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The Wellness Warrior Tour 2014

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What an amazing start to 2014!

I was blessed with the great honour to have toured every city in Australia with my great friend Jess Ainscough as apart of her brilliant book launch for “Make Peace with your Plate.” She’s such an inspiring soul and an incredible human, beating cancer everyday by just changing her lifestyle. There’s more to it than just that, but if i were to explain it, i wouldn’t do it justice, you HAVE TO READ HER BOOK!! It’s just such an incredible story and one that should be screamed from mountain tops everywhere. I highly recommend it to anybody, especially those who are craving a new lifestyle and wants to shake the old ways.

It really struck me with how many people are looking for something new, something to inspire them and the energy at every show was electric. I had the best seat in the house and it had a major effect on me and definitely changed my life.

Here is her blog and you’ll find everything you need to know about her here:

I also had the great honour, whilst on tour to have met some inspirational people from all walks of life. The phenomenal list of people who i shared this tour with and who are changing the world are listed below.

Cyndi O’Meara  who wrote the book “Changing Habits Changing Lives”

James Colquhoun who made the films Food Matters and Hungry For Change

This was in Brisbane with Cyndi O’Meara and James Colquhoun

Aussie singer/songwriter Lisa Mitchell

superstar AFL player and Hay House author Heritier Lumumba (formerly known as Harry O’Brien)

The beautiful Melissa Ambrosini

The very inspiring Pete Evans

Aussie music legend Paul Reid (Drapht) – who also owns his own incredible organic cafe in Perth called “Solomons” one of the best cafes i’ve had the pleasure of eating in.

the very cool and inspiring Nat Kringoudis

It was truly the best start to a year i have ever had!

Thankyou Jess!

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  1. Melissa Ambrosini - 03/03/2014 6:32 pm

    Beautiful post darling,

    It was such a pleasure sharing the stage with you and watching you do your thang.

    Love you to the moon and back.


  2. linda - 10/03/2014 3:05 pm

    Please can I ask, what does ‘beating cancer’ mean if she still has cancer, as she recently disclosed on her blog? I think Jess and her colleagues need to be a bit clearer about that.

    • wes.carr - 10/03/2014 7:53 pm

      Hi Linda. I wrote, “beating cancer everyday” which implies, her lifestyle combats her dis-ease. I admire Jess very much and have learnt a lot from her positive attitude. There is no right or wrong in anything we do. Be kind. Love WES x

    • linda - 25/03/2014 10:45 am

      Thanks for clarifying. It’s still pretty woolly language, and I think it’d be more honest to tell audiences straight-out that Jess has cancer, not say things like she’s beating it or healing it when there is no medical evidence of that. Words like that imply that diet can cure cancer, and gullible people believe it.

      Also, no right or wrong in ANYTHING? You can’t mean that. But all the best to you as well.

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