Thursday, 10 September 2009

Wanna Help Me Tell Oprah Abt Raw...??? ;)

Dear lovenuggets, I am on a mission. I'd love to share my story with Oprah Winfrey on her TV Show and I would value your input on this matter :)

I am currently in the process of putting together a package of goodies to send Oprah's team to help share my story. One of the things I intend to send is a proposed show outline of things we could cover in a programme, if they'd love to have me as a guest ;) I would love to hear ideas from y'all about this: what do you think would make up a great show on raw foods/weight loss/emotional eating? Suggested conversation topics? Food demos? Other segment ideas?

What do you feel would best help the audience relate to the idea of 'natural' weight loss, recovery from emotional eating, slowly including more raw foods, stepping away from highly processed/refined items and so on?

That is one way you could help with this project. The other would be testimonials. I'd love to send Oprah a yummy little stack of testimonials of people whose lives have shifted since going raw, especially if that involves weight release/recovery from emotional eating/inspiration from my story/pics/videos/blog etc. Testimonials can be just a sentence or two - they don't need to be long ;)

If you have something along these lines you'd love to share, please email it to me at and we'll collect them up for Queen O ;) If you're feeling especially inspired, you could also even go to the Oprah site and fill in the form HERE suggesting that they have me as a guest and why (perhaps in the 'self-help' or 'health' categories?) ;) That would be very much appreciated...

THANK YOU in advance to any of you who feel the flow to help out with this intention – let's see how it unfolds ;)

on September the 7th I loved:

1 quart water

3 cups greeeeeeeeen juice: lettuces, sunflower greens, parsley, purslane, fennel, ginger

bowl of energy soup with piece of Lydia's Sunflower Bread and almond butter, followed by last chunk of a raw bar sample

1 quart water

bowl of chia pudding mixed with lucuma powder, spirulina, masses of fresh goji berries from Fresno and a little creamy almond butter

1 quart water

THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for the monumental inaugural interview on The Raw Food World Radio Show between Mr. Monarch and David Wolfe... Next up is the one and only Shazzie, raw food diva extraordinaire from the UK, author, mama, artist, visionary, lover of life, dancer with the divine, mover-shaker, recipe-maker - she does it all and she does it with frilly knickers on - are you ready for this...??? ;)
Mr. M will be connecting to Shazzieworld via the telephonic system on Friday September the 25th from 7pm Eastern time (4pm west coast, midnight UK time) - this will surely be an ext-raw-dinary meeting of two raw Aquarian (=rawquaria
n ;) minds, so please join in the fun by signing up for this FREE event, HERE...

on September the 8th I was overjoyed to munch on:

1 quart water

1 quart organic watermelon juice

shotglass orange juice

2 Tbsp bee pollen

2 cups greeeeeeeeeeeen juice: celery, cucumber, zucchini, parsley, lettuce, fennel, ginger, lemon

3 cups water

1.5 cups greeeeeeeeeeeen juice: celery, cucumber, zucchini, parsley, lettuce, fennel, ginger, lemon

1 Tbsp bee pollen

2 cups greeeeen juice: celery, cucumber, spinach, parsley, ginger

bowl of blended yummmmm: apples, Irish Moss gel, freeze–dried durian, with freeze–dried rambutan pieces on the side :)

3 cups water

on September the 9th I loved:

1 quart water

3 cups organic watermelon juice

3 cups greeeeeen juice: celery, cucumber, fennel, romaine, zucchini, parsley, ginger, lemon

2 cups water

3 Tbsp bee pollen

30 chlorella 'nuts'

2 cups goji berry juice with Marine Phytoplankton

bowl of energy soup with spicy soaked/dehydrated pumpkin seeds on the side, followed by a little 'yumpot' of powders mixed with Incan berry soak water: mesquite, maca, lucuma, cinnamon, vanilla

1 quart water

Here's an inspiring little quote that came in recently via the ever–lovely you're perhaps sensing you're 'waaaaaay too stuck' in old habits and patterns to make significant shifts in YOUR life and reality, here is a great snippet from Dan Millman about building new habits:

“This initiatory period of change may last from one to six weeks, or even longer. Unless the desire to change remains strong, body and mind tend to return to old, familiar patterns. It takes time--from three to six months--for old habits to become obsolete. By the end of that time, you’ll have adapted to a new pattern. In a sense, you’ll have found a new way of life.” ~ Dan Millman from Body Mind Mastery

I loved reading good to be reminded that it can take time for new habits to feel established, especially if they're replacing habits we have been bouncing around for decades... ;)

Enjoy the journeys, dear ones...

All love,
Ms. Sto-Mo. xxx

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