I like mine with almond milk, sometimes coconut milk, other times oat milk. I used to have it black, but recently I learned how to make vegan milk and it turned out to be part of my morning ritual. My favourite one at the moment. I add the fresh and warm milk to a strong black coffee just out from the coffee machine.
Just a little bit of pleasure to a mundane thing as coffee making.
Hello you, Monday morning here. Lots of sunshine and really warm, we are in the middle of a heatwave. No complaints on my part, I’m trying to soak up all the solar energy before the return of the gray days.
I visited a garden close to my home yesterday and the orange coloured flowers called my attention. I had to check out the meaning of orange colour. It’s all about energy, creativity, joy, positive vibes …, it is a combo of red and yellow: Energy from red and happiness from yellow. I just love it! And I really need it, my creativity is down at the moment.
I also looked up which chakra orange represents, it’s the Sacral chakra:
Meaning: “This chakra represents and governs your emotional state and sense of creativity,” says Singh. And as such, it’s the source of sensitivity, sexuality, intimacy, and self-expression, says Poon: “Often, the sacral chakra needs to be cleared of stuck energy from traumas and pent-up emotions in order to heighten your creativity and ability to express your truest self.”7 Chakra Colors and Meanings
Yes, all about letting go of traumas and being creative. So, I decided to start my week writing this post.
Hope you have a great week ahead, full of orange colour around you! 🙂
It has been a couple of weeks since I finishedit’s the little things challenge. I haven’t posted since then and I miss this space. The summer is going by fast, it’s almost midsummer, and I’m enjoying every bit of it. My garden is gorgeous, with many flowers and vegetables.
We have lots of cucumbers and our first zucchini, of the season, was harvested this weekend. The tomatoes are coming along.
The queen of my garden right now is the hydrangea bush, just gorgeous. And it’s a perfect subject for my macro lens.
Hope you are enjoying the summer!
A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.