Category: Live

A Clean + Minimal Beauty Routine
The Importance of Creating Routine I never used to be a morning person until I started caring for my body. Throughout school, I would usually pry myself out of bed, slap some makeup on my face, head for the nearest cup of coffee and go on with my day. I dreaded mornings. Sound familiar at all? One of the first things my naturop ...
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A Zero Waste Trip to the Farmer’s Market
Hello, friends! Happy #PlasticFreeJuly! In honor of this, I thought I'd share with you a little bit about my trips to farmer's markets this summer. Farmer's markets can be one of the easiest ways to shop no waste, here's why: Fresh produce from local farmers is unlikely to be stored in plastic bags/containers It's convenien ...
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Falafel Salad + Honoring Cravings
Summer is here and my body has been craving so many fresh veggies! I believe it's super important to honor what our bodies are craving. Have you listened to yours lately? Cravings Our bodies can tell us more than you may think. I always get the question, "How do you stop cravings?" -- Well, I don't really. And I don't believe you ...
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Coconut Lavender Body Scrub
February. A month of snow, frigid air, and love. Wait, one of those things doesn't belong! Whether Valentines Day for you means spending time with a loved one, going out, or staying in, I think we can all agree that a little self-love is necessary. This DIY coconut lavender body scrub is my new favorite way to pamper myself. And bo ...
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Managing Stress + Anxiety
Depression. Stress. Anxiety. I thought that I had dealt with my fair share of those three words in high school, but I truly did not experience them until college; until I was diagnosed with a chronic disease. If you're suffering from any of these, my heart goes out to you. I understand, I really do. But what I want to write about i ...
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The Long Story
Halfway through my freshman year of college, I became very ill. I was extremely nauseated every day, and couldn’t grasp what was making me feel so awful. If I ate, I was sick. If I didn’t eat, I was sick. After about a week I saw a doctor who believed I had a stomach ulcer and sent me home with some medication. After about a month ...
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