What You Feed Your Mind, Consumes Your Mind

Years ago, I made a conscious decision to stop watching the news each day. I found that daily consumption of the news, more often than not, made me feel sluggish, angry or sometimes, just downright afraid. I came to the realization that there was a major difference between being informed on whatโ€™s happening in the world and becoming so entangled in the messiness that it consumes your thoughts hours or even days later.

Meal Planning and the Magic of 3

Up until recently, meal planning was a serious stressor in my life. Most weeks I would scramble to come up with dinner dishes moments before running to do my grocery shop for the week. Or I would become so inspired that I would overcommit to making a handful of dishes, buy all the ingredients, and then life would get in the way. I could not seem to get into a proper rhythm of planning and executing meals and it left me in a major rut. It wasnโ€™t until I piggybacked on to an existing habit that Iโ€™m now able to meal plan with efficiency and ease.

Electrolyte Powder: Is It Part of Your Workout Routine?

A few years ago, I was on route to a weekend spin class and on a whim, decided to pop into a supplement store and take a look around. When I saw their wall of electrolytes products I became curious. As an adult, I had never consistently used electrolyte powder or energy drinks as part of my workout routine (remember when drinking Gatorade as a sporty teenager was a thing?!) I ended up picking up an electrolyte sample packet to see if it would make any difference in my performance on the bike.