It’s Sunday morning and I’m in a Seattle coffee shop after waking from a deep, restful sleep in my hotel room. James and I often go to Seattle (Bellevue to be exact) to start the holiday season off. If you’re in the area, Bellevue starts their annual Snowflake parade which just zaps you into the Read More–>
Let’s talk feminine products for a quick sec before I introduce this product. Now, this isn’t necessarily a topic that I’ve dived real deep into but it is something that I find myself very conscious about for two reasons: Most feminine products contain an enormous amount of packaging. If you’re using feminine pads, as Read More–>
Have you heard of oil pulling? It sounds like such a highly technical term but it is the easiest step that you can take for a healthier (and even whiter) smile. In fact, oil pulling is several healthy properties to this ancient practice:
One of the great things about transitioning into the different seasons is the change in flavours. Besides pumpkin, root vegetables, spice, and apples take centre stage.
The weather in Vancouver has been crazy gloomy. It has literally (at this point anyways) rained for over 30 days. No sunlight for 30 days! So, I’ve been making sure that I’m getting my daily vitamin D and omega fatty acids to make sure that my immune system is still strong despite this shitty weather.
It was only six short years ago that I decided to take control of my own health. As a result of living a high-stress lifestyle, I was having severe episodes of anxiety, digestive upset, hormonal imbalances, and inadequate restful sleep. It was a total mess…
I’ve been pretty committed about reducing my sugar intake including fruit. I know, we’re always told to eat our fruit because they ARE rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fibre. However, if you have any blood sugar imbalances, watching your sugar intake is critical in balancing them out.