I’m a hug giver, sun lover, travel freak, yoga doer and full time fun seeker!
I’m Daria, a passionate raw/vegan chef & trainer (nutrition advisor/detox specialist) & intuitive wellness coach.
I travelled to more than 30 countries and still travel around the world to learn about food, cook with local people and get inspired to create the most deliciously nutritious, raw/vegan recipes. Mexican, Italian, Indonesian, Indian, Mediterranean style, to name but a few!
I’ve visited more than 100 raw/vegan restaurants from Bali all the way to Mexico and can proudly say I know my subject very well! However, I can never wait for my next journey to learn even more! Create more and eat more!
Most importantly I ‘m a happy soul dedicated to helping you become the most gorgeous woman you dream to be.
A born and raised Polish girl with a passion for the world to be a place full of peace and love. I’m a woman. I build, I don’t tear down other women.
I’ve felt the pain of being torn down and I decided I’ll be loving and building other women up.
All too often, we women find it easier to criticise each other, instead of raising each other up. With all this negativity going around, my mission to empower women was born.
I’m developing a worldwide community of healthy, confident and beautiful women. I inspire the #womenoftheworldtakeover their health, dreams and lives.
Since a was a little girl I always had girlfriends coming to me to help them solve ‘their everyday problems’ as their ‘junior psychologist’.
On call to this day, always hearing that I give them power, love, understanding and empowering them to overcome anything they may be facing. I’ve always loved that aftermath feeling of peace I was leaving in their hearts.
But I am sure you know life isn’t a ‘straightforward thing’. We often have to get lost before we are found. Yes, that ‘junior psychologist’ although always on call for others, herself she faced a lot of hardship; she was helping everybody else but was never able to open up to help herself, for a very long time.
Born into a family with an alcoholic father, growing up and seeing my mum facing everyday hardship made me build a wall around me (or I like calling it a fat layer) to hide and protect myself from hurt. Food became my anaesthetic. My best friend yet my worst enemy.
I’m blessed to have an amazing and strong mother. I feel this is what really kept me going. She was loving and protecting me as much as she could. Together with my beloved grandparents who gave me a loving second home in a beautiful countryside. Nature was my drug and healer in those days which I mostly spent on the fields or in the forests.
I’m a very ambitious person but my teens and early 20s were hard years for me. I was overweight, I didn’t accept myself, I didn’t like myself, I so much hated my thighs – there were so big! I didn’t see a purpose for my life. I went to university without fully understanding why I was doing it. I don’t think I was ready to become a Political Scientist at the age of 22, (I don’t think I will ever be ready), so I put the diploma into the drawer and I moved to England.
I spent a decade in England. There, I was completely lost with myself. I had no sense of purpose. I’ve done a lot there, but always felt it wasn’t enough, I wasn’t enough. So I kept eating and pretending I was happy when I really wasn’t. Waking up every day was a punishment.
I worked in a few places, set up a business (language school), went to university, got another diploma, this time to become a lawyer. Tried it, didn’t feel it was for me. I still had no sense of purpose, so I kept eating and numbing myself.