As a parent, you probably wish you could protect your children from every disappointment, defeat, or scary challenge. These 5 tips can teach your children to be resilient.
Everyone is becoming someone from the moment they are born. And it is always unintentional until it’s not. Time to choose who you need to be?
Is Penglipuran Village included in one of the tourist attractions that you will visit on your vacation in Bali? If so, then you are lucky. Because this place not only offers a comfortable and clean rural atmosphere. But there are also typical culinary items that you can try.
FRUIT BOWL 55K
A bowl of fresh seasonal fruits with a dollop of coconut yoghurt and a little granola crunch.
MANGO PORRIDGE 75K
A warm bowl of tropical mango and macadamia nut porridge with coconut yoghurt, coconut nectar, raisins, pumpkin seed, banana, pineapple and dragon fruit.
PROTEIN PANCAKE 85K
Almond flour + protein powder (25gr) pancake with caramelized banana, coconut yoghurt, berry salsa, natural honey, mint and granola.
Mango, passionfruit, banana, chia seed and vanilla smoothie, topped with tropical fruits, nuts and seeds.
EGGs AND AVOCADO 65K
Whole grain sourdough topped with chili, paprika, olive oil and lemon marinated avocado, poached eggs, feta cheese, tomato, picked onion and rucola.
KETO BIG BREAKFAST 110K
(Eggs your style (2pc), slow roasted paprika, feta cheese, grilled chicken breast (100gr), bacon (2pc), avocado, edamame hummus, nut seed toast.
WANDERLUST OMELETTE 60K
Egg omelette (3pc) with sautéed mushrooms, tomato, onion, cheddar cheese and your choice of bread.
THE "DRISK" 80K
The head honcho's favorite plate: 4 eggs any style, 4pc streaky bacon, avocado, marinated feta, and your choice of bread
HOUSE SMOKED SALMON 150K
Feta cheese omelette, house smoked salmon (80gr), cherry tomato, avocado, rucola lemon, olive oil and smoked paprika seasoning.
BREAKFAST QUESADILLA 65K
Bacon (2pc), avocado, scrambled egg, mozzarella, cheddar, Mexican spiced chicken (80gr) with smashed avocado and picked red onion.
BREAKFAST WRAP 65K
Tortilla, scrambled eggs (3pc), streaky bacon (2pc), pork sausage (1pc), caramelized onion, cheddar cheese, rucola and a side of harissa sauce.
CLASSIC BIG BREAKFAST 110K
Grilled sausage (2pc), bacon (2pc), eggs your style (2pc), baked beans, mushrooms, tomato, roasted sweet potatoes, and toasted sourdough.
BANANA FLOUR BREAD 55K FRENCH TOAST
With house ricotta, berry compote, date and tahini sorbet.
BOWLS OF STUFF
BIG BOWL OF SALAD 75K
Green dressing, avocado, tempeh, broccoli, red onion, kale, asparagus, edamame, beetroot curl, sesame seeds, toasted almonds, coriander, mint, basil, parsley, rucola.
•Tofu and tempeh 65K
• Tuna (100gr) 95K
• Smoked salmon (50gr) 120K Japanese inspired shredded vegetable salad, beetroot, cucumber, red onion, cabbage, edamame, carrot, mushroom, radish, Japanese dressing and coriander.
CHICKEN & AVOCADO 95K
Chefs cut salad with, roasted chicken (120gr), avocado (150gr), broccoli, lettuce, feta cheese, beetroot, tomato, red onion, basil, parsley, artichoke dressing.
MEXICAN RICE BOWL 65K
Grilled Mexican spiced chicken (100gr), burn corn, blistered paprika, avocado, tomato, half way mozzarella and cheddar, red cabbage. choice of: white, red or cauliflower rice.
ZUCCHINI, MINT 75K AND NUT SALAD
Shaved zucchini, mint and basil pesto, toasted nut wafer, cherry tomato, artichoke herbs and olive oil.
BLUE BERRY 45K PROTEIN CHIA PUDDING
Blue berry and protein chia pudding with coconut yoghurt, mango, and berry smoothie.
NUT SEED SUSHI 65K
Nori wrapped curry spiced nut and seed filling, avocado, asparagus, broccoli, red cabbage, cucumber and herbs with Japanese dipping sauce, cashew mayonnaise
CHICKEN SANG CHOI BAU 50K
Lettuce cups of stir-fry diced carrot, mushroom, onion and chicken with hoisin dressing, toasted shallots, garlic and coriander
• 100gr 95K
• 200gr 170K
Shaved beef ribeye, parmesan, bloomed capers, herbs, truffle dressing and toasted sourdough.
Oven roasted oat and seed coated cauliflower tossed with Korean chili sauce, toasted sesame seeds, garlic and coriander
SOFT CHICKEN TACOS 60K
3 soft tacos filled with Mexican spiced chicken, corn salsa, avocado, slaw and jalapeno
NUT & MUSHROOM 95K PASTA
Trio of mushrooms, toasted almonds, toasted cashews, almond milk, ricotta, rucola, parmesan truffle oil (make it keto? just ask to our waiter).
CHILI BASIL STIR-FRY
• Tempeh (100gr) 65K
• Chicken (100gr) 80K
• Beef (100gr) 95K With snow peas, tofu, beans, mushroom, chili, capsicum, kale and chili paste.
BEEF BROTH RAMEN 120K
Double roasted bone broth with, leek, toasted nori, soy soaked egg, udon noodles, bok-choy, torched soy glazed beef brisket (100gr), sesame seed, mushrooms, toasted garlic and xo chili paste.
KETO CHICKEN 75K
(Secret is… it’s not rice) wok tossed cauliflower grit, shredded chicken (100gr) yellow curry paste, egg, carrot, cabbage, onion, coriander, kale, poached egg.
TANDOORI CHICKEN 85K SKEWERS
Grilled tandoori spiced chicken (200gr) and served quinoa tomato, cucumber salad, yoghurt cucumber, picked onion and herb salad.
BIG VEGETABLE BURGER 75K
Falafel patty (150gr), tomato, lettuce, harissa sauce, red onion, beetroot, cucumber, carrot, coriander rucola.
