In regard to my post a few days ago about self-care, I thought it might useful to brainstorm the ways in which we can practice self-care without blowing our budget. I think many of us automatically associate self-care practices with a high price tag, but it certainly doesn’t have to cost you an arm or … More Practicing affordable self-care
Body positivity is, in my opinion, perceived in one of two ways; a positive movement involving confidence and acceptance of oneself, or a negative message that perpetuates the ideology that being overweight and unhealthy is okay and praised. I was chatting with my sister about the two sides of the concept. My sister, who happens … More Body positivity: progressive or dangerous?
For some of us, staying in shape takes top priority. For others, perhaps staying in shape is a little lower on the priority list. Regardless of how strongly you prioritize overall wellbeing, I’m here to offer you some good news: staying in shape doesn’t have to cost a fortune, and almost anyone can retain their … More Staying in shape on a budget
It is perhaps somewhat hypocritical of me to compose a blog post discussing the act of meal-prepping considering I have never meal-prepped myself, but after speaking with some people who do and reading up on it, I thought it may be useful for people who do meal-prep to read about some tips and tricks I … More Tips For Meal-Prepping
It’s asparagus season, so what better way to celebrate this wonderful time of year by emphasizing just how good this stuff is for you. It tastes great, has a multitude of benefits, and can be cooked in a variety of ways – what more could you ask for from a veggie? According to Eating Well, … More Get Your Asparagus On!
I wouldn’t blame you if you read the title of this post and ran screaming in the other direction, because I almost did just that when I initially came across this recipe. Chickpeas and cookie dough simply don’t mix, right? Easy peasy. Well, I found myself thinking about this recipe for a few days after … More Chickpea Cookie Dough?
For many people, the thought of consuming turkey only occurs throughout the Holidays, for example, Christmas and Thanksgiving. This stereotype is unfortunate, however, considering just how beneficial eating turkey is for the human body. Turkey can benefit the body in a variety of different ways if ingested. For example, turkey is inevitably a solid source … More Don’t Be A Bird, Eat Your Turkey!
If you’re like me when it comes to making dinner, chances are you’re looking for a quick, easy, and relatively healthy recipe that can be made in advance to enjoy later. My shrimp and rice bowl recipe fits all of my dinner criteria, and it can be made in a single batch or in larger … More My Shrimp and Rice Bowl Recipe
Earlier this week my mom and I took my grandparents out for dinner to Lemongrass restaurant in Hamilton, Ontario. Lemongrass offers Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, and this occasion was my second time eating at the restaurant. I wanted to dedicate a post to Lemongrass because it really is a fantastic restaurant. The restaurant in Hamilton … More Lemongrass Restaurant