Living a more minimalist life means I look for ways to simplify as much as I can. When it comes to food finding quick food or simple food should not mean compromising your health. That’s why I love these super simple three-ingredient waffles. They are easy to make in batches and are crazy inexpensive. If you have a family at home you will love these budget-friendly waffles that you can easily make ahead and then store in the freezer all month long.
I would be lying if I didn’t admit that I was first drawn to mala beads because I thought they were super cute! Little did I know they would be able to seriously help me cope with the stress I had in my day to day life. The stress of being a stay at home mom who never gets a moment of silence, to stress in my marriage, in my work; anything life would throw at me. How these beads aren’t more popular is beyond me. They have the power to help with prayer, meditation and anxiety relief. Here is a little guide to where mala beads came from, how they were originally used and how you can incorporate them into your day to day life today.
It’s been over a year now since I had to accept the hard fact that a vegan diet wasn’t working for me. I had finished my Holistic Nutrition Certification that taught me all about the incredible benefits of plants and all the ailments that a vegan diet could cure. So why in the world was I getting sicker? I was so frustrated. How I was supposed to help clients? How could I face every animal I came across? I felt so torn between my morals, my knowledge, and everything my body was saying to me. This is my journey to quitting veganism and the life lessons it taught me.