BEEF BURGER 99K
House-made beef patty (150gr 100% brisket) cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, caramelized onion.
BAD BOY BURGER 115K
House-made beef patty (150gr 100% brisket), bacon (2pc), egg, beetroot, cheddar cheese, tomato, lettuce, mustard mayonnaise, gherkins, onion.
FISH BURGER 85K
Banana flour battered barramundi (100gr), tartare sauce, lettuce and tomato.
KETO CHICKEN 75K
“AGILIO E OLIO"
Zucchini “pasta”, shredded chicken (120gr), garlic infused extra virgin olive oil, red chili, basil, parsley, lemon zest and parmesan.
CHICKEN CASHEW 80K
Thai inspired chicken (200gr) and cashew stir-fry served with (red rice or cauliflower grit) and xo paste.
SEARED BARRAMUNDI 110K
Seared barramundi (150gr) with lemon olive oil dressing, Mediterranean salsa and peperonata.
TUSCAN CHICKEN 110K
Cream braised chicken breasts (220gr), with mushroom, dried tomatoes, kale, herbs, parmesan and grilled eggplant.
SEARED SALMON 140K
Fresh salmon (140gr), seared medium with capers, lemon, olive oil, braised kale, fennel and asparagus salad.
CARNIVORE PLATE 110K
Barbecued brisket (100gr), truffle butter eggs (2pc), pork sausages (2pc), grilled cheddar and mozzarella.
With cauliflower fritters, artichoke vinaigrette, rucola, sweet potato fries and cashew mustard sauce.
150 gram 150K 250 gram 230K 350 gram 310K
CHICKEN WRAP 70K
Tortilla wrap filled with grilled (peri
chicken breast (120gr),
STEAK SANDWICH 110K
Pan fried ribeye (100gr), mustard, caramelized onion, tomato, rucola, cheddar cheese, mayonnaise and sourdough.
SMOKED SALMON WRAP 95K
Tortilla wrapped smoked salmon (60gr), capers, romaine lettuce, boiled egg, avocado, peperonata, mayonnaise, dill.
An old time classic that is, bacon (3pc), lettuce, tomato, avocado with a dollop of mayonnaise.
Eggs your way (2pcs) 15K
Bacon (2pcs) 20K
Smoked salmon (50gr) 75K
Falafel patty (150gr) 45K
Rib eye (150gr) 110K
Beef patty (150ggr) 55K
Grilled pork sausage (1pc) 20K
Grilled chicken (150gr) 30K
Marinated tempeh (80gr) 15K
VEGETABLES, BREADS & DAIRY
Sweet potato fries (120gr) 25K
Avocado your way (80gr) 20K
Marinated Feta cheese (20gr) 25K
Blanched cauliflower (50gr) 10K
Sauteed mixed vegetables (50gr) 20K
Marinated grilled paprika (50gr) 15K
Toasted bread (2pcs) 10K
Nut and seed wafer (1pc) 10K
Steamed red rice (100gr) 12K
Mixed green salad (30gr) 8K
DRESSINGS & SAUCES
Lemon olive oil dressing (50ml) 8K
Mint yoghurt (50ml) 8K
Harissa dressing (50ml) 8K
Mustard mayonnaise (50gr) 10K
Edamame hummus (50gr) 12K
Chickpea hummus (50gr) 12K
LIGHT GREEN DETOX 45K Spinach, cucumber, parsley, apple and broccoli
MIRACLE JUICE 45K Cucumber, celery, beet root, carrot, lemon and ginger
ENERGIZING JUICE 45K Carrots, oranges, sweet potato, ginger, and turmeric
PAIN KILLER JUICE 45K Pineapple, celery, ginger, coconut meat, lemon
FLAT BELLY JUICE 45K Passion fruit, bananas, orange, coconut water.
BPF ICE TEA LATTE 35K Pea flower tea, chamomile tea, vanilla extract, fresh milk.
BERRIES ICE TEA 35K
Mix berry fruit, strawberry, berry syrup, black tea.
COFFEE AND TEA SELECTION
DOUBLE ESPRESSO 25K
LONG BLACK 25K MACCHIATO 25K
FLAT WHITE 30K
CAFÉ LATTE 30K
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA 35K
CHAMOMILE TEA 35K
BLACK TEA 35K
EARL GREY TEA 35K
WHITE PONY TEA 35K
SUB WITH: ALMOND / COCONUT 10K / SOY MILK
SMOOTHIES /PROTEIN SMOOTHIE
ADD WHEY/VEGAN 25/35K PROTEIN
TROPICAL SMASH 45K Dragon fruit, mango, banana, coconut milk + granola and fresh fruit and coconut.
BERRY NECESSARY 45K Mix berry, banana, vanilla extract, coconut milk + granola and fresh fruit and coconut.
EXPRESSIVE 45K Espresso, banana, date, coconut milk + granola and fresh fruit and coconut.
THE PEANUT BUTTER ONE 45K Peanut butter, banana, coconut milk + granola and fresh fruit and coconut.
VANILLA/CHOCOLATE 35K WHEY, ICE WATER
VANILLA/CHOCOLATE 45K VEGAN, ICE WATER
UPGRADE YOUR MIXER TO: 10K ALMOND / COCONUT / SOY
Spice infused tequila, agave extract, and homemade turmeric JAMU, orange liqueur, lemon juice, and egg white, dash of angostura bitter
JALAPENO BERRY JAM 90K
Berries infused gin, berry jam, jalapeno, raspberry syrup, lemon juice egg white (optional)
RISING STAR 90K
Vanilla infused vodka, lemon juice, vanilla extract, passion fruit, pineapple juice, egg white (optional)
KAFFIR LIMETINI 90K Kaffir lime infused gin, lemon juice, lychee extract, and egg white (optional).
