Whether your vacation time is in full swing or you are trying to get everything done before the calendar rolls over for the new year, here are ways to nourish your body and ground yourself in wellness this holiday season:
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.
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.
These muffins are not only easy to make, but they are adaptable to what you have in your kitchen. Store them in an air-tight container throughout the week for a quick snack or breakfast on the go. (Just try not to eat them all in one sitting—they are that good!)
Alongside big bowls of soup, we are constantly putting the kettle on the stove for a morning, midday, and evening cup of green tea, black tea, herbal tea, hibiscus tea—you name it. Not only is tea warm and tasty, but it has some wonderful health benefits that keep us wanting more. Here are a few:
It’s been a hard, heavy week in the USA. With all the natural disasters and the recent tragedy in Las Vegas, grief and sorrow have overtaken many of us. Whether you are aware of it or not, your emotional health has most likely taken a hit this week and it’s important you take care of your soul.