Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Films For Action

Films worth watching, change your future, look after this planet, look after each other, look after yourself.

Wake up. Take action. Now.

Share with others! Connect, inspire. Thanks for sharing and inspiring Theresa, I support you!

Friends, the point is we can all do something about something, and it can start with just waking up.

             All of your ideas and input are brilliant!!

....that could just mean opting for a 'film for action' rather than the next Wollyhood shockbooster starring Paris Hilton or the Queen.

....and not stuffing your face with fake whippy cheese chemical dip and cardboard gmo corn crackers. 

Love your body and give it nutritional love, try homemade hummous with some cayenne pepper for a kick and carrot sticks to dunk into it, great source of Vitamin A for healthy skin.

Need something sweeter to fill that emotional hunger? Take action and try bliss balls to help :)

Bliss Balls are packed with good fats from the walnuts to feed your brain, take a look at them, they look like a brain, yep thats right, and the balls of bliss are full of fiber from the dates, which also provide energy-fueling carbohydrates and have more potassium than bananas.  Cacao nibs are high in antioxidants and are the purest chocolate you'll find.

1.5 cup walnuts
1/2 cup cacao nibs
2 cup dates
2 tsp coconut, plus more for rolling (optional)
enough water to make it sticky

Grind nuts in a food processor. Add in dates, cacao and coconut. Blend until mixed, lick spoon, then slowly add in water until the mixture is sticky but stays together. Roll into golf ball-sized balls, and cover with shredded coconut. Lick fingers and eat leftover sticky bits with gusto. Bliss balls remain fresh in an air-tight container for a week.  Disclaimer: not all balls of bliss can be put in air tight containers for a week.

Enjoy the movies folks. Start with Food Inc!


  1. Spanx Chelle!! Love your positivity and inspiration! I'm def gunna try my hand at making some Bliss balls!


  2. Love the Bliss Balls recipe.... off to the shops for supplies :)

    Thanks for sharing the film site - some personal fave's are "Forks Over Knives", "The War you Don't See" and I don't know if it's there or not but I highly recommend watching "Bag It"

    Much love!! x.