One thing I wish someone would have told me in my developing life is the total difference the eyebrows can make for your face. Maybe it was my own fault for being too naïve to consider their impact. For every individual person, their individual bone structure and natural shape of their hair growth come largely into play to determine how they’ll fill in their brows.
Sometimes we can be found hovering over our laptop, chomping salad while finishing a proposal, or eating with a fork in one hand and a cell phone in the other. In a culture where it’s easy to stay plugged into work and social media 24/7, it’s easy to devour meals ravenously and swiftly without blinking an eye. While keeping up with work and current events is important, it doesn’t have to be at the expense of your health. If you often feel distracted and can’t remember the last time you sat down and truly savoured a meal, it may be time to hone and and focus on being intentionally present.
This recipe is packed with some really tasty healthy ingredients. If you read our nutrition blog recently, this recipe uses a lot of the shopping list ingredients. We have booster foods, vegetables, and spices. This is not your traditional broccoli cheese soup. It is definitely a very healthy alternative giving you plenty of vitamins and minerals.
Personally, I am not always the best with money. On the other hand, I’m also not the best at exploring products and brands to find new ones I love. I’m a classic buy it cheap and stick to it type of person. I do not buy expensive products or high-end makeup -- which means I had also never even tried any.
It isn’t always easy to get to a 75 minute long yoga class, or even to roll out your mat at home. I always encourage making the time, because no matter what else is going on in your life, maintaining your practice will be of benefit to you and the people close to you. It’s your time, to check in with yourself and to ease out the kinks in your body and mind — and protecting that time will make you calmer, steadier, and more patient with everyone around you.
Every few years or so, a new food phenomenon sweeps people off their collective feet. In recent years, matcha has made a big splash in the food (and beauty) world, earning it a spot on many booming trend lists. But matcha isn’t actually new. It’s old. Older than great grandma old. Thousands of years ago, Buddhist monks began a ritual of grinding tea leaves into powder and mixing it into hot water with bamboo whisks. Today, the ritualistic tea is experiencing a renaissance in the west, and for good reason.
We often hear the saying “Abs are made in the kitchen” and this is very true. The struggle to gain visible abdominal muscles and maintain them, they all come from what we are eating and drinking. For some of us we are designed with flat stomachs no matter what we eat, but many of us struggle to get the defined washboard abs look. With so much information on the web, I wanted to provide quick diet guidelines to follow to get your dream abs! Along with our abs exercise guide and this food guide you can reach those goals.
I loved motorcycles since childhood and as I grew up, I saw this love evolve gently. It wasn’t just another childhood dream of owning an awesome looking motorcycle. Along with owning and riding one, I had this urge out of nowhere to ride it to far off places, like the Himalayas. From high school, the images of the snow clad mountains mesmerized me and I knew, someday I would ride up there.