Life. The of path life is not linear nor is it smooth and even beneath our feet. Life will inevitably throw us a curveball, or two, or maybe even 12. Life happens so being flexible and kind with yourself when you need to pivot in your life is key to sustain a supportive lifestyle. If you come home and just feel like not cooking the dinner you had planned, that’s ok! We are all human.
A healthy lifestyle is more than just about physical health, it is about being mindful to what your mental and emotional capacity is from day to day and having tools you can use from your ‘wellness toolbox’ to meet those needs. Movement that brings you joy, self-care activities that help mitigate stress, functional healthy lifestyle habits, and mindset practices that supports the body as a whole.
Here is where I share some lifestyle articles that my hopes can be informative and useful tools to enhance your ‘wellness toolbox’.
In great health, Jo
2020 & well let’s face it… 2021 has been a hard year for many people for a variety of reasons. During covid, I felt a lot of pressure that I should use the time to get ahead on work, create something new, learn something new, etc. With many people showcasing the many things they were able to accomplish over covid with the “extra downtime”, I felt pressure to achieve or complete something big…. but the reality felt very different for me. I did not have creative energy during the lockdown, I found it challenging to get “motivated” to make and accomplish ‘to-do lists’ and instead I found myself focusing my energy on rest and recovery.
Now in part two, we are going to talk about some tips in HOW you can set the stage at home to introduce the IDEA of adding in new nutrient-dense whole foods into your child’s meals in a way that does not cause a food strike in the home and helps lay the groundwork for healthy relationships with food in the future.
As a parent, we always want our kids to make food choices that support their growth, development, health, and happiness. However, this can be a bigger battle sometimes based on food preferences, food allergies and/or intolerances, and the just plain old “picky eaters” phases that our kids throw at us.
Dry January. I like to preface this post with I am not someone who jumps on any nutrition or diet bandwagon because it’s trendy or
Hey, I’m Jo! As a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant, Practitioner and Raw Food Chef, I am passionate about creating simple, whole-food recipes that easily fit into your everyday life. I am committed to empowering you to find fulfillment in fueling your body to regain balance, reclaim health and rejoice in the most vibrant body possible.
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