CLASSIC MOJITO 90K
DRY MARTINI 95K
CLASSIC MARGARITA 99K
ESPRESSO MARTINI 90K COSMOPOLITAN 90K CAIPIROSCA 90K
WHISKEY SOUR 90K
APEROL SPRITZ 105K
LONG ISLAND ICE TEA 105K
OPEN TILL 10 PM
CRAFT GIN TONICS
PEA FLOWER TEA 100K Pea flower infused Bombay gin, citrus smash, top with Fever Tree premium tonic
BLUE BERRY & THYME 100K Blue berry infused Bombay gin, thyme leaf, smash citrus, top op with Fever Tree premium tonic
RASPBERRY PICKLES 100K Raspberry infused Bombay gin, pickles, smash citrus, rosemary leaf, top op with Fever Tree premium tonic.
NAKED RANGE 110K/500K SPARKLING BRUT NV - AUSTRALIA
SANTA HERMINIA 85K/500K SAUVIGNON BLANC ‘2017’ - CHILE
BABICH PINOT GRIS 85K/500K '2018' - NEW ZELAND
SHEARWATER 550K SAUVIGNON BLANC ‘2018-2019’ - NEW ZELAND
BERINGER MAIN 600K & VINE CHARDONNAY ‘2018’ - CALIFORNIA
MONKEY PUZZLE 85K/500K
WATER AND SOFT DRINKS
ALCOHOL SPIRITS VODKA
SMIRNOFF 80K ABSOLUT 85K GREY GOOSE 95K
GORDON 85K BOMBAY SAPPHIRE 95K HENDRICKS 95K
CAPTAIN MORGAN WHITE RUM 80K
CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICE RUM 85K
BACARDI LIGHT RUM 95K
MAYERS DARK RUM 95K
SAUZA GOLD TEQUILA 90K
EL JIMADOR GOLD 99K
CABERNET SAUVIGNON ‘2019’ - CHILE
JJ MCWILLIAM 550K SHIRAZ-CABERNET SAUVIGNON ‘2018’ -AUSTRALIA
AROMO VERIETAL 85K/500K
ROSE SYRAH ‘2017’ - CHILE
IMPORT WINE 65K (BY THE GLASS 6PM-10PM)
KIDS EAT FREE (EVERY SUNDAY 9AM- 5PM)
PATRON SILVER 105K
100% DE AGAVE
WHISKEY AND BOURBON
PANNY PACKER BOURBON 80K
JIM BEAM WHITE BOURBON 90K
JACK DANIEL’S WHISKEY 90K
JOHNNY WALKER 90K
RED LABEL SCOTCH WHISKEY
JOHNNY WALKER 99K
BLACK LABEL SCOTCH WHISKEY
DRY VERMOUTH 90K
SWEET VERMOUTH 90K CAMPARI 90K APEROL 90K
HAPPY HOUR! BUY ONE GET FREE COCTAIL (DAILY 3PM-7PM)
DIY-BLOODY MARY 95K AND MIMOSA BAR (SUNDAY 10AM-5PM)
WANDERLUST KIDS Parent Testimonials
and co-ordination. Coach Liz is a highly experienced educator who inspires her
CLASSES ARE SO FUN!”
kids absolutely love them, Liz has a way to make everyone feel
and have fun
endurance, and lay the foundation for movement patterns through the intentional programming of various kinds of play. To foster children’s overall health and well-being social-emotional learning skills are also developed through our classes. Children are given the opportunity to learn new skills, build resilience when things are challenging, and push through the fear of failure while believing in themselves.
I AM STRONG
Raise REsilient Children HOW TO Who Never Give Up
AS A PARENT, YOU PROBABLY WISH YOU COULD PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN FROM EVERY DISAPPOINTMENT, DEFEAT, OR SCARY CHALLENGE. ALTHOUGH THIS ISN’T POSSIBLE, YOU CAN TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO BE RESILIENT.
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What’s your favourite thing to do outside of school and the gym?
I like to go swimming, play with legos, and eat ice cream.
Who inspires you? Why?
My friend from Russia named Ilyah because he’s so strong and he’s good at sports like soccer.
What’s your favourite exercise and game we play in class?
My favourite exercise is rowing on the machines.
My favourite game is noodle tag. What’s something you’d love to do when you grow up?
I want to play games on my phone and eat ice cream whenever I want.
What is something you did this year that you
didn’t think you could do?
I just learned how to do toes to rings and now I can do 6 in a row!
What are you grateful for?
I am grateful for my toys, my food, and my mom.
What is one thing you would change about the world?
I would want to make the world a place without plastic.
I also want to stop the cutting down of trees to make paper and make paper out of something else.
If you could have any superpower, what would it be? Why?
That no matter what I try to do, I’d never get hurt and be unkillable. For example, if I tried to jump of a cliff and broke something, I would be able to heal right away.
What’s the most important thing you’ve learned from being in the Movement class?
I’ve learned that I can be strong. What are your fitness goals?
I want to be able to be able to be able to clean and press a 15kg barbell.
What is something you are not allowed to do, that
you wish you could do?
I wish that I could buy all the candy I want and watch a movie for 2 hours.
What’s your advice for other kids starting the classes that might feel scared or nervous?
I would tell them not to worry and that we’ll play a fun game at the end of class.
What’s the best part about being a Bali kid?
You can eat amazing fruits every day because in Russia, where I’m from, you don’t have the same fruits.
Resilient children have grit. When they encounter a difficult problem, they try to solve it instead of giving up. When bad things happen, they quickly bounce back, ready to face the next challenge. When they make mistakes, they grow and learn from them. Resilient children are hopeful, optimistic, and strong. So while you can’t shield your children from life’s difficulties, you can provide the tools they’ll need to navigate them successfully. Here are five tips to help you raise a resilient child.
1. Be a Supportive Role Model
According to the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University, the “single most common factor” for children who develop resilience is at least one stable, committed relationship with a supportive adult role model. The more positive adult connections a child has, the more resilient they will be. These relationships can be with grandparents, aunts and uncles, teachers, coaches, or any other positive adult in your child’s life. Your child watches and learns from everything you do, so model resilient behaviors. Be calm and consistent. Admit to your mistakes, but don’t agonize over them. Talk to your child about what you learned or how you can do better next time. You can also discuss how famous people paved their road to success through mistakes and failures.
2. Let Children Make Mistakes
3 Fun Facts about Me
• I know how to kick a ball really high.
