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Highlights with the Greenies

Beloved ones! How has your week been? What are you planning for the weekend? 

This week has been fun. Settling into a new routine at work. With the slowing down of COVID comes the ramping up of everything else! 

However, on an up note, the slowing down of COVID has definitely given me space to get so much more clarity about my goals, my calling and even the kind of person I want to be. 

How about you?

So, this week’s highlights have been: 


  • 1 – Podcast

So here is a controversial podcast on COVID 19. Very, very confronting. Called How Diet is Driving Covid-19 outcomes. With Mark Hyman and Dr Aseem Malhotra, a cardiologist. It really makes you think about what we prioritise in life when without our health it is all just smoke and mirrors. Have a listen and let me know what you think. 


  • 2 – Recipe

Easiest Chicken Adobo.

I need each and every one of you to learn how to make this epic recipe. It is easy and delicious and once you have it once you will make it at least once a week. Guaranteed. 

I LOVE it and Greenie LOVES it. Sometimes I make it with veggies. Eggplant Adobo? Incredible! And if you want to substitute the white rice for brown? Do it! 

Any hoo Make it and then message me. It will make my day. 


A Winter Survival Idea: Soup Group. I loved this idea. Mostly cause I LOVE soup and LOVE easy dinner parties. This sounds cosy, warm and lovely. I would make my favourite chicken soup which I learned from my Mum. At the end of COVID I am hosting a Soup party! 


  • 4 – Music

Have you heard Chris Renzema- Let the Ground Rest. The album is glorious. 

Such a soulful voice. So so good. Especially love the violin.

That’s the highlights from the Greenies! Stay tuned as we are planning to start weekly videos on Facebook called “Up Close – #WiththeGreenies.” 

Have an incredible week my beloved ones. 

You are DEEPLY loved and Richly cherished. 

Dr Christine Greenwood

Own Your Health

Changing the way You Think, Eat and Live. 


Wink. I think I am a bit of an introvert. There are parts of Self Isolating that I have enjoyed. I like nesting with my Greenie and having him to myself. He is pretty dreamy. The release of social expectations has actually been really lovely… Does anyone feel the same? On the other hand…. I really miss going out to cafes and being shoulder to shoulder at a busy market. Seriously at this stage, I miss people bumping into me and pushing in at the shops. Never thought I would miss that! Now does that make me an introvert or an extravert? Not sure!?

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