I’ve been having bad thoughts. They’re Pete Evans-related.
I know, I’m not alone. But actually, they’re about Pete’s wife, Nicola Robinson Evans.
Before you throw your phone out of the window, curse me and Mamamia and all of the online universe for not letting women just lead their own goddam lives, for judging, for ‘tearing women down’, please let me throw some disclaimers your way.
Today, like everyday, we are guided by the Moon, enlivened by the Sun, nourished by the Earth & empowered by LOVE! In alignment with the new Moon, we purify our space to allow an abundance of room for fresh inspiration & we open our hearts to evoke a deeper, evolutionary union with the cosmic love that weaves a pure & sacred connection within all LIFE! #newmoon in Capricorn ????♑️
I have never met Nicola Robinson Evans, but I know people who have.
They say she’s lovely. She’s certainly been making Evans very happy for years now, and looks to be a wonderful, caring step-mum to his two girls. I know she does a lot of kind things for animals, and you go girl, and live your best life and all of those things.
But on Sunday Night when I was watching the interview with her and Pete from their beautiful farm in Byron Bay I was entirely distracted from what they were saying.
Distracted by the fact that someone who tells me bread is un-natural, processed and unhealthy appears to have an entrenched enthusiasm for chemically-assisted fillers and implants.
Woah. I know. Harsh. I’m talking about another woman’s face. It’s not nice.
But think about it. Pete Evans and Nicola – who is on Instagram as Nutrition Mermaid and is deserving of your follow IMMEDIATELY – think that adding flouride to water is dangerously un-natural.