• My favourite food are pizza and pasta
• Every day I watch 1 hour of movies.
As uncomfortable as it is to let our children make mistakes, this is one way that children develop resiliency. Lyons explains that if children never make mistakes, they’ll never learn how to fix their errors or make better decisions in the future. Failure teaches perseverance and problem-solving. It causes children to think about their actions and how to avoid repeating these mistakes in the future. The short-term results of preventing our children from making mistakes will be “more smiles and fewer tears.” But the long-term results may be weak coping skills and a lack of resilience.
3. Praise Children the Right Way
Researcher Dr. Carol Dweck found that the way we praise our children can affect their mindset and their inclination to take on challenges and persevere. When we give our children praise like, “You’re so smart”, they develop a fixed mindset. With a fixed mindset, children believe that qualities like intelligence are personal characteristics that don’t change or develop. As a result, they may avoid challenges that will test their abilities. Instead of giving “person praise” like, “You’re so smart,” or “You’re so creative,” try to give “process praise.” Focus on your child’s effort, as in, “I can tell you’ve been working really hard.” You can also give specific praise, like, “You really understand decimals!” Praising your child in this way can help them develop a growth mindset, believing that their abilities will grow through hard work and challenges.
When a child with a growth mindset makes a mistake, the child focuses on how to improve next time. When a child with a fixed mindset makes a mistake, they’re more likely to believe that failure is the result of personal characteristics, such as, “I can’t spell,” or “I’m just not good at math.”
4. Teach Children to Manage Emotions
Managing emotions is key to developing resilience. In his book “Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child”, John Gottman outlines three steps to emotional coaching. The first step is to teach our children that ALL emotions, even the worst ones, are okay. Negative emotions can be opportunities to learn about ourselves, grow, and learn how to cope with these feelings effectively. This step also involves helping your child label and validate his emotions. For example, you might say, “I understand you’re feeling angry because Joey wouldn’t let you play with his toys.”
The second step is to deal with bad behavior, if there is any, in order to set limits. For instance, if your child threw a tantrum, they would face the consequences. Explain that your child is not in trouble for feeling angry; they’re in trouble for the way they handled their anger. Finally, you problem-solve. Help your child brainstorm ways to fix the problem or to prevent it from happening again in the future.
5. Teach Children to Problem Solve Along the same lines, it’s important that we teach our children to effectively solve problems. When your child comes to you with a problem, help them brainstorm ways to address the challenge. For example, if your child is nervous about a test, talk through specific solutions like developing a study schedule, finding effective study strategies, and managing time. As you brainstorm, help your child consider what the results might be for each solution they propose.
Children who know how to tackle challenges head-on will grow to be resilient, taking failures and disappointment in stride, knowing that these are only problems to be solved.
What makes you happy outside the gym?
I love to travel around the island and exploring something new every day, spending time with my friends & family, cooking and off course the sunshine.
Tips for beginners at crossfit? Be careful, before you realise it you are addicted.
Your favourite lift or movement?
I love all the gymnastic movements. I performed gymnastics at a high level but I had to stop due to my injuries. With the gymnastic movements in the workouts, I still can enjoy a little bit of the sport I loved doing all my life.
Who or what inspires you?
What You Can Do on Rainy Bali Season!
A bit about yourself?
I am Zoe Thielens, 20 years old and I am from the Netherlands. I study finance and control. What do you do in Bali?
I am 6 months in Bali for my internship. I am working as a financial controller at a company that is investing in luxurious real estate. Why do it at home, when I can do it in Bali right..
When I don’t have to be in the office I’m taking any chance I have to explore the island a bit more.
How long have you been training at Wanderlust?
I have been at Wanderlust for 2 months and I will definitely continue to train here for the next 4 months. Why did you choose Wanderlust?
I just started CrossFit before I came to Bali. They told me I had to keep doing it while I was in Bali and I got some recommendations about Wanderlust. So here I am.
What are your fitness goals?
To keep challenging myself and getting a little better every day.
Any fitness milestones you have achieved so far?
When the doctors told me I could never do gymnastics again I never thought that I would find another sport that I really liked. It took me some time during and after my revalidation to find a sport that I could do and that also suited me. But when I started crossfit, it was love at first sight…
All the people who just go for it. All the people who are dying during the workout but just keep going. Don’t, complain, don’t give up, just go for it.
What challenges did you overcome last year?
It felt like I needed something new, that led me to the opportunity to go to Bali and I just went for it. I left everything and everyone that I knew behind to come to Bali and it is the best choice I made.
HOW HAS 2022 BEEN for you?
I will be in Bali for the rest of 2022, so I will just enjoy living the dream life before I have to go home again.
JUST LIKE THE REST OF THE WORLD, BALI IS NOT ALWAYS SUMMER. USUALLY, BALI RAIN FALLS FROM OCTOBER TO MARCH, WITH DECEMBER TO FEBRUARY BEING THE HOTTEST AND WETTEST MONTHS.
These are some activities you still can do to enjoy living in this island:
First, cooking. You can cook at home, of course. But you can try to join some cooking class as well and learn to make the original Balinese recipes. The menu starts from Betutu Chicken or Duck, Sate Lilit, Lawar, or Jinggo Rice. Many hotels hold cooking classes for menus like this.
Second, to the spa. There are lots of places that offer great spas. This is the right way to pamper yourself and take care of your appearance in the midst of your busy routine. In particular, there are many spas that offer special Balinese aromas and services.
Next, if you really like the waves and have big enough guts, the rainy season is not a barrier to doing wave riding. Surfers can head to the beaches in Uluwatu, Canggu, or Kuta for beginners, for challenging waves. But remember to stay alert for lightning. You can also take art classes and hone your skills. There are so many art classes that you can find, for example batik painting at the Bali Culture Center in Ubud that will make you realize that batik painting can be relaxing and fun. Also, if you head to Canggu, there are lots of modern dance classes that you should try. These classes are good for not only making you physically fit, but also making your heart happy, and meeting new friends too. If you are interested in the traditional dance, you can find some classes offered in Ubud. See? There are a lot of options you can’t miss!
