little?
Yes it's as simple (and as difficult) as that.
This could be forgiving yourself, another person, or a situation but a fantastic to move forward is to forgive.
I would just like to point out here that forgiving isn't about condoning what happened or forgetting about it. It's about freeing you to move on and not let it affect you any more. You playing it over and over in your mind will make no difference, you holding a grudge will make no difference. It is you who this makes a difference to, nobody else. You owe it to yourself to free yourself from the weight you are carrying around when you feel like this.
How do we do this?
There are a number of different ways we can do this. Here are a few (and I've tried all of them!).
1. Just decide to let it go.
I forgive you / me and move on.
Now this to be honest was impossible for me, it may work for smaller issues but not deep hurts. It could be used though once the emotions aren't as strong.
2. Forgiveness Meditation
I have been trying this and I'm going to stick with it, but for some reason at the moment I just keep falling asleep during it!
3. Focus on the present
This to me is really just a way of sweeping it under the carpet, this definitely hasn't worked for me. Short term it can help, but it always seems to pop back up again. .
4. Venting in a journal
Now this is the way I like to do things :) its a great way to get it out your system, but can sometimes lack the closure needed.
5. Write a forgiveness letter to the other person, situation or to your younger self
This is similar to venting but it is a step on from venting. Write a letter, have a bit of a vent, explore your emotions and how you felt. You are not condoning what happened, just acknowledging it happened. You are not forgiving for anyone elses benefit other than your own, so it no longer affects your life.
Once you have written the letter, read it over, feel into it, then burn it!
It feels amazing to do this final step. Like you really are letting it go.
You may need to do this a few days in a row with some issues, just keep doing it until you feel less attached to it. Even writing a reply to your letter can be really helpful as well as it helps build compassion and gives you a different perspective, or perhaps write an apology letter if it is you who did something to someone else. Feel free to write whatever type of letter you like as long as you feel it leads to some form of closure.
What we are trying to do here is give a voice to these feelings you have, they should never be stuffed down and hidden, they will always pop up to bite you when it is least convenient.
Use your intuition and do it in a way that feels right to you.
Today I would like to talk a bit about healing, surrendering and allowing. This is a huge topic but I'd like to cover it as it feels relevant just now (this isn't a 'how wonderful am I that I healed myself' blog so please read as it does have a point)
Many of you know about my health issues I had a few years ago, they aren't all gone, but have improved dramatically. At the time in March 2014 I was stuck in my bed full of strong anti-inflammatories...... again.
I was approaching 40 that year and I became aware of the fact that I accepted this pain I had in my hips, I'd had it for about 7 years at this point and I was struck by the fact that I was going to live with this pain for the rest of my life, possibly the next 40 or 50 years. Restricted in so many ways. I had learned to move myself in certain ways so as not to aggrivate a flare up, but I was unable to do exercise; walking the dog or getting out the car the wrong way caused flare ups, flare ups meant a day in bed doped up.
I do believe this was both a physical and an emotional pain I was experiencing. It started in pregnancy, so was physical but it never went away. Emotionally I wasnt feeling happy or fulfilled in anyway, although I probably didnt realise that until later.
So March 2014 is probably when that awakening began.
For me the term awakening, or waking up is just a term for becoming aware of something that affects you, like the phrase 'a wake up call', it doesnt have to be spiritual or anything like that we wake up to many things as we move through life, like chemical free products for our new born babies, or realising you are just a number at work when working for a large company. These are 2 things I woke up to in my 20's.
In June 2015 I started going to an Osteopath for my hips, I was convinced he could fix me, in July 2015 I took a Reiki class, I had learned and understood much more about how energy healing works so decided this would be a good route for me. I was still attending treatment at my osteopath, and doing a little bit of reiki on myself too, although I wasnt very confident at the time, but I wasn't seeing any improvement and I was getting frustrated and impatient.
I trained as a reiki master in October and then ended up in crippling pain after being at an osteopath appointment, way more than I had experienced before.At the same time I ended up with gastroenteritis. I couldn't take my pain killers as I couldn't eat anything, I was completely wiped out, unable to give myself reiki, unable to get out of my bed.
But here is where I think something magical happened.......
I was forced to stop trying to heal myself, I was forced to surrender and just allow healing to happen.
I gave up!
By trying to fix myself, or even worse handing my power over for someone else to fix me, I was putting far too much pressure on myself and them. I had high expectations that these things would work, that they had to work. Why werent they working? What was I doing wrong?
