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Welcome. The Spaces Between is my little corner to express and nurture my creative soul.  I create, explore and write about slowing down, gratitude, eating and living naturally, whole foods, new recipes, daily inspiration and adventures in living a simple life where less is more.  

You may also be interested to read about my continuing exploration to right an imbalance. Way back in 2005 my body became imbalanced (if it must be labelled it's Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome). I feel tired, restricted and frustrated at times.  And though finding a way to right the imbalance is a complicated journey it's one worth taking. To live a nourished life and support my health I'm learning to find pleasures in simple things, eating well, loving more, laughing more, reading the printed word, connecting to my community, calming my nervous system, staying present and doing more of what I love. 

The Spaces Between is a reminder to take pause, to shift the switch from chaos to calm and notice the beauty in life we may have missed if we'd continued to rush by.

Natalie x


{This page was updated on 1 July 2013}

13 comments:

  1. Lovely to find your blog through Che & Fidel. Not sure if you are still on your journey to feel better, however thought I would link you to East & West Healing.....I have just completed a course called the Metabolic Blueprint - just incredible. Never felt better ...won't go into my story here, however if you are open to challenging mainstream nutrition check it out.

    Take care, (another) Natalie x

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    1. Hi Natalie! Lovely to meet you. Yep I'm always up for new food/health information,so very excited to have a few new avenues to explore and intrigued about east & west healing. I spotted some of your blog post titles that i'm super eager to read. Yes I'm still on the health healing journey, and in a 'confused' about what is the 'right' way to eat, so the timing of Jodi's post and your contact is perfect. Nat x

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  2. Love your work!

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  3. i just found your blog and read your recipes and i feel like i've been eating rubbish,haha.
    i should try to eat more healhty.

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    1. Hi Niken, lovely to hear from you. Glad to be able to provide a little recipe inspiration x

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  4. Hey Natalie,

    Just found your blog. Love the line "if it must be labeled" I am the same way about my "conditions" as I call them! I hate labels !! (especially since people assume CFS is just being tired) I just started a blog recently and my very first post touched on this! I too can relate to the " countless hours " of trying things but I refuse to give up! Excited to explore your blog more. I LOVE food too.

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  5. I just found your blog through The Hunter Woman. My name is Mandy and Jess and i are going to work together on this little project. Your blog is beautiful, so are your words and your pictures. I look forward to browsing through your pages.

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    1. Hello Mandy! And thanks for stopping by. You are Jess and going to make awesome things happen on The Hunter Woman. Oh and I love Dress me up! very fun, and I see I've found another fan of red saltwater's. x

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  6. How lovely to have come across your blog! /maria

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  7. Hi Natalie, your blog is gorgeous, so happy to have found you :) I don't have chronic fatigue, but have adrenal issues and can really relate to what you write about. Looking forward to exploring your blog :)

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  8. Hi Natalie! My name is Cameron and I have a quick question about your blog. I was hoping you could email me when you have a moment. Thank you so much! :)

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  9. Beautiful musings Natalie

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thank you for sharing your thoughts. i love reading each and every comment x