May is here and Mother’s Day is near! While the name is “Mothers” day, this is a great opportunity to celebrate the strong, beautiful, caring people in your life; whether they’re a biological Mother or someone who feels like a mother. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite Mother’s Day Gifts for the special people in your life. 15 items, all under $15.
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Meal prepping seems to be a trend that’s decided to stay. Instagram is plastered with pictures of perfectly packaged Tupperware, all stacked and labeled in a flawlessly organized fridge. While the uniformly packaged meals look appetizing, this isn’t a realistic portrayal of what meal prep is. Keep reading for some tips to make meal prep more manageable.
Spring is in the air, and what better way to celebrate than with some spring cleaning? This year, in addition to cleaning our homes, cars, and offices, we’re going to cleanse our gut! It’s easier than you might think to include cleansing and detoxifying ingredients in your diet. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite cleansing and detoxifying dishes to get you started. Our Cleansing Fruit Salad makes a delicious breakfast with a little cayenne kick, while Kombucha Kimchi is packed with flavor and probiotics. Looking for more?
In honor of March being National Nutrition Month, we decided to seek out advice from one of our favorite Nutritionists, Carmela Wolf! Carmela is the Wellness manager at Down to Earth. She’s known for her vibrant, friendly personality, along with her wealth of health information. To share Carmela’s knowledge, we’ve created a “Wellness Wednesdays” series!
Spring is a time of renewal, a time to get organized! It's hard to get organized if you aren't feeling your best self. An easy way to get on track is through a healthy diet. Using seasonal produce is a great way to make healthy eating more enjoyable. Spring brings a plethora of delicious, colorful produce. We've selected some of our favorite spring recipes using seasonal ingredients like citrus, collard greens, and strawberries.
You might be at a point in the year when you’re struggling to keep the new year’s health resolutions you made and you’re falling back to old habits. Old habits die hard, but they don’t have to in your case! Here’s a list of some of the most common barriers to staying healthy and how to overcome them
Do you have an overwhelmingly messy kitchen? Are you interested in starting this new year with a tidier kitchen? Are you ready to declutter your kitchen? If you answered yes to any of the above, keep reading!
A few years ago, when I was a high school teacher in Australia, I assigned my homeroom students a task to each come up with a random act of kindness and write it on a small card. On the other side of the card were the words “You’ve been hit with a random act of kindness. Please feel free to pass it on.” The criteria of the acts of kindness were that they should be done anonymously if possible, and they should be generic enough that anyone could achieve them. We then placed all the cards in a box and each of us drew a card randomly.
The holidays are just around the corner and I couldn’t be more excited. I love the holidays because I get to hang with my family and connect over good food. Over the past couple years I was so sick and tired of becoming bloated after a big holiday dinner that I’ve become more aware of my actions.
Plant-based eating style is a lifestyle change that many people are currently considering, however, this doesn’t mean that everyone has all the facts. Looking for the best and most educational vegetarian flicks out there? Look no further.