Now I'm not saying that allowing others to help us is wrong, far from it infact. And the osteopaths I went to see were excellent at what they do. It is the pressure and the expectation that is put upon it that causes us to resist it. When we drop the expectations and the pressure, we stop resisting and we start allowing. This means that I stopped resisting the healing I was receiving, I had been blocking it by trying to hard, by getting impatient at the lack of results and tense and frustrated.
So why didn't I heal before I tried fixing myself?
Because I didn't hold the intention to be well and healthy........ It took work with a life coach to make me realise the benefits having this pain gave me. A simple one was getting a guilt free day in my bed. There were other reasons as well, but they really can be as simple and ridiculous as that. I tended to feel guilty about a lot of things so getting a day off was complete bliss, no-one had any expectations of me, there was no pressure and I could just stay in bed and sleep all day.
Today 10th Jan 2017 I am heading out to my first badminton club in a very long time (almost 20 years!)
I have played a few times over the last month and have absolutely no pain in my hips at all! Badminton was my benchmark for knowing all was ok again. Over 2016 I have been doing some rock climbing and yoga (other things which previously I never thought possible) which have helped build my confidence and flexibility in my hips.
What has worked for me is letting go of the pressure expectation brings, and just setting the intention for my hips to be well and healthy. I still get mouth ulcers, and my intention now is for these to stop as well. It will happen when the time is right <3
Incidently I did use Reiki regularly once I was well enough, which I believe supported my healing (please check out this blog of mine showing evidence of energy healing working), but the main thing was that my attitude towards it changed, it was never forced. I only gave myself reiki when I felt like doing it and eventually I just noticed I wasnt doing it as much.
We don't need to do anything to allow our bodies to receive healing, we just need to stop blocking it.
It is believed by many, that we are all connected and have access to an inner knowledge. This inner knowledge or wisdom comes in the form of intuition, or connecting with our 'higher self', or just a gut feeling or a knowing. Science is now suggesting that we are all connected to each other, like we are plugged into some sort of matrix where we can access knowledge and wisdom.
To me these insights feel like ideas, inspiration, you can tell they are true and good because they feel amazing, they excite you, and your passion builds. That is of course until fear kicks in and tells you not to be silly, that its not possible, that only certain people can do those sort of things....
This is a good example of figuring out if it is inspiration or fear thats talking. If it is intuitiuon it is your 'higher self' telling you that this is something you could do, like a passion. It feels amazing and so exciting, you can actually feel the buzz run through your entire body!
Fear does not feel like this, fear feels heavy, a 'back to reality' sort of feeling. It's a voice that says "you can't". As I've mentioned in previous blogs, fear is there for a reason, and often it is the same fear that will stop you. The mind likes things to stay the same, if you start changing things in your life the mind will seriously resist, especially if it's a big change from what you normally do. The mind likes us to maintain habits. It knows it is safe when it is repeating the same things over and over.
So we have established the difference between fears and inspiration/insights.
How do we access these?
The first thing we can do is stop being so busy, slow down, take some deep breaths and relax. Slowing your breath will relax your muscles and reduce your heart rate, taking you into a more relaxed state. Take even just 10 minutes for some deep breaths, go outside and take a walk. Being in nature helps to calm your mind. Or sit still and try meditating, the purpose of meditating for me is to quieten (not silence) my mind, to stop it running through the todo list for the day and causing stress. If you are still struggling to calm the mind then give it a job, focus on your breathing, repeat a mantra, look at a candle, look at a symbol and trace it with your eyes. You could also listen to some meditation music or hold a crystal.
Before you know it something will pop into your head, it may not feel exactly right straight away but give it a few minutes to sort itself out and your inspiration or insight will be there. If it doesnt, it doesnt matter. You can try again later. You have still provided an excellent service to your body and allowed it to move into a relaxed, stress free, healing state. Maybe that is all it needed at that moment in time.
But I'm too busy!
If you have a deadline, are too busy and are struggling with something, step away from what you are doing. You have become overwhelmed and need a break. You need this quiet space even more!
If deap breathing or meditating doesnt sit well with you, just do something completely different, you will be amazed how the right idea just pops into your head when you are focusing on something else.
I hope you got somethig from this post and please share any posts that you feel help you or may help someone else.
Since the New Year, or infact just before it, I dug out a favourite book of mine called Soul Plan by Blue Marsden. It's a fascinating book that a friend told me about last year and helps us to identify our worldly and spiritual challenges, talents and goals, as well as our soul destiny.
