August 31, 2015 |
We live in a world filled with toxins. We hear about toxins in our food, water, and air, but we also hear about “toxic” relationships and “toxic” thoughts.
The cocktail of toxins we are exposed to everyday creates health issues that we are all experiencing to different degrees. Commonplace complaints such as headaches, low energy, bowel irregularities, allergies, depression, skin issues and more are largely caused by overloaded detox systems in our bodies.
But we can change this. Here are three ways to reduce toxins in your body:
1. Eat Whole foods.
The major source of chemicals and toxins comes from our food. Look for whole foods free of preservatives, conservatives, and coloring agents. And when available, choose chemical-free and organic.
2. Use chemical-free cosmetics, body care, and cleaning products.
Over the last few years, this topic has been written about extensively. We now have lots of companies that are creating chemical-free products. You can always check how clean your products are at the Environmental Working Group’s consumer guides here.
August 28, 2015 |
With summer slowly coming to an end, and Labor Day upon us, there’s no better time than now to go take that trip. Here are quotes to inspire your travels!
August 26, 2015 |
I came across this recipe for blistered shishito peppers and have been making them pretty much everyday since. They’re the most delicious snack and only take 5 minutes! HERE is the recipe – enjoy!
August 26, 2015 |
Two of my current go-to’s to add a little snazz to an outfit are a bandana around my neck (I know this has been everywhere but I was a late adopter, what can I say?!) and anything with tassels. They just give a boring outfit a little more ummphhhh. You know what I mean?
What are your umphhhh go-to’s?
Wearing H&M sweatshirt, H&M skirt, Saint Laurent Fringed Small Bucket Bag, Jimmy Choo Marlin boots & Ray-Ban Classic Wayfarer’s XL