The holidays are quickly approaching, and for many of us, it's filled with love and fun, but for those dealing with challenging family structures, loss, or spending them alone, this time of year can bring a lot of unwanted stress and anxiety.
Food plays a role in all aspects of our well-being, and I encourage you to look at food as more than a means of fuel, but as a resource for nourishment and to support your overall health and spirit; here's how food can heal you and fuel your spirit.
If you're traveling and want an authentic experience and connection to the place you're visiting, head to their market or local festival.
Change doesn't happen overnight—you work at it, slowly chipping away at it by consistently doing the work, and shifting until it feels right.
Today, I made a commitment to myself that I'm getting back on track and putting self-care at the top of my list with these five practices.
If you're like me, Monday is a melodramatic day; you go from a carefree weekend to the [somewhat] structured routine of the work week.
Mornings are hard, especially when you're winging it daily, but with a proper routine, consistency, and a moment of stillness, you'll be off to becoming the morning person you thought you'd never be.
While there are challenges and roadblocks, there are ways to keep your creativity while working, even in the few hours you have after working a full day. Here are five ways to stay creative while working a 9-to-5.