French Lentil Salad Recipe by Nadia Syed.Read more
I have been a Feng Shui student for over eight years now (constantly learning!), and this is where I first learned about cleansing space and clearing energy.
I have adopted, very respectfully, many ancient practices that I truly believe help to “clear the clutter.” It’s not just about your physical space, which is essential, but about all the energy your home collects over some time.Read more
What to Eat for Digestion and Detoxification Spring is a natural time to reset our health and support our detoxification systems after a long and sluggish winter. Many of us eat heavier, dense foods throughout winter and naturally transition to……Read more
In today’s episode, we’re asking: what is getting in the way of your success? We all make promises to ourselves and then don’t follow through. Create the life that you really want with today’s special guest, Dr. Lisa Petty! Dr. Petty started her career as a holistic nutritionist and health researcher, becoming a sought-after speaker and a world-renowned author. After several years of working with women who were struggling to follow through on their health goals, Lisa returned to university where she earned a Ph.D. for her research on how midlife women face social pressures to be perfect in every facet of their lives. In this episode, Lisa shares her insight and wisdom to help you navigate some of the rude awakenings that happen at midlife, focus on yourself and what you want and need, and practice self-acceptance so that you can make sense of midlife and create the life that you really want!Read more
With the springtime sun making a comeback, it’s time to maximize the light. Here are all-natural ways to increase the amount of light in your home. The more reflective surfaces in your home, the more natural light you will bring inside. Use objects like mirrors strategically, hanging them to face windows and double the amount of sunshine that enters your home. Shiny objects like metallic frames will also do the trick.Read more
With the development of an indoor hydroponic garden used to grow fresh produce, Emily Bland, SeedEO of SucSeed, and her solution-minded team are dedicated to improving the standard of living at home and across the country.Read more
When COVID-19 led to the first wave of quarantines in March 2020, at Agrotonomy Tower Farms, we started to donate up to 95% of our vegetables and food production to low-income individuals. Giving away nutritious fresh fruits and vegetables has been, and still is, our response to the economic disarray resulting from the coronavirus situation. Our food donation program has been entirely funded privately by Agrotonomy and its officers and not through fundraising.Read more
By: Maria Depenweiller BaSc, P.H.Ec. Spring is the time for a revival. As nature wakes up from winter slumber, it might be a good idea to give our bodies an extra boost of nutrients to cleanse and awaken. In times……Read more
Ah yes, it’s that time again. The fresh spring air is here! Birds are in abundance, the flowers are beginning to bloom, and there is this newness all around…
Alright, stop the music.
While all of this is true, what also might be true (for some), is the humming frequency of overall fatigue playing itself out like a Baroque song in the background. Don’t get me wrong; I appreciate the work of Baroque, but not 24/7.Read more