It's an uncertain time, and no matter how much self care and organization we do, it's affecting all of us in different ways. It's more important than ever to show ourselves - and those around us - kindness, support, and grace as we navigate uncharted territory. While there's so much we cannot control right now, we can still control our thought patterns and reactions. If you're feeling the low hum of stress that seems to be surrounding us right now, here are a few quick ways to find a little mental peace amid the chaos. Get Grateful It's cliche to tell you to list what you're grateful for, but it's proven and effective. It doesn't need to be anything formal, and you can...
With many restaurants closed temporarily and grocery store shelves looking emptier than usual, it might feel like you can't enjoy the same healthy and convenient meals you're used to. Here are a few tips and an easy grocery list that will ensure you have plenty of meal options made with real, whole foods no matter what.
We hear a lot about "self love" these days when it comes to mental health, careers, relationships, confidence, and well, basically everything in our lives. On the surface, self love might sound a little "woo-woo" or perhaps a little selfish, but psychology studies back up its importance. Here are a few self compassion practices to try!
Reading and interpreting food labels is one of the best ways to make sure you're eating foods that are nutrient-dense and align with your values, but all the certifications and claims on packaging can make it difficult to know what's truly meaningful and what's just tricky marketing. Here are some of the more confusing or misleading words you might see on labels, how and if they're regulated, and what they mean.