Soul Plan - Blue Marsden
It is totally spot on for me in the challenges and goals, and some of the talents are even ringing true as well as I've followed and made some changes in my life over the last couple of years.... but as always I found myself focusing on the challenges, and on the negative side of the talents (which is where you are if you are not embracing your talent). I became almost obsessive about understanding this side of things, even though most of it is in the past.
Why is it we obsess over what is wrong with us?
I did eventually realise what I was doing and stopped and switched my focus, awareness really is half the battle sometimes.
Focussing on the parts we are trying to leave behind does us no good, but acknowledging what we are letting go of is part of the process, giving it a voice and acknowledging it is an excellent start to letting go. Giving it a voice then holding onto it isn't so good though, This is us still holding onto it.
Since our mind likes to be busy, a great way to occupy it is to focus on what you do want... and in this case it is for me to be embracing my talents! It feels so much less stressful to embrace those amazing talents, these are what help me move towards my goals. Embrace them as if you already have them and over coming your challenges becomes a breeze!
Regardless of if you believe in Soul Destiny, if it can be determined by a birth date or a birth name, it really doesnt matter, what matters is that we focus on what we want in life.
It sounds so easy, yet it can be so difficult.
Maybe we could try and help each other by asking those we speak to, friends, what they want rather than indulging in the problems they have. It is so easy to get swept into that thought process where we talk about what is wrong rather than what is right in our lives..... why do we do that anyway?
Well perhaps negative events have a greater impact on our brains than positive ones, our mind tries everything it can to keep us safe. This explains why we have to become aware of what is happening before we can interrupt the thought pattern, before we disappear down that rabbit hole. We have no control over our thoughts so to try and stop these negative thoughts is impossible. But since the mind needs to be busy, the best way to interrupt it is to fill it with events that help us feel good.
We do still need to acknowledge and allow a voice for what we are letting go of, be it emotions, thoughts, feelings or experiences, but the trick is that once you are aware allow yourself to let it go as it no longer serves you. Acknowledge the lessons you have learned and let it go.
A simple yes I hear you, but now I am focusing on...............
Only then can you move forward and replace those thoughts, feelings emotions or experiences we have let go of with something else that does serve us and makes our life easier.
Today a few of us in my facebook Group decided to encourage each other to drink more water and see if we can stick to 2L a day. We are also discussing flavouring our water with fruit, and charging it with crystals. Today a l;ovely lady asked about the crystals we use in our drinking water, so I thought this would be a good topic for todays blog.
I'll start from the beginning,
Why would we use crystals in our drinking water?
If you haven't already had a look please check out my free course on How Energy Healing Works - this will explain in detail how and why this side of things works. But for now if you have looked at the course or already understand how energy healing works you will know that we live in a vibrational world. All information we take into our bodies through our eyes, our skin, our food etc carries a particular vibration.
Water is particularly easy to manipulate as well and very easily entrains to a dominant vibration e.g. the vibration of a crystal which is a fixed vibration that rarely changes due to its structure. So we can infuse the water we drink with crystals and the water will take on the frequency of the crystal very easily.
Since our bodies are made up of approx. 60% of water, it is really important that water we take into our bodies is of a healthy vibration. As we drink crystal infused water it gets to every part of our bodies promoting healthy cells and therefore promoting health and wellbeing.
And it is so easy to do!!
Are all crystals safe to use?
However, some crystals, particularly ones containing copper, are toxic to us and we should never put these directly into our drinking water. Other crystals disolve in water if they have a Mohs hardness of less than 5 - a quick check on google will let you know the Mohs hardness of each stone or crystal. Generally speaking all crystals ending in -ite are below 5 and cannot be used directly in water.
So how can we infuse our crystal water without putting the crystals directly into the it?
There are a number of different ways and feel free to get creative with this. I personally created a charging plate to pooop on my table and place my jug of water on - I did this using principles of organite and a crystal grid. But this isnt essential....
You could simply place a crystal beside your jug of water or tape a crystal onto the side of your drinking bottle or glass.
*I would like to add that it is just the energy and vibration that is added to the water so any toxicity is not infused using these methods.
An alternative method I have seen would be to pop crystals into a test-tube and sit this in the water which would also work really well.
So get creative and see what ideas you come up with, what combinations suit you and how you feel. Please join us in the group if you would like support to keep you on track drinking 2Litres of lovely water a day. Check out my freebies page for more info. Adding crystals to your water is so easy to add into your daily routine so give it a go!