However, the most important thing is to stay safe and healthy. Bring an umbrella and raincoat wherever you go, and be careful when driving!
Did you choose who you are becoming yet?
EVERYONE IS BECOMING SOMEONE FROM THE MOMENT THEY ARE BORN. AND IT IS ALWAYS UNINTENTIONAL UNTIL IT’S NOT. TIME TO CHOOSE WHO YOU NEED TO BE?
available resources. But it goes further than the external world, and applies to our internal being too.
Once we are emotionally connected with our ideal future, it becomes relatively easy to price it up. Most people unconsciously avoid doing that though because it would mean gaining an awareness of coming to terms with what it would require to achieve that. It would mean a choice in if they’re willing to take responsibility for who they’ll need to become to make it possible. The commercial reality is that, the more all you want costs; the more valuable you need to become, as a human being in society.
So the question becomes; How much effort are you willing to put into learning to generate value for others?
Given that every action, reaction, and behaviour is driven by deeply ingrained thinking patterns, change must start here. In the mindset. We need to develop a Mindset for Success. Of course, there are many dimensions to how humans shape their individual version of reality. The core four we go deep into within the Adventurepreneur Accelerator Program are:
Attributes/Characteristics - the qualities, attitudes, the energy you bring and show up with. Standards - your personal rules or commitments to yourself in what you will hold yourself to. Expectations - the way others treat us says nothing about them, but everything about us. What are you willing to accept, and will not tolerate?
Beliefs - What are you subconsciously seeking to confirm? To be true about yourself and the reality that you live in?
Of course each of these dimensions are huge and could have a limitless depth in which each of us can connect with even more. Modelling is a fantastic strategy in developing aspects of self we want more of. Who is your model of excellence or model of demonstration? (specifically in the areas you are improving). Success leaves clues. Every outcome or result required an input. Take notice.
Criteria for choosing your model:
• Who are they? In how they are showing up, interactions with others, their behaviours.
• What have they done? Their achievements, successes in this area, results being generated.
The point right now is to draw attention back to the intention of designing ourselves. A version of us who we can fall in love with even more. You choose you for you. And from this place, live a life that truly lights you up daily regardless of what is going on at the moment.
I’d love to invite you to download the free resources here to give you a framework to follow and bring the exercise to life even more for you in where you’re currently at.
This is the fifth of a series of articles that each represent a module from one of my coaching programs. It is designed to provide the thinking and structure required to create a life that you can fall even more in love with. Stay posted for future articles for more free valuable resources!
Then there is melukat Surya Yomana to remove stains and dirt on babies, Melukat Gini drifting for the treatment of illness, Melukat Prabu to ask for prosperity for the leaders, and Melukat Gomana, Melukat Semarebada, and Melukat Nawa Ratna.
Melukat is a ceremony performed to cleanse the soul and mind in humans. This tradition is carried out to clean up the mess of negative energy nodes of humans with the help of the universe. With purification, the layers in the human body are cleaned to make it more balanced, the mind will be brighter, full of steadfastness, peace, far from anger, and compassion. Balinese people continue to guard it to clean or purify themselves. Hindus in Bali believe that every human being has a
dirty nature and must be cleaned. So the melukat tradition is carried out to get rid of various negative things in humans.
The means used in melukat are holy water (usually made spiritually or from holy springs), fragrant (flowers of various types and colors), young coconuts are small or called bungkak, usually use green bungkak (Bungkak gadang) and yellow bungkak (Bungkak ivory)), and means of offering ceremony called pejati and canang. This ritual is also believed to provide positive benefits if done correctly and regularly and diligently, for example every full moon, tilem, or kajeng kliwon. However, keep in mind that hurting is not a way to atone for sin. For Hindus, the law of karma only stops when one has experienced moksha or complete liberation.
THE MELUKAT RITUAL IS CARRIED OUT BY BATHING OR POURING A PERSON'S BODY WITH SPRING WATER. BECAUSE OF THIS, MELUKAT IS ALSO CALLED A HOLY BATHING RITUAL.THERE ARE SEVEN TYPES OF MELUKAT CEREMONIES, NAMELY MELUKAT ASTAPUNGKU TO CLEAN AND PURIFY THE CALAMITIES CAUSED BY THE INFLUENCE OF THE DAY OF BIRTH AND THE UNBALANCED TRI GUNA (SATWAM, RAJAS, TAMAS).
A bit about yourself?
I’m Chanel I am 23 years old from London. I’m a personal trainer and a gym owner.
What you do in Bali? I live life to the fullest!! I train hard and eat good food
How long have you been training at Wanderlust? I have been training at wanderlust everyday for about 3 and a half months!
Why did you choose Wanderlust? Why not!! The best gym for CrossFit hands down!! The community is top stuff, the people you meet, the gym is so spacious, you have plenty of room, the classes are tough but good at the same time!
Any fitness milestones you have achieved so far?
Paying more attention to listen to my body for rest days, use the ice bath & stretch more!!
What makes you happy outside of the gym? What else is there do to them train and eat? Lol! I like to sunbathe, go out for some good food with my fiancé and friends, explore Bali!
Tips for beginners at CrossFit?
EVERYONE has to start somewhere! It takes time for your body to adjust to CrossFit style workouts and movements. Be prepared to be patience and have fun! CrossFit is super fun trust me.
Your favourite lift of movement?
Cleans all day baby!!
TEROMPANG BERUK IS A TRADITIONAL BALINESE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT SHAPED LIKE BLADES. THE BLADES ARE MADE OF WOOD, AND ARE HUNG FROM COCONUT SHELLS. THIS COCONUT SHELL IS REFERRED TO AS BERUK BY THE BALINESE PEOPLE.
The monkey is useful for producing an echoing sound. Usually, the Beruk Terompang is used to accompany sacred dances from Bali. For example, accompanying sacred dances during Pujawali at Pemaksan Bangle Temple every two years. This instrument is made of curved wooden blades where the sound of each blade is adjusted to match the actual tone of the binoculars. In order for the sound produced to be able to play (resonate) then under the wooden slats are installed or hung "beruk" (coconut shells) whose size is adjusted, adjusted to the tone of the blade above. Then the blade which was originally made from a combination of wood, was changed to iron in the hope that the sound would be melodious and that it would add several sets of gamelan instruments, so that it became a set of terompang beruk gamelan.
