I love simple, effective workouts. Perhaps it’s the fact that I want my workouts to be an opportunity to rest my mind and get more in tune with my body. The less equipment, the better. Easier set up? I’m in! A super effective, challenging total body workout with a single dumbbell? Yessss, please.
Frittatas are a breakfast staple in our house. If we are home on the weekends and not on our way to the ski hill I take the extra few minutes to whip up a frittata. We eat them so often that my two year old daughter calls a frittata ‘eggs-tata’.
This mexican version of a frittata has become our new family favourite. It is packed full of flavour and pairs perfectly with avocado toast!
Feel free to add canned corn, or black beans to add a bit more fibre and mexican flair to this recipe.
These Greek Steak Tacos with Tzatziki are incredibly satisfying which means they are the perfect blend of filling and tasty.
One of the main strategies I use to eat healthily in a consistent manner is the law of satisfaction. When we eat with satisfaction in mind, we choose foods that both fill us up physically and satisfy our tastebuds. We are less likely to snack on processed foods when we are satisfied, and we are more likely to feel fuller for longer.
As an outgoing introvert, I’ve always struggled with setting boundaries around my time and energy. Knowing my physical and mental limits hasn’t come naturally, and the costs of not knowing my limits have been extreme exhaustion, stress, burnout, resentment and anxiety. But nothing has tested
When I first began this blog in 2014 as a place to share my healthy eating and exercise insights, I never imagined that healing would become a main theme in my work. I’d always felt that exercise was a fabulous instigator for personal growth, but healing? In 2014 I didn’t have much to heal from so it wasn’t a topic that was on my personal or professional horizon when I began to write and share my life on social media. But sometimes life has plans that take us down a path we would never expect.
One of the most common themes that comes up with myself and my clients is the issue of being hard on ourselves on our health and fitness journey. We often think we need to be more strict, more intense, more perfect or more committed in order to realize our fitness goals. So we get frustrated with ourselves for missed workouts, we berate ourselves for less than optimal food choices and we unknowingly create more stress and shame than is actually helpful.
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