Benefits and Detriments (yes, because there are some) of Reducing Sugar

My sister and mother decided to FaceTime me a few nights ago about how Jennifer Lopez catalyzed this ten day sugar free and carb free challenge, somewhat inducing them to ask which foods were suitable for a little-to-no carbohydrate diet. You can probably infer that this situation inspired me to write this post, nearly all … More Benefits and Detriments (yes, because there are some) of Reducing Sugar

Discovering Your Chi: Be Mindful of What You Consume

With every waking moment we experience, we take in some form of energy, whether through food and beverages, purchasing, movement, social interaction, watching television, listening to music, physical touch, reading, transactions, and social media. Even breathing is consumption–you’re inhaling various gases, after all! But anyhow, there seems to be this immense emphasis on consumption in … More Discovering Your Chi: Be Mindful of What You Consume

Vegan Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread (gluten-friendly)

You know what I find incredibly important about establishing in a home space? Aromas and scents. In general, the go-to’s are lavender, orange blossom, rosemary, cherry blossom, eucalyptus, basically anything incredibly symbolic of spring. However, when it comes to the kitchen, nothing beats a sweet smell of a dessert, whether it be pumpkin pie, chocolate … More Vegan Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread (gluten-friendly)

Health Book Review: French Women Don’t Get Fat by Mireille Guiliano

Ever since my father gave me the information to his Audible subscription account, I have amassed a mini library of books that are some of the most life-altering out there. All of the books I read are self-help, non-fiction, or autobiographical. But they are all absolutely thought-provoking and applicable. Each of them packs a unique … More Health Book Review: French Women Don’t Get Fat by Mireille Guiliano