Over the past few years I’ve completely shifted my eating habits from soda, candy, and junk food to (mostly) veggie-based, nutrient-rich meals. Keep reading to learn how I developed these new habits, and get some of my favorite recipes for healthy weeknight dinners!
A little over two months ago, I decided to completely quit sugar. Below I share what I learned in those two months and my reflections on what it was like to go without dessert or processed sugars of any kind. Quitting sugar was one of the best decisions I could have made, and I’m so glad I did.
Exercise is not only good for the body, but it’s good for the mind and soul as well. I’ve learned many important lessons about persevering through challenges and maintaining a growth mindset through my fitness practice – keep reading to learn the four most important life lessons I’ve learned from fitness.
I first began using essential oils a few years ago, when a friend who regularly used them explained the basics to me and gave me some examples of how she used them in her everyday life. I had heard of essential oils and their many benefits but it all seemed overwhelming and confusing, and I had no idea where to start. If you’ve wanted to start using essential oils but are unsure what they are or how to use them, or if you’re just looking for some new uses for them, then read on!
In the past year I’ve completely changed my perspective on food and fitness – I’ve learned to love healthy eating and crave exercise, and I feel so much better mentally, physically, and spiritually because of it. Keep reading to see how I shifted my outlook on wellness and what I’ve learned in the past year.
In this feature I’m interviewing women in the wellness and personal development world on what they do to stay well. Cynthia Charis is an intuitive energy healer and coach who has spent years cultivating many ways to be well and has helped countless others on their own wellness journeys. Read on to hear how she practices self-care and what she feels is the most important way to nurture your own wellbeing.