One of my personal daily self care musts is to go for a walk. I know, it doesn’t sound like much, but the benefits of walking are seriously fascinating and go so much farther than simply giving those muscles a workout. And the best part – it’s pretty easy to get on board.
Walking doesn’t require a gym membership or any expensive equipment. And you don’t need to be Duke Nukem to be good at it. If you’re fortunate enough to have two good legs that can bear your weight you can easily reap the rewards of this simple, fantastic activity!
So let’s get our walking shoes laced up and talk about how walking seriously benefits you mentally, physically and emotionally.
The benefits of walking are pretty flipping cool guys – I’m really excited for you to take all of this goodness in.
Are you ready to get your potato wedges on? Heck yes, right? Wedges make such a wonderful appetizer and pair well with so many dishes, they’re really a must have in the old recipe drawer. And these ones are covered in the most incredible maple mustard sauce (I’m obsessed!)
So let’s pre-heat those ovens, pull out our cutting boards and get this party started, shall we?
Sarah Danna, the creator of Sarah & Spices is a healthy vegan food creator on a mission – she wants to show you that eating well and filling up on veggies is super simple and incredibly affordable. Did I mention that she’s only 16 years old? How freaking impressive is that?!
Sarah’s passion and enthusiasm shows us that healthy eating is truly enjoyable and achievable for people of all ages. Her passion for cooking is truly contagious. And I know you’re going to adore her creativity (the recipe she’s sharing with us here is pretty bonkers amazing).
So without further ado, I’d love to introduce you to Sarah:
Looking to get that beautiful skin glow? This simple, 5 ingredient DIY face scrub has your back! So bust out your food processor (or blender) and get ready to make a little skin care magic.
Let’s talk about why this homemade scrub rocks it in the skin care department and how you can make it. There’s even enough to share (although I won’t judge you if you don’t 😉 )
If you’re staring at your screen in confusion right now wondering why in the world I would tell you not to stop procrastinating, I totally get you. We’ve been told that procrastination is a bad thing our wholes lives. So the idea of it being good for us sounds kind of bonkers. But I’ve got some pretty exciting news for you:
Procrastination is wonderful for you mental well-being, silences your inner critic and even makes you more productive and creative.
Still feeling skeptical? Don’t stop procrastinating just yet and let’s talk about it: