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Easy Tips to Make Homemade Oat Milk

Ready to ditch store-bought and start making your own homemade plant-based milks? Plant-based milks are seeing a surge in popularity these last few years, touting a better carbon footprint for the planet, and a wide range of health benefits. There is now a wide selection of plant-based milks which you…

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Quick Tips to Improve Your Mood

Do you jump out of bed every morning, eager to take on whatever challenges today has in store for you? Or do you stagger around like a zombie until your third coffee? If you are chronically exhausted and lacking in motivation and energy, here are a few tips that may…

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5 Easy & Delicious Summer Salad Boosters

Summer is almost here, which means out with the hot meals and in with the cold! Your taste buds will be craving fresh foods when the heat hits, and a hearty salad can be the perfect fit. Salads are labeled as one of the healthiest meals, and rightfully so –…

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Simple Breathing Exercises to Try

Keeping our own well being at the forefront is crucial these days, and while we can all get busy, it’s important to find small ways to take a moment, pause, and reset with some deep breaths. Here are 2 easy ways to implement some deep breathing exercises into your daily…

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BBQ Baking + Cinnamon Roll Recipe

Written by Jo Notkin People tend to bake a lot in cooler weather, but the BBQ is really just an outdoor oven when it’s set up in the right way. I wanted to create something that would allow me to fuse two of my favourite things together – baking and being…

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Wealth Mindset: Ideas for Creating New Streams of Income

There is a stat floating around the internet stating that the average millionaire has 7 streams of income. If you’re not a millionaire yet, this likely begs the questions, what is considered a stream of income, and how many do you have? When researching income streams, you will discover that…

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7 Things to Know About Avocados

Although most of the calories in an avocado come from fat, it’s a healthy, beneficial fat that helps to keep you full and satiated. Fat is essential for every single cell in the body. Consuming healthy fats helps slow the breakdown of carbohydrates, which aids in maintaining blood sugar levels. Here…

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How to Show Random Acts of Kindness

We all like surprises, and kind gestures or random acts of kindness can make all the difference in whether you or someone you know has a ‘good’ day or a ‘bad’ day. It could be an unexpected gift, or even a treat in your bag at the drive-thru window;  a surprise…

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Getting Outdoors & In Tune With Your Inner Self

Written by Sarah Good As the warmer weather settles in, many of us feel a strong yearning to be outdoors as much as possible. At the same time, many of us are still practicing physical distancing and may have limited access to outdoor space where we can stay away from…

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Natural Sun Protection Tips

Let’s talk sunscreen: we often think that we are doing the right thing by coating ourselves and our children with sunscreen, when in fact, we may be causing more harm than good. One of the main chemicals found in sunscreen to block the Ultraviolet B-light is octyl methoxycinnamate or OMC.…

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Spring Fashion tips

Spring Fashion Tips

Once the sun starts peeking its head out and we feel like we’ve seen the last of winter’s cold and snow, it’s time to break out the jean jackets and sunglasses for some fun and bright spring fashion. Here are a few ways you can instantly boost your look this…

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6 Items You Can Donate While Spring Cleaning

With spring comes a new beginning; a time to clear out some of the old or broken items in our lives and make way for a new and fresh start. Whether you’re a fan of cleaning or not, there is something to be said about shaking off the cobwebs from…

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Bringing Mindfulness to Pain Management

Written by Sarah Good Let’s face it, when we are in pain and we slow down to notice what’s present, we often notice more pain. Yet, there is good evidence out there that having a mindfulness practice can improve the quality of life for people living with pain. I’ve experienced…

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Learning How to Switch Off On Weekends

We all need to take a break every now and then, and the weekends are often the perfect way to slow down and be more mindful about creating relaxing moments to enjoy days that are less structured and busy. Here are some ways you can make the most of the…

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Creating an Outdoor Living Space You’ll Love

As the weather gets warmer and the sun shines brighter, it’s a perfect excuse to head outdoors. Looking to shake things up while working from home? Hoping to make your outdoor living space more enjoyable in anticipation of a summer staycation? Bright green hues and new flowers blooming are a…

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Time to Pause & Slow Down

Written by Heidi Payne Time to pause… One of my favourite trees in my yard got an infection recently, and I feel it is a perfect representation of the last year: stunted growth, illness, death, invasive and harmful growth of negative influences; but also renewal, regrowth, persistence, resilience, hope, faith,…

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5 Meal Prep Tips to Save Time in the Kitchen

We’ve all heard that meal prep is a busy person’s superpower, but let’s face it – it’s sometimes easier said than done, and no one wants to spend hours in the kitchen when they could be outside enjoying the nice weather and sunshine. Here are 5 simple and quick food…

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The Power of a Positive Mindset

Written by Donna Pinsonneault There are many books written on the act of focusing on a positive mindset. On some level it may seem hokey that so many people can write all these books about such a simple concept. And yet, it is so easy to fall into the negative…

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How Much Water Should You Be Drinking?

You may not think it, but a lot of the ups and downs you may experience in any given day could be due to a lack of hydration. Do you know how much water you’re drinking on a daily basis? If you experience any of the following symptoms on a…

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5 Foods That Harm Your Hormones

Written by Patsy Commisso There is no doubt that the environment we live in is toying with our hormonal system. From cosmetics to household items, to the air we breathe, all are composed of chemicals that influence our hormonal pathways. The result is an increase in diabetes, stress, early menopause and…

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How Do You Know If You Have Anxiety?

It is absolutely normal for people to feel worry or fear, when you are about to face a challenging situation such as an examination, job interview, public speaking engagement or a recital. However, anxiety occurs when a reaction is blown right out of proportion with what might be a normally…

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Spring Cleaning In 5 Steps “The Home Edit” Way

Spring cleaning is one of those rites of passage that some of us look forward to all year long… or that some of us dread. After a long winter, it’s often a way to ‘shake off the cobwebs’ and welcome in a fresh new season with long, deep, and clean…

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Tips to Overhaul Your Laundry Routine the Non-Toxic Way

Written by Jodie Pappas Want to know a little secret of mine? I love doing laundry! My laundry rituals have changed over the years, and now include lots of healthier, eco-friendly and sustainable laundry ideas which are easy to implement in everyday life. Here is a rundown of the important…

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5 Superfood Powders to Fuel Your Health

Written by Patsy Commisso When we think of power powders, the first that usually comes to mind is protein powder, but there are a whole line of super powders that are making their way into mainstream eating and for good reason. Powders are beyond convenient for a busy lifestyle, and…

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Nutrition Boosters During a Pandemic

Written by Patsy Commisso Taking care of your health in the midst of COVID-19 is on everyone’s minds these days. We know that nutrition is intricately linked to immunity and to the risk and severity of infections. Poorly nourished individuals are at a greater risk of various bacterial, viral, and…

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You’re Not Crazy! It Could Be Peri Symptoms…

Written by Teresa Isabel Dias There are many menopause myths out there, one of the biggest myths being that menopause affects old women. The fact is that perimenopause (peri) can start in your late 30’s or early 40’s, a far cry from ‘old age’! Most women start peri knowing little about…

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How to Become a Mindful Eater & Improve Your Health

Written by Patsy Commisso Food has the potential to enhance lives and improve health, but there are also many factors that impact healthy eating – including how we eat. Being mindful is a way to slow down your habits and really pay attention to what you’re putting into your body.…

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