The history of the appearance of the terompong beruk in Karangasem, especially in Banjar Bangle is not known for certain. According to the people's narrative, the ape binoculars have been around for a long time and have been used for generations. Seeing the simplicity of the forms and materials used, the art of Terompong Beruk is a form of the community's active response to the natural surroundings. Banjar Bangle in the past was a relatively isolated area, so that people took advantage of the potential of the surrounding nature as an art tool. At first, Terompang Beruk was only known around the Bangle community, but gradually Terompang Beruk became widely known in 1979 when Seeka (a group name) Terompang Beruk Bangle representing Karangasem district made its first appearance at the Bali Arts Festival in Denpasar.
Monsieur Spoon Canggu
Monsieur Spoon is a French Bakery-Cafe started by two Parisian cousins in 2012. Based in Bali’s most-visited spots, Monsieur Spoon serves a tempting range of highquality handmade French pastries, cakes, artisan bread and savouries in a relaxed, friendly environment.
Since 2012, Monsieur Spoon has been striving to find the best flour to make out finest breads, the Artisan Bucheron and the Baguette Tradition every night, ready for you to enjoy in the morning. Their wild yeast is an 8-year long secret, fermenting naturally somewhere in Bali. Started by two Parisian cousins in 2012.
Monsieur Spoon Bali has various types of pastry which are always fresh every day. One of the most famous is their Croissant which is sweet and always warm. In addition, you can also try other menus such as sandwiches, salads, smoothies, and various variants of their brunch menu which are all delicious. Monsieur Spoon serves a tempting range of high-
Who or what inspires you?
The community of people I am surrounded by is enough for my inspiration! Everyone has their own journey which is very inspiring.
What challenges did you overcome last year?
Left my PT career after 6 years of coaching in London, left all my clients, and still managing the gyms in London while we are living in Bali.
HOW HAS 2022 BEEN for you?
Planning my wedding in Bali for 2023, exploring Bali and living life with not a care in the world! Being the best version of myself.@cmk.fitness
quality handmade French pastries, cakes, artisan bread and savouries in a relaxed, friendly environment. The bakery is ideal for breakfast and lunch gatherings, and we strive to serve a healthy and delicious menu whatever the time of day.
Their breads and pastries respect traditional French know-how and are made using selected sourced ingredients. We also serve seasonal fresh juices and house-blend coffee, and customers can enjoy free-wifi throughout their cafes. Monsieur Spoon’s signature pastry is the French all-butter croissant a best-seller in Bali.
FOR PASTRY LOVERS IN BALI, IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO TASTE VARIOUS PASTRY VARIANTS AT MONSIEUR SPOON BALI.IN BALI, YOU CAN FIND MONSIEUR SPOON IN UMALAS, SEMINYAK, PETITENGET, UBUD, PERERENAN, AND CANGGU. THE ONE IN CANGGU IS LOCATED AT JL. PANTAI BATU BOLONG NO.55, CANGGU, KEC. KUTA UTARA, KABUPATEN BADUNG, BALI 80361.
CANGGU SHOP BELIEVE IN LOCAL, HOMEMADE AND HEALTHY PRODUCTS, AND THEY ARE PROUD OF GOOD QUALITY AND WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR. CANGGU SHOP STARTED FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN CANGGU AREA. THEY LINKED WITH SOME PEOPLE WHO HAVE HOME MADE AND HEALTHY GOOD QUALITY PRODUCTS AND WORK DIRECTLY WITH FARMERS AND WHOLESALERS TO DELIVER HEALTHY AND GOOD QUALITY FOODS, CRAFTS AND BEAUTY PRODUCTS.
They believe that local produce are vital parts for their environment and they are proud to support everyone who have a strong passion to made their own products and gradually improve their products with outstanding creativity.
Most importantly, they always make sure to sell healthy and good quality products as natural as possible, no chemical or artificial ingredients.
Choose your daily quality goods and they will deliver right your door! It is harder to find a healthy and good quality products rather than unhealthy products these days. Candies and all those deadly chips and snacks are easier to get for a very cheap price but a delicious and healthy nuts and dried fruits are harder to get and mostly more expensive.
Canggu Shop is your source for a healthy good quality products with reasonable price. No more excuses to access healthy and good quality products because they are here to help you and support you every day with delicious, healthy foods and crafts for your daily. They provide the most convenience way to shop via their website, make a payment with cash on delivery or bank transfer method and the most important thing is that they deliver it to your door, it’s a pleasure for us to deliver it for free to Canggu, Kerobokan, and Seminyak area.
Any fitness milestones you have achieved so far?
I have reached many milestones since arriving in wanderlust but I would say my main achievements would be learning all the general CrossFit movements such a cleans, jerks and being comfortable with the bar in general what makes you happy outside the gym?
Outside the gym what makes me happy is spending time with a very important girl who I found here in Canggu, her name is Lizzie and she is the cutest little Bali dog which we have adopted and just organised her passport to come back to Ireland. She is so special and all I want to do after training is run home to Lizzie!
tips for beginners at CrossFit?
a bit about yourself?
My name is Rukaya. I have just turned 32 and I am from Dublin Ireland.
What you do in Bali?
I have been in Bali since April. I work my Dublin job remotely here in Bali for the last couple of months. I work Irish time so I get all of my workouts done early in the day!
how long have you been training at wanderlust?
I have been training here since April time now so just over 7 months and I have loved every minute of it. I had never been in a CrossFit gym before or even experienced a CrossFit class so it was all new to me. I have learnt so much and improved immensely since joining. A big shout out to the trainers who have been pushing me since day 1, I can finally do toes to bar and many other new moves :) why did you choose wanderlust?
I had seen a lot of people on Instagram posting about Wanderlust prior to arriving in Bali and it looked amazing! I could see the community spirit online and I knew it was the gym to join when I arrived and I have. I could see the community spirit online and I knew it was the gym to join when I arrived and I have never looked back!
what are your fitness goals?
