Today I’m sharing my space with Sal Tait-Knight from Berry Sweet Life – a beautiful healthy food and lifestyle blog.
Sal loves cooking and baking with the freshest, most wholesome and nutritious ingredients. Pop on over to her site for mouth-wateringly delicious meals, side dishes, breakfasts, smoothies, drinks and sweet treats plus she has even published an e-book cookbook that you can download for FREE!
Read on below for more about Sal…
That the older I get, the more I have to learn! There is always more to discover – especially about ourselves.
That being said there are a few things I know for sure:
I am enough for the world, and the world is enough for me.
This world is full of beauty if we’re willing to see it.
There are so many good people out there.
We create the life we think we deserve.
Animals are awesome.
I am completely in love with my life right now. This is a new and sometimes astonishing feeling for me! But I love where I live, I love what I do, I love my incredible boyfriend, and I love every human that I have surrounded myself with these past 3 years. Oh, and I love food and any kind of travel adventure!
I like to read books that inspire me to open my mind and see things differently, my absolute favourite book to date has been The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein. It’s an eye-opening and life affirming read.
Above all else, I want to be helpful. If I can make a tiny ripple of positive difference in this world, then I’m happy.
I’d also like to travel anywhere and everywhere – I want to see as much of the world as possible.
I was born and raised in Zimbabwe, so I’m a bit of a bush baby who does not like the cold…I am most comfortable in shorts and a T-shirt, but I get pretty excited about flowy summer dresses and pretty accessories too!
I absolutely need to eat a super clean, healthy diet about 80% of the time. I also need moderation – I’m not completely fanatical about anything, a little ice-cream now and then is good for the soul! And I need to get my yoga and cardio sessions in every week, I just feel better when I do.
I need to be patient with myself, and make every effort to see the good in me, so that I can see the good in others – and there is so much good to see!
Thanks for sharing a snippet of your story Sal.
Images: Sal Tait-Knight