Hello! I’m Elisha Wildblood.
Welcome to Nourish ~ Nurture ~ Shine.
A place filled with wholesome and delicious recipes alongside inspiring articles on raising healthy and happy kids, and taking care of yourself while you’re at it.
I support families in creating a lifestyle that encourages:
:: a strong, nourished and energised body;
:: a heart filled with gratitude and self worth;
:: a mind that has all the tools and habits in place to anchor into ‘calm’ as well as expand out brightly to dream up big, beautiful things.
I am all for empowering families to shine their brightest.
I’m a former Early Years Teacher, a Certified Holistic Health Coach with a burning passion for children’s health and wellbeing. I am also a certified CTC, NLP, EFT, Hypnosis and Reiki practitioner. I focus on emotional and mental wellbeing as well as physical health for the whole family. You can get to know me better here You can find out the many ways that I can support you here
The latest on the blog …
These nutritious quinoa balls, packed with vegetables, are delicious and are perfect for the lunchbox or an easy week night dinner when you’re busy.read more
Overwhelm can take shape in many ways and visit for many different reasons.
These are the strategies I use daily to surf the sea of overwhelm.
Some are for getting through the moment once you’re in it, others are long haul survival tips – both are important.
I love plums.
Especially when they are fresh, sweet and juicy. This Granola will be gone in a flash so make extras and serve with fresh fruit and a dollop of creamy yoghurt. My kids make their own granola pots by layering the ingredients in and then devouring it.
Smoothies are the ultimate express breakfast.
They offer a golden opportunity to provide your body with a burst of fresh flavour, nutrients, minerals, enzymes and nourishing goodness in each and every sip. They are fast to make and easy to take with you.
The flavour possibilities are endless.
I find that the use of colour and shapes can really entice children’s imaginations and spark their interest. It doesn’t have to be difficult and mother nature generously provides us with a kaleidoscope of colours to play with. This Chia pudding is the perfect example and makes a scrumptious breakfast or snack.read more
Do you have trouble getting your kids to eat enough fruit and vegetables?
Sometimes a new way of serving it or a fun way to eat it can ignite their interest and get them excited.
Kids have an inherent love of FUN, so anything that has the fun factor will tickle their fancy.
Here are a few of the ways we eat fruit and vegetables and other healthy goodness in our house. These are delicious for us adults too, if you find you’re not getting enough vibrant fruit and veg in your day.
I feel one of the most valuable gifts we can bestow on our children is a a happy and healthy relationship to food – and equally – a full tank of self-love, so they remain firm in the belief that they are worthy of self care & a beautiful life filled with health + happiness. Seeing food as a form of nourishment and fuel for our precious and miraculous bodies is key! Here are some simple ways to do this …read more
Health and flavour bombs you can add to your dishes to amp up the health benefits for your body as well as the flavour factor for your meal …read more
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