My goals are mainly to enjoy training but at the same time tone up and feel good in my body
My tips for beginnings would be to take it slow and aim to learn the movement before going tips for beginners at CrossFit? My tips for beginnings would be to take it slow and aim to learn the movement before going full on! Challenge yourself with exercises you are not familiar with and within a few weeks you will start to enjoy them your favourite lift or movement?
I think my favourite movement would be cleans, I am increasing my weight on this each week now and it makes me feel strong! who or what inspires you?
All the people around me inspire me and of course the coaches. Having everyone enjoying themselves and cheering each other on really is a big plus how has 2022 been for you?
The next step in 2022 for me is to go back home for Christmas and see family and friends! I have just secured a new job for 2023 so looking forward to a fresh start at home. My main goal for 2023 is to start my search for a house back in Ireland so myself, Lizzie and Andy my partner can begin our life as a family of 3 in Ireland! I hope to be able to come back to Bali in 2023 and my first stop will be Wanderlust of course. It’s the perfect time to say a huge thanks to Dave and all of the fantastic coaches who have guided me along the way and helped me improve since day1. The workouts are always challenging but rewarding and I can’t wait to visit and train in wanderlust again in the near future
The Brunch Club
The Brunch Club group of restaurants first launched in Bali in 2019, with the sole objective of disrupting café culture. By introducing completely unique recipes to the island, they have ensured that Brunch Club will never be “just another café”.
Their venues are open and breezy, combining Melbournecafé vibes with nods to the surrounding areas and culture. Their flagship, two-story Legian restaurant is constructed using the traditional Balinese temple brick façade, concealing a modern café/bar on the ground floor. An expansive roof terrace on the first floor provides views out into the neighbourhood and beyond.
a bit about yourself?
I’m 36 from Bristol in the UK. Currently on a 12 sabbatical from my engineering job. I have my L1 certificate and I’m hoping to achieve the L2 whilst travelling.
What you do in Bali?
Came to Bali specifically to train at Wanderlust and to see as much of Bali as I can.
how long have you been training at wanderlust?
3 weeks so far, 2 weeks left.
why did you choose wanderlust?
Ever since I saw Wanderlust on a Craig Richie Vlog back in 2018 I’ve always wanted to come. It’s an incredible facility with excellent coaches. what are your fitness goals?
To continue to improve, getting fitter and stronger.
any fitness milestones you have achieved so far?
nothing worth mentioning, hit a couple of PR’s lifting prior to a cycling accident so my main focus is hitting those numbers and then surpassing them.
what makes you happy outside the gym?
Spending time with my girlfriend, friends and family. Travelling and taking my fitness outside however I can. I love cycling and hiking whenever and wherever I can.
tips for beginners at CrossFit?
If you haven’t started yet. Just start, everyone’s nervous the first time but everyone’s been in that same position. You won’t meet a nicer group of friendly and supportive people then inside a CF box.
your favourite lift or movement?
Pull up of any kind who or what inspires you?
People overcoming adversity and succeeding. Inside the CF space, it has to be Rich Froning Jr….GOAT! He’s the reason I started. what challenges did you overcome last year?
Rehabbing from a nasty cycling accident. HOW HAS 2022 BEEN for you? Been travelling and training!
PLAY BY COMO Space
COMO Uma Canggu sits on Bali’s southern coast, with panoramic views over the ocean. Embodying the surf beach spirit, the hotel serves up fresh seafood on the wood-fired grill and healthy juices at the beach-style bar, with some of the island’s best surf breaks just footsteps from the door. The resort offers 52 rooms and suites, 55 one- and two-bedroom residences, and 12 three-bedroom duplex COMO Penthouses, featuring rooftop pools and the best ocean views for miles around.
COMO Uma Canggu occupies a scenic beach stretch along one of the best surfing breaks on Bali's southern coast. The resort is a 60-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Their dedicated Play by COMO Space is designed to inspire purposeful and creative child-directed play for children aged four to 12. Each toy, book, game and art material has been carefully selected to encourage sensory development, curiosity and imagination. The Play by COMO programme has been designed by their team of experts who specialise in early
childhood education and special needs. They have devised the programme to ensure that all children are able to have fun while learning new skills through play.
The Play space is open daily between 9.00am and 6.00pm. Toddlers under four must be accompanied by a babysitter or parent at all times.
Fast forward a few years and you find a world-class venue that has earned the top spot on the Conde Naste Bali’s Best Beach Clubs and is hosting some of the biggest names in music and surf. The menu is concise and considered, the music curated, the nights notorious. Every detail and experience is orchestrated to offer a great time facing the ocean.
The Lawn was founded and is closely led by prosurfer Tai Buddha, whose creativity and knack for pushing the boundaries of entertainment has made The Lawn what it is today. Over the last decade, Tai Buddha has become a pioneer within the Bali hospitality industry, growing a portfolio of multiple iconic venues scattered across the island's coastline. This year, with the renovation and reopening of the Lawn he hopes to create something that belongs to the local scene and builds a bridge between Bali and the international stage.
They also create memorable nights and they keep their ears open to never miss a beat with their community and the cultural playground around them. We live and breathe surf. With the venue sitting right at the front of one of Bali's most wanted longboard waves, the show never stops. Competitions, screenings, and an engaged community have turned the Lawn into a hotspot for locals and travelers alike. If you want surf, they got it.They are proud to present the Artist Feature Program (AFP), a platform conceived to share with you the work of artists who inspire our generation and push the boundaries of creativity by providing works of substance surrounding the music, surf, and street culture.
From one-of beach barbecues to Sunday Cook-Outs with pop-ups from Bali's new culinary gems, they know how to please your palette and keep things interesting. Their Eat & Drinks menu is really just the tip of the iceberg. They present monthly curated experiences with guest chefs and mixologists, occasion-curated menus and much more.
The Lawn has always been community-minded. From weekly beach clean-ups to helping the needy during earthquakes, volcanos, and pandemics. Bali saw a nationwide shut down during the 2020 pandemic and while many shut doors and wondered what’s next, The Lawn made use of its commercial kitchen and started a program to feed the hungry on a weekly basis. The mission of the Lawn is to keep enriching the future of the people that make them who they are. Forever grateful and proud to call Bali their home, they are active agents in the protection and advancement of the rich culture and the community that surrounds them.
