This write-up is a true hidden gem I re-discovered and it made me so nostalgic! Have you creatively gotten yourself out of situations that need you to overeat and/or drink when you just didn't feel up to it?
To say that cheese tastes good would be stating the obvious. We all know that. In fact, that is precisely why most of us have the urge to steer clear of it and have it nowhere near our pizzas and sandwiches. However, what if you were to learn that cheese isn’t so bad after all? It actually has several benefits to offer. If you love cheese as much as the next person, read on for five health-related reasons to add cheese to your diet!
A little glimpse into what we do and do not do. Feel free to add to this list if you have some more specific insights.
Not being able to say NO to yourself is a battle between you and your mind. Not being able to say NO to someone else when you clearly don't have the desire to do said task/eat said food is an entirely different battle. I know with confidence that we would all be happier if we stayed true to ourselves and said NO more often. Sharing a quick client excerpt which exudes her very palpable happiness at being able to make this switch for herself!
I know food drama is our all time favourite drama. But truly - the eating right process is simple and we overcomplicate it. Read on to learn more and think through the EASY and NOT EASY habits in your life!
I wrote this in 2014 - an entire 6 years ago! In the last 6 years, my writing voice has definitely matured and evolved. Phew! But more importantly, in the last 6 years, everyone in the West has caught on to the goodness of coconut water and it has become a mighty wellness trend. The coconut water I recommend is still the same though - the one that comes from the tree and not from a packet/bottle you get at the organic supermarket. P.S. The image at the bottom of the full article is my favourite recent coconut water plug seen and taken from the 'Overheard in NYC' Instagram page.
It seems as though the thought of doing something professionally which is more "challenging" and "intellectually stimulating" has been gnawing at me for many years now. But all these years, the one thing I have held on to dearly and cherished is how even though on a small scale, my work is making a difference in people’s lives. Here is a little gem I fished out from my Inbox which made me smile ear to ear :)
I wrote this in 2015 for a magazine and it was only my second time writing a published piece! When I re-read this now, I find it intriguing how while my voice sounds a teeennyy bit immature, all of the concepts are still on point! Happy reading! And feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts.