Turmeric and Coconut Tea

I turn thirty this year, which is difficult to digest considering I still don’t know what a 401K is, and I have the face of a fetus:

girl with dog

Told you.

But I started this year with resolutions to change my life for the better for a few reasons:

  1. I have a feeling this is what Oprah would want, and I make it a habit to please Oprah.
  2. I have family and friends I love, and I want to be the best version of me possible for them.
  3. I find that parenting is often best served by example. 

And finally: I love me, so why not prove it?

I’ll be blogging my journey along the way, hopefully giving you inspiration to love yourself as much as possible, too.

Turmeric and Coconut Tea

If you want to do something kind for yourself, I highly suggest detoxing. I’ve been getting my detox on via yoga here lately, and as one of my yogi inspirations, Adriene, puts it, “you’ve got to find what feels good.”

And a tea that cleanses plus is pleasantly sweet? That feels good to me.

Turmeric and Coconut Tea

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 tsp. organic ground turmeric
  • 1/2 tsp. cinammon
  • 1 tsp. raw honey
  • 1 pinch pepper
  • Coconut milk
  • Boiling water

DIRECTIONS

Put all of the ingredients in a mug (except for the coconut milk) and pour boiling water until the cup is filled halfway. Steep for three minutes then add coconut milk until the cup is full.

Stir and drink!

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