THE STORY OF THE LAWN BEGUN WITH THE IDEA OF SERVING UP SOME SUNSET MARGARITAS OUT OF A BEACHSIDE COMBI VAN TO THE SURFERS AND BEACHGOERS OF CANGGU.
Balinese Herbal Medicine for Body Freshness
MANGGIS in Canggu
Manggis in Canggu is a family project that combines their passions for food, coffee and drinks. The idea for Manggis in Canggu started out a few years ago, when they were living abroad and dreaming about coming back to their home country Indonesia. In 2018 they returned to Bali after many years in Australia and Europe, and decided to take the plunge—Manggis in Canggu opened its doors in mid-April 2019 and brings a new twist on plant-based food to Canggu.
Manggis in Canggu offers a wide range of plant-based dining options. Their specialty is no-frills vegan food that combines flavors of the East and the West. They strive to offer food and drinks that are balanced in taste and respectful with the environment. They also serve specialty coffee made from locally roasted coffee beans. If you come here, their scrambled tofu is recommended to try! Scrambled tofu seems such a common dish as it is already widely served in vegan cafés in Bali and abroad. Their scrambled tofu has that perfectly balanced umami taste and is texture-wise at the sweet spot between soft and slightly firm. It comes with sweet tempeh and a fresh green salad (for that slightly sour taste).
They also have Beetroot Ravioli that is filled with cashew spinach cream ‘cheese’ and served with homemade vegan basil pesto and cashew parmesan. Also, they have cocktail Mary Sayang (their version of Bloody Mary) with vodka, gin, tomato juice, basil, sugar syrup and black pepper, and many more. There are exceptional plant based foods through a variety of experiences. Menu includes all-day breakfast items, salads, appetizers, different mains, desserts, and coffee. Address: Pemelisan Agung Street No. 07 Tibubeneng 80361.
But to get this refreshing drink, you don't need to go to Bangli. You can also find it in several food stalls throughout the island of Bali. Loloh is a traditional herbal medicine that is usually consumed by Balinese people to maintain body freshness. Generally, this loloh is made from turmeric or temulawak. But in Penglipuran Village, the loloh that is sold is made from kecemcem leaves. Some of the ingredients contained in this drink are cemcem/kloncing leaves or kedondong leaves, tamarind, sugar, salt, shrimp paste, and chili. Although it is included in the type of herbal medicine, the taste of "Loloh Cemcem" is different from other herbs.
Made from cemcem leaves or commonly called forest kedondong, this drink has a unique taste. There is a collection of sour, salty, sweet, spicy, and also slightly sour flavors. This flavor variation is created from the constituent ingredients. Cemcem leaves have a sour and slightly bitter taste, added with rujak seasoning as a neutralizer, and
STYLISH ALL-DAY OUTFIT FOR ASIANFUSION PLANT-BASED CUISINE, WITH LEAFY GARDEN SEATING AND COCKTAILS… YOU CAN FIND ALL OF THESE IN MANGGIS.
STARTED AS A PASSION PROJECT, EXPAT. ROASTERS LED BY THEIR AWARD-WINNING HEAD BARISTA SHAE MACNAMARA, EXPAT. ROASTERS ARE WORKING HARD TO FOSTER THE BURGEONING COFFEE AND BARISTA COMMUNITY OF BALI. INTRODUCING THE CULTURE OF MAKING A GOOD BREW ACROSS THE ISLAND, ONE CUP AT A TIME.
young coconut flesh to give a savory taste. The cemcem leaves used are a mixture of young and old leaves. The method of making it is also very simple so you can make it yourself at home. Cemcem leaves are ground or blended until crushed, filtered to get the juices. This leaf juice is then mixed again with water and rujak seasoning that has been boiled. In addition to refreshing the body, local people believe that Loloh Cemcem is also efficacious in treating internal heat, smoothing constipation, and even lowering blood pressure. Although it has a sour taste, this loloh is also safe for ulcer sufferers. As long as you don't drink it on an empty stomach.
We work closely with local Indonesian producers and farmers to source the finest quality beans. Working directly with the farmers within 40 kilometers from our roastery, We are hands on with over 50 farming families. This allows us to experiment with processing methods and farming technique to ultimately produce the best coffee available. Over 95% of our beans are sourced within Indonesia with a small amount of specialty coffee hand selected from our global brokers.
“LOLOH CEMCEM” IS A HOME-MADE DRINK IN BALI WHICH IS MOSTLY PRODUCED AND MARKETED IN PANGLIPURAN VILLAGE, BANGLI REGENCY. THIS DRINK IS USUALLY SOLD AND PACKAGED IN MINERAL WATER BOTTLES.
Seminyak Petshop &Praktek Dokter Hewan
Montigo Resortsand tilo kids club
MONTIGO RESORTS PROVIDES THE ULTIMATE GETAWAYS FOR ALL GENERATIONS. FROM CHILDREN TO GRANDPARENTS, EACH EXCITING EXPERIENCE IS UNIQUELY SUITED TO INDIVIDUAL TASTES AND EXPECTATIONS. INDEED, THERE IS
amenities and services in the heart of the island’s most cosmopolitan district. Kids age 4 and up will delight at their highly interactive Tilo Kids Club, where young ones are engaged in fun and educational activities. A range of toys board games, video games (Wii, Xbox, PS3), cards and building blocks-along with activities such as arts & crafts, baking, face painting, canvas painting and origami classes creating a world of magic and imagination.
Coffee cartel is a cosmopolitan coffee spot with a chill vibe turning out premium blends and refined light bites. Creating the perfect blend is never easy, but they never settle for anything less. Their coffee roasting profile originated in north wollongong at delano coffee roasters, with a combined effort of their own expertise and one of the only few licensed coffee q graders in the world, their blend came to life. Their roasters are located in the heart of legian in bali and also wollongong australia, they are providing some of our favourite cafes and restaurants with their own unique blends created from imported and locally sourced green beans.