Travelling is so important to me. If you read my previous post, you know that travelling is always at the top of my New Year’s Resolution list. I love seeing new places, trying new foods, hearing and speaking a different language and immersing myself if a different culture. I’ve been travelling quite a bit since… Continue reading My Travel Essentials
2018 was a weird year. I had so many intentions and goals, but unfortunately, none of them were reached. 2018 was a year of ups and downs for me. There were a lot of stresses from all different aspect of my life that came out of nowhere! There was a ton of stuff going on… Continue reading Happy 2019!!
Let me tell you about the time I completely embarrassed myself in spin class. It was an 8am class on a Sunday morning at SoulCycle. There were maybe 10 people in the class that morning. I chose the end bike in the very last row. In this particular spin studio, the last row had two cutouts… Continue reading One of My Most Embarrassing Moments
Sometimes I can’t always make it to my favourite yoga class, or there are no classes scheduled when I’m able to get to the gym. There are things I’ve learned about starting and committing to a home yoga practice. When I first started practicing yoga at home, about five years ago, I would look to… Continue reading 3 Easy Ways to Start a Home Yoga Practice
Alternative milks are all the rage these days, as most people have decided to give up on cow’s dairy (for some pretty good reasons!) I stopped drinking cow’s milk over 10 years ago… when it became very apparent that I was lactose intolerant. There are a ton of varieties of almond milk to choose from… Continue reading Homemade Almond Milk
I classify myself as a city girl, but I do love the outdoors. Last May I headed out west to Alberta for work, and I was able to tack on few personal days to really enjoy and soak up the landscape. I spent a week in the Rockies, specifically Canmore, Banff and Kananaskis. Waking up… Continue reading Alberta & the Rockies
OK, first of all, what is spelt? Spelt is an ancient grain (going back at least 7,000 years) that has made a bit of a comeback recently. Spelt flour has become a popular option for people looking for flour alternatives to refined, all-purpose white flour. Spelt does contain gluten, but it is easier to digest… Continue reading Banana Bread with Spelt Flour