Throughout history, our ancestors have used essential oils for medicinal, aromatic, and general well-being purposes. Essential oils, while not as mainstream today, still offer these same remedies and natural benefits.
Cold temperatures, too much time indoors, missed gym days, and unhealthy comfort food can all contribute to what we dread most in the winter: sick season. While studies don’t actually prove that cold temperatures make us sick, the choices we make because of the cold often lead to a weakened immune system -- and that never-ending runny nose.
Lately, we’ve been obsessed with macro bowls, also known as buddha bowls or protein bowls. What are macro bowls you ask? Basically, they are bowls filled with tons of nutritional and flavorful goodness—mainly grains, vegetables, and seeds (hemp and chia are our favorites) topped with a tasty dressing or sauce.
Yesterday, January 11, was National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and, as supporters and advocates of the A21 Campaign, we believe it important to help our readers understand the importance of backing and rallying alongside anti-trafficking organizations.
To jumpstart the year, we thought we’d share this killer back-to-work, post-holiday HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) routine. This workout is a fun, high energy sweat sesh and it’s the perfect way to burn off all those drinks and sweets from the holidays! Make sure to bring your bottle of water—you’re going to need it.