In my mind, wintertime is synonymous with teatime! The blistering weather is the perfect inspiration to put the kettle on the stove and brew a hot pot of loose-leaf tea.
Fortunately, there are a wide variety of teas that you can choose from that possess a host of health benefits. However, one of my favourite’s to brew is ginger tea.
As a yoga teacher, I’ve found immense pleasure in delving into and expanding my knowledge about the practice. From adopting the yogic principles into my everyday life, to studying each pose for all that they have to offer – yoga is my inspiration.
Therefore, each month on the blog I’ll be giving you a taste of what you need to know about a specific pose, in the hopes that my writing will help strengthen and motivate your practice:
With January upon us, Canadians are now being plagued by the inescapable cold weather that so famously makes a visit each winter. If you’re no stranger to these frigid temperatures, you’ve probably found yourself stepping into an ice-cold slush puddle at many points in your life and mumbling angry words under your breath for the rest of your walk to the store.
I know, because I’ve been there. In fact, I’m notorious for disliking the cold! For this reason, I’ve developed a solid strategy for surviving the Canadian cold that includes:
There I was in late December, sifting through a mountainous bail of plastic grocery bags while trying to organize them so that they would take up less space in my home. To make matters worse while doing this arduous task, I was reminded of the fact that I had a near equal amount of reusable bags just crying out for me to put them to use!
I vowed in that moment to make it my new years resolution to recycle more. A sustainable lifestyle helps the planet in a variety of ways, and I’m very excited to challenge myself to really stick with it!