What you eat can truly determine the quality of your life. Food really is medicine! Ever since I was diagnosed with cancer, I have been really looking into the quality of the food I eat and making sure that what I eat has nutritional value. Despite loving to cook, I do tend to get into too much of a routine with what to make, so after learning about all of these spices that have anti-cancer properties, I’m excited to start creating more recipes with these in mind!
Life can be complicated but some things just aren’t. If someone is in need, you help!
With so many organizations, causes, and those that need assistance – how do you navigate which causes to be a part of or give back to? Here are some tips on how to identify where and how you can start to give back. I know I’ve felt overwhelmed in the past about how to select which organizations I want to commit my time, energy and resources to, so I am hoping this can help give you some guidance if you’d like to give back!
With the holidays upon us, I thought now would be the perfect time to have a self-care check in. I know the holidays can be so stressful. There’s always lots more social and family obligations, a lot more work that needs to be wrapped up before vacations start, plus all of that holiday shopping that needs to get done.
Below are 100 – YES 100 – ideas on how you can begin to incorporate self-care into your life. I’ve got my personal favorites that I put a little more description around and also some that were submitted from my community on Instagram!
Good vibes always, am I right? Having a clean home full of the right energy is so important to me. Since I work from home full-time now, I need to make sure the dishes are done, the desk is clear, and the vibes are high. For me, I know that the energy at home, will permeate my physical being. When things just don’t feel RIGHT, my mind feels cluttered, my body is slower, and I end up just not feeling great overall. Here are some quick tips on how to create good vibes in your own home!
Do you wake up feeling refreshed or do you need a couple more hours of sleep? For most of my life, I have been a late sleeper; midnight or 1am was the norm and I would only end up getting about 6 hours of sleep each night, if that. This year, even prior to me getting sick, I have been consciously working on how many quality hours of sleep I get. There have been quite a few adjustments I’ve made in order to get to this place but I now get an average of 8 hours of sleep each night. I’ll definitely share …