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
I recently travelled to Edmonton, Alberta to visit my best and longest friend Mandy. It had been awhile since we had seen each other, and months in advance I started counting down the days until we would be reunited.
Disclaimer: I actually wrote this post 2 months ago. Reading it today... still relevant. This image came up on my Instagram feed the other day and I thought to myself THIS WAS MEANT FOR ME. I immediately made it the background on my phone and every time I see it, I smile to myself. I'm … Continue reading Let That Shit Go
Working on a university campus means I work on a bit of a different calendar. September, the beginning of the academic year, almost feels like January all over again. Students are back on campus, there's a bit of a chill in the air, the leaves are slowly beginning to change, and there's a sense of newness and excitement. I love this time of year.
For my Life-cycles & Aging course, I was asked to write an essay about someone I know who I believe has aged well. I chose to write about my grandparents, Marcel and Linda Bourque. Enjoy 🙂 A Story of Longevity When asked to write about someone I know that has aged well, the first people that popped … Continue reading A Story of Longevity
Last night, I had nothing in my schedule. I had the whole night to myself. Originally, I had planned on just biking home, jumping on the couch and not really moving for the rest of the night (it was my first night off in what felt like a long time, I was damn well going to spend it any way I wanted!). But instead, I changed my route.