With the cooler weather dancing over us, autumn is the perfect time of year to start experimenting with new vegan recipes! One of my favourite things to eat in the fall are soups, due to their warming and nourishing quality.
Here are a few ideas to get you started in the kitchen making wholesome soups for your loved ones:
For centuries, humans have reaped the numerous health benefits of drinking tea. While North Americans are partial to coffee, many people all across the globe choose tea as their daily beverage instead. Caffeinated or not, tea truly is a special treat you can have each day and not feel the least bit guilty.
With the cold weather beginning to rear its head our way, tea is the perfect way to soothe ourselves! Here are some of the top teas you can sip on this fall:
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 plant-powered chain known as Copper Branch:
Fall is one of the most beautiful times a year in Canada. With crisp air caressing our faces, to stunning leaves changing colour left and right, what’s not to love?
The only thing to note is that seasonal changes and barometric pressure changes often shift many things inside us all. If we don’t watch ourselves, we may begin to feel ungrounded or lethargic.
Fall is a time for nesting for the winter, a time for caring for our bodies in preparation for the colder elements.
Here’s how you can optimize your mental and physical health as we drift into autumn:
With the school season on the horizon, I think it’s a great time to talk about every kid’s favourite class… lunch!
While I’d wager a guess that veganism isn’t typically a lifestyle choice chosen by children, vegan parents often love incorporating animal product-free elements into their children’s lunchboxes. Skip the processed stuff this September and adopt any of the following bites into your child’s lunchbox:
Yoga has been a guiding force for so many people on the planet for hundreds of years. One of the greatest things about yoga is its “go at your own pace” attitude designed to encourage the yogi to move in tune with his or her body, ignoring outside forces and doing what feels right for them.
There are so many types of yoga, from yin to hatha, and so many different ways to practice it, such as aerial or SUP.
One of the most popular types of yoga, however, is hot yoga – practiced in a heated room. Thinking of trying a class? Allow me to delve into the benefits hot yoga: