Everyone knows that nothing feels better than catching your groove and sticking to your wellness routine. In fact, habits are what ground us, even in the times where life feels out of our control. Some of my favourite habits I’ve established for myself are yoga and cooking. I love both of these activities because they help me be in the present moment, and stimulate both my mind and body.
The problem that people sometimes find is that when they forget to do their routine one day, that one day becomes three, and suddenly they’ve misplaced the willpower to get back on track.
Here is a helpful list of ways to cultivate healthy habits and stop self-sabotage:
As a vegan, restaurant menus and lunch dates can be tricky to navigate. Although most vegans I know don’t complain, and can always find something on a menu that they can eat, variety is the spice of life, and vegans deserve it outside of their kitchens too!
This month’s vegan spotlight is all about the Rastafarian-run restaurant known as Ital-Vital!
It happens to the best of us. It’s nighttime, a big day looms before you, and you can’t fall asleep. Intermittent insomnia can be a true inconvenience that can dramatically impact your performance during your waking hours. However, tossing and turning until the sun rises doesn’t have to be your only option.
Here are two of my top tricks for dealing with a restless night:
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:
This month I’m going to be talking about Downward Dog: