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Decision Fatigue Will Ruin Your Diet

I have voices in my head, and so do you. Sometimes they are loud and bossy, and other times they are soft and kind. If you’re thinking to yourself, “I don’t have voices in my head. What are you talking about?” Just take 30 seconds right now to sit quietly and see what happens. Did…

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A Roadmap to Sustainable Health & Fitness

My journey through the murky waters of diet and exercise is best described as a long string of fads. I hopped from one thing to the next, trying to figure out how to look good and have peak performance while eating whatever I wanted and only hitting the gym when convenient.  I was looking for…

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4th Of July & Summer BBQ Guide!

Summer is in full swing, and that means more outdoor activities, parties, and celebrations! With the 4th of July, one of our favourite holidays, right around the corner, we thought we would put together this healthy barbecue guide with some of our favourite recipes, snacks, and gear! Summertime is great for meals al fresca (that…

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Lares Trail vs Salkantay Trail

Which one is for you? We have had the pleasure of hiking both of these Peruvian trails to Machu Picchu, and we want to help you decide which trail is right for you. In a perfect world, you would have the opportunity to hike both, which may seem like overkill, but we are here to…

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What Is A Habit And How Do You Replace It

We are a product of our habits. Yes, our genetic makeup is bestowed upon us from our parents, but beyond those predetermined building blocks, our habits create the final version of who we are in the world. In some ways, it’s liberating to think we have so much control over our destiny, but understanding how…

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Intermittent Feasting

When it comes to losing weight or altering body composition in any way, many may have the mindset that all you need to do is restrict your calories. The fewer calories you consume, the faster you lose weight, right? So you turn to dieting and impatiently watch the scale to see if the number decreases….

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How To Plan For Jazz Fest!

As newbies to the Jazz Fest scene we were so grateful to have some seasoned Jazz-festers who took us under their wing, mainly my cousin who flawlessly shepherded us through the experience like a pro. He has been attending Jazzfest for about a decade and for him the late night shows are of main importance….

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Love Your Mother

Considering she is the one great mother to us all; it’s pretty cool there is an actual holiday dedicated to Mother Earth! But just like we often do with our human Moms, we tend to take her for granted. This Earth Day we would love to inspire you to do one additional thing in your…

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The Authentic Self vs. False Self

Guest post by Ora Nadrich In my new book, Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity, I say that it is the present moment that matters the most, and if we value the moments of our lives, we will want to make the most of each one, and not let any moment go by without…

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Spring Equinox Meditation And Activation

For many people Spring evokes an energy of cleaning and clearing, making space for the new by moving out anything old and stagnant. As the Spring Equinox arrives, take time to ground in and get reacquainted with the changing season. Ask yourself, what is something you can clear out of your space to make room…

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