Not sure how many of you have seen Tarah Shannon's videos and website
But I personally have been so blessed by her. It's nice to see the other videos of people playing in the sun and the surf and some tropical paradise. But reality for many of us is WINTER. So I thought it would be fun/interesting to see who's doing hcrv in winter weather and find out how it's going, what you are doing to keep your goals etc.
For me connecting with people is important for encouragement. THANKS TARAH!!
Also doing outside exercise and indoor exercise.
Perhaps someone more technologically advanced could post all tarah's videos in this thread and I think Chris Randall has some good videos on this too. I figure I can use the encouragement and so can all the other winter fruities out there. So share what you are doing and finding to eat etc.
Everytime I sit down to a bowl of winter fruit I treat it as a tropical mini vacation.
I really like that. I love my huge bowl of Papaya, kiwi, mangoes with blueberries or raspberries - each morning. Sometimes I squeeze Cara Cara orange juice all over it. YUM!!! Yes Mini Vacation!! Are we just so blessed!!
do you guys eat frozen berries? i dont really want to but with only unorganic fresh strawberries available i think i might need to
ok maybe I will find some here to order!
Both of us representing the interior :)
At least we can both get bananas, dates and citrus up here! We're so lucky.
Thanks for your support <3
yum. this sounds delicious. where do you get frozen mango from? is there a good brand
does anyone know how to tell when citrus like mandarin is ripe?
Here's my newest video:
I'm living in Amsterdam the Netherlands and its -2 degrees outsite
i'm on the Raw livestyle for 6 years now and living the 80/10/10 rv for 1 year now
and feeling GOOD!!!!!!
i'm a music composer?producer and work mostly inside the studio
its great here we have al the fruits its orange season and the navelina oranges are great right now
Great to hear Chico!
I't winter up in Canada, and I'm doin fine :) Bananas are everywhere, and I found a store that sells them for 57cents! normally they go for 97cents (a pound)