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:
If there’s one thing you want to do to make your diet a healthier one it’s totally eating more vegetables. But it can be incredibly hard to know where to start (especially if you’re not used to having a veggieful plate). But fear not friends! I’ve got a pretty amazing solution for you that’s deliciously wonderful and can easily be enjoyed by veggie enthusiasts and healthy foodie newbies alike – veggie noodles!
I’ve got a sweet and sour sweet potato noodles recipe here for you today! But that’s not all. I also have a pretty fantastic veggie noodle tutorial infographic for you so that you can turn other vegetables into delectably awesome noodles and create your own recipes. Sound good? Heck yes it does!
Let’s get cooking. Sweet and sour sweet potato noodles, here we come!
I don’t know about you, but goal setting (especially this time of year) can be kind of a stressful endeavour. There’s this pressure to renew ourselves, to better ourselves and to achieve (or at least set out to achieve) some pretty ginormous things. And you know what all that pressure adds up to? Anxiety baby! Which is not good fodder for building our dreams.
So how do we set goals in a healthy way? Because those dreams definitely aren’t going to achieve themselves. Let’s talk about it: