Month: April 2017

5 Ways to Stay Inspired

There could be different reasons to why you clicked on this post. You might be in a rut, feeling drained of energy and inspiration, or you just want to read how to keep yourself motivated and productive. With the busy lives most of us live, it is important to acknowledge how you are feeling, and stay inspired no matter how busy or stressed out you are. Did you know that stress can lead to insomnia, headaches, depression and a weakened immune system? So, taking care of yourself is a vital part of feeling good and being the best possible version of yourself. Here are some of our favorite rituals to take care of ourselves and some things we love to do to ground ourselves and feel inspired. Gratitude list Every morning and night, write down five things you are thankful for. It could be the smell of coffee in the morning, or a hug from you mom. No matter what you feel grateful for is worth thinking about. Creating this as a habit and a daily …

Clean + Simple: Chia Seeds

I am currently in the process of becoming a “Certified Health Coach”, and while I’m not exactly sure how that will play out in my life besides being a cool title to add to my Linkedin page, I have at the very least picked up a few tips and tricks through the process. In the midsts of superfoods and multi-vitamins, eating healthy can feel intimidating. Why are so many people obsessed with Avo-Toast? How many greens are too many greens? WTF is Kambutcha and why does it smell so gross? And that’s where I’ll come in. Through this new segment I am introducing to the site, I hope to clear up some of the confusion that can come with eating well. Every once and a while, I’ll pop over here to introduce you to a new way of eating, a new ingredient, and few easy recipes. For the first installment, I thought I would start with something simple, something many of you have probably heard of, and maybe even experimented with before. Chia seeds . What …