School Drools: How to Keep on Track with Your Goals

I was going to write about college and it's effect on my mental and physical health journey. But then I realized I was partially at fault. School was to blame since there is a lot of work involved. However, it is also my fault for not finding the time especially for meditation and especially when… Continue reading School Drools: How to Keep on Track with Your Goals

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The Perfect Tea for Flu Season

Health officials in Canada have dubbed 2017 one of the worst flu seasons.  Since it's already in progress, we've long skipped over prevention. So now it's time for remedies.  Despite eating healthy most of the years and getting my vitamins up ala mangoes and the like, I have become sick. I work with the public… Continue reading The Perfect Tea for Flu Season


Top 4 Sources of Non-Dairy Milk Protein

With the dairy industry going ham with the milk ads, you would think that milk was the only source of protein. But fear not vegans, vegetarians, and people that are lactose intolerant! Dairy free milk (milk alternatives) have protein too. For reference: 1 cup of 2% cow's milk contains 125 calories, 8.5g of protein, and… Continue reading Top 4 Sources of Non-Dairy Milk Protein


Simple 3 Ingredient Smoothie

Making smoothies doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. Making smoothies can be as easy as 1-2-3! This 3 ingredient smoothie recipe shows just how easily and quickly you can make inexpensive, yummy smoothies. Here's what you'll need: 1.¬†Strawberries. 2. Water. 3.¬†Bananas. Both bananas and strawberries are high in vitamin C and are good sources… Continue reading Simple 3 Ingredient Smoothie


How to Be Vegan with a Busy Schedule

A lot of vegans are busy parents, people working on the go (i.e. truckers and delivery drivers), people working long hours, and the list goes on. The most common concern and problem is eating a balanced vegan diet on the go. Pressed for time, no way of heating anything up, and not to mention spoilage… Continue reading How to Be Vegan with a Busy Schedule