In 2014, I was introduced to the Lyn-Genet Plan, which is based on the premise that each individual is unique and there is no single “healthy” food that works for every being.
I’m a pragmatic person, so why write about this squishy concept called “inner peace”? It turns out, there’s not a standard definition of inner peace.
Happiness comes in many forms. For me, moments spent with a paint brush in my hand are happy times.
Are you happy? Do you want to be happy? I don’t mean happy ALL THE TIME, but are you generally happy, and dare we say content, with your current life? The good news is that happiness can be achieved!
Simply put, a lifestyle is a way of living. For many of us, there’s our current lifestyle, and then there’s the healthy lifestyle we wish we had. The two can be very different.
What does it mean to be financially independent? Here’s what financial independence means to me: security, time to paint and write and explore, the ability to overcome crises, and the opportunity to leave the work force when I choose.
Tired of eggs for breakfast? Try these recipes for coconut nutty flax granola and blueberry pear compote.