I know that nutrition can be a struggle for many people and it has been for me, as well, to be totally honest. However, I now look at food not in the lens of what’s “good” or “bad” but I pay attention to how food makes me feel. If I eat a particular meal and notice my body or mood are not quite as great as I’d like, I look back to see what food I ate that maybe might have contributed to it. What we eat has a direct correlation to how our bodies feel!
Building a mindful morning doesn’t have to be difficult. It’s the littlest of steps that can make a big difference in your day. For me, I feel like I absolutely start the day off on the wrong foot if I am rushing out the door. I actually wake up much earlier than I actually officially “start” my day, so I wanted to share some tips with you that can help you create a mindful morning. I know it’s helped me a ton!
For many of us, it can be so easy to become detached from our own lives, our own needs. We are so consumed with our jobs and the need to be all things as a daughter, mother, sister, friend. When do we fit in the time to invest in our own well-being and our own needs?
I thought today I would break down simple ways you can begin to start investing in yourself. If you don’t fuel your own needs, we can’t expect others to do it for us.
It seems like many of you took notice of the spices that prevent cancer post so I thought I would continue this type of educational content on the blog and talk about other (easy!) foods that are great for your health. Let’s start with ginger and its many medicinal and health properties.
Anyone else a fan of sleep like I am? Despite really enjoying sleep and rest, for years it has been difficult to get to sleep at an early and reasonable time. Growing up, in school, I would stay up studying for exams into the early morning thinking that was my most productive time. The house was quiet and there were minimal distractions. Then, as an adult working in the corporate world, there were always work deadlines to meet, or sometimes I would just feel like I didn’t have enough hours in the day, so night time would be the only time I could fit in “catching …