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Wellness Wednesday: Matcha Latte

Drew and I are just getting back from an incredible weekend road tripping to Milwaukee where this band killed downtown! Check out the recent clip here.

I was the only female aboard the van that carried all of the band equipment with 4 guys. Needless to say, it was a cramped trip but totally worth every second to see the guys in action in a new city!


Getting back into the groove today I could feel my body calling for some outdoor meditation among the newly fallen leaves. Paired with my intention setting cards and cosmic mala necklace. 

The rose quartz in this necklace is said to balance the emotions, raise self-esteem, restore confidence and open the heart to all types of love. It carries a gentle feminine energy of compassion, peace + healing which is everything I need to balance out today. ~Tiny Devotions 

Sipping down my favorite matcha latte, you can find the recipes here and pin it for later as well!

The Bohemian Blonde Cosmic Matcha Latte

What you’ll need:

+ ½ cup hot filtered water

+ ½ cup organic light coconut milk

+ 1 teaspoon matcha tea powder (this is the kind I use from Amazon)

+ 1 tablespoon raw honey

  How to make it:

  1. Add the matcha tea powder to a small amount of hot water in a coffee mug

  2. Using the bamboo whisk, whisk to eventually make to make a thick, green paste.

  3. In a small pan, warm coconut milk (do not boil, just warm)

  4. Pour the hot coconut milk and water into the paste and stir.

  5. Stir honey in at this time

  6. Enjoy!

  7. Optional: meditation to clear your mind and begin your day

Seana The Bohemian Blonde

Seana is a Health + Wellness Coach who believes in living a powerful life where you are the driver of your destiny. She shares clean eating ideas, workouts, meditations, holistic wellbeing and more on her blog, The Bohemian Blonde, and currently helps over 200+ members in an online community called Motivated Mavens.

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