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Gratitude + Matcha Green Tea Truffles

I got to tell you, this past week wiped me out. I’ve been getting up at 5am as I had started my study plan for my nutrition certification.  But, then a few things happened this week that presented a bit of a set back. But, I surprised myself this week.

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Superfood Chia Bowl

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I’m giddy excited today. We’re just in the process of booking our Spring trip to L.A.  We had been toying with the idea of going to Thailand but given that we only had about a week, it just didn’t seem like the best use of such a short amount of time. We’ve tabled that trip for next year.

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My Favourite On-The-Go Snacks (mostly Paleo)

In an effort to minimize crappy, cannot-pronounce ingredients, I love to make my own snacks. And, for the most part, these are not time consuming.  What I do try to avoid is grains, refined flours, and minimal sugar, if any. Why? Because they tend to spike blood sugar which essentially will make us crave and grab for even more sugary and refined foods that do more harm than good.

I’m going to give you the snacks that I make myself and those that I grab from the store, on the go!

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Golden Milk Chia Seed Pudding

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James and I are in Seattle for the weekend. I decided mid-week that I really needed to get out of town (literally) as I had been pushing myself a bit too hard. If you read my last post, you would have learned that after a few months of feeling pretty great, I had a set back.

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{VIDEO} 5 February Favourites For Restlessness & Energy

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It’s been some time that I’ve put together a video and one that highlights a view of my favourite things!

When I was first diagnosed with low cortisol and adrenal fatigue (ie. low energy and burn out), I naturally started to reach for things that would help to boost my energy, and keep my health balanced.

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The 5 Critical Changes I Took To Improve My Adrenal Fatigue (Part 3)

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Last week, my sweetie (my husband) James was out of town visiting his family.  And while I love my time and routine with him, I do find myself even more productive on my weekends when he’s not there.

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Chocolate & Vanilla Coconut Macaroons

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I first have the say that I often make raw chocolates and cookies similar to these. Check out these Mint Chip and Wild Orange Protein Macaroons. And, the first person stealing them out of the fridge/freezer is my man, James.

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Vanilla Cacao Herbal Tea

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I’ve had a bucket-load of cacao beans that myprotein.ca sent me back in December. They’re cacao is amazing. I absolutely thought that their cacao powder was the richest that I’ve come across. Sheer decadence.

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Glowing Detox Salad with Creamy Pumpkin Seed Dressing

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I was thinking about all of you this morning and your New Year’s Resolutions.  For some of you, it may be going well and for others, maybe not so much??

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How To Make Homemade Ghee

I don’t know about you but I’m all about trying to make as much as I possibly can in my own home. From GRAIN FREE GRANOLA, to GRAIN FREE GRANOLA BARS, SMOOTHIES and DAIRY FREE PUMPKIN SPICED LATTES, and TURMERIC TEA LATTES, I want to be able to see and control what I am putting into my body. The same goes for ghee.  But, I understand that most people may not know what ghee is, never mind assume that it’s only for Indian food! (That’s what I thought too!)

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