Last week I spent the week with a group of university students who were spending their reading week doing community service-learning in the small community of Quizarra, Costa Rica.
I've always been the type to sit down at the end of the year and write down my big, lofty goals. This felt like a worthwhile, productive thing to do. But have I ever reached any of those goals? Certainly not as a result of a systematic approach to reaching them. For my birthday last … Continue reading 3 Things I’ve Learned About Goal Setting
One of my goals for 2018 is to read one non-fiction book per month. I took a look at my "To Read" list on my phone that is steadily growing, and chose the 12 books that I have been wanting to read for the longest. Here they are! Rising Strong - Brené Brown The Pursuit … Continue reading My 2018 Reading List
Well, we're one week in to 2018 and I'm feeling pretty good about my goals. I have decided to come up with mini goals/habits each month that support my larger goals, and track them in my journal. For the month of January, I am tracking the following under each larger theme: Health I want to: … Continue reading One Week In
I really love this time of year. It's a time for new beginnings and looking ahead to the future. As I do each year, I took some time to sit down and reflect on the past year and write down my goals for the new year.
Do you ever feel like you're doing a lot and yet, never doing enough? It's the constant pursuit of perfection, to the detriment of your self-esteem and mental well-being.
This is a recipe that was shared with me by a friend who is a whiz at throwing things together in a food processor and creating something that actually tastes GOOD.
Top o' the mornin' to ya! Happy St. Patty's Day! In celebration of this festive day, I'm sharing my favourite green juice recipe.
Don't let the 'vegan' title (or my amateur foodie photography) fool you, this vegan chili is ah-mazing.
If I had to choose just one piece of nutrition advice to give someone, it would be this: DRINK MORE WATER Seriously, it's the nutrient of life. You can survive up to 3 weeks without food (not something I would recommend...) but without water, you wouldn't even make it to next week. Besides being life-sustaining, … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Drink More Water