For this magazine, everything that has been on Gem so far, and probably some things which have not been featured, is a huge help! And will ultimately lead to the following. Talking about the absolute right nutrition, your circadian rhythm, taking the needed supplements, practicing mindfulness and making vision boards, writing yourself future letters, changing … Continue reading Gem Magazine May: Future me →
Although you won’t hear it tick, your body has its own clock. The physical and mental changes it causes are called circadian rhythms. Most living things have them, including animals, plants, and even some germs. Circadian rhythms affect your sleep patterns as well as other ways your body works, like your hormones, body temperature, and … Continue reading Gem Magazine April: Circadian Rhythms →
I think the title says it all! For a while (this week) I’ve been developing easy smoothies, especially after a ski-trip for example. Adjust the quantities according to taste. Mix in the dry ingredients first! Talking about experience. Otherwise lots of unnecessary splashing ahead. 1/2 avocado A banana 1 tbsp of Chia 1 tbsp of … Continue reading GEM Kitchen: Coconut smoothie →
Published in 2021, the book is a New York Times bestseller. Some text straight from The Intuitive Fasting: “Your goal during Week 4 is to rebalance the most intricate hormones in your system, which means you are tailoring your approach to support: • Improved thyroid and sex hormone health • Leptin and ghrelin balance, which … Continue reading Gem Bookshelf: Intuitive Fasting, Dr. Will Cole →
Ever known someone who had a heart or a brain incident of some kind? Because on the body everything is interconnected. I don’t think that’s even Asian medicine, it’s well aware in Western medicine as well! Ok, so let’s start with the interconnectness of everything in this cholesterol issue. The Danish footballer had a sudden … Continue reading Gem Medical: Cholesterol →
Ever had a dream that literally changed the direction of your life? This Gem Winter Magazine is going to be a vision board come to life as a text. Whether you dream of the things that had already happened or are going to happen in the future. Here comes the headline to fruition: “dreams don’t … Continue reading Feb/March Gem Magazine: Dreams don’t work unless you do →
Published in 2016, The Chemist is Meyer’s novel for adult-readers along with The Host. Stephenie Meyer is a remarkable writer who lets the words describe a world she wants the reader to see. Now, being a very visual person myself, you kind of visualise the scenes. Keeping that in mind that Meyer is such a … Continue reading GEM Bookshelf: The Chemist, Stephenie Meyer →
“I have bought Golden opinions from all sorts of people.” – William Shakespeare Macbeth, Act 1, Scene 7 The first Gem Magazine of the year 2022 is about opinions. About assumptions we people tend to make. As master Shakespeare said it; nowadays it’s about buying golden opinions of from the media, of from the news … Continue reading Gem Magazine January issue: Golden opinions →
“When I was spending my July holidays in the Kalahari Desert as a child, I didn’t imagine I would be doing high fashion in America in my 70s. #AWomanMakesAPlan Yet your life changes, and you need to make another plan. Aim for happiness @IMGmodels #ItsGreatToBe71“ Maye was a guest on a podcast by Vishen (The … Continue reading GEM Bookshelf: A Woman Makes A Plan, Maye Musk →
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