Practicing gratitude used to feel like a chore to me. I thought I was already thankful, so why did I need to take the time to write it down? Would it really make a difference?
Now that I’ve been doing it for about two years, I can answer that:
In fact, it can completely change your life!
Here are my 5 favourite ways to use the magical unicorn of appliances: THE INSTANT POT!
A super nourishing and slightly spicy butternut squash soup made with bone broth.
You know those cheap cookies you eat because they’re there, that come with some weird obligation to finish? (Kind of like that book you just started and aren’t enjoying. Somehow it keeps looming over you and won’t let you start something new until you’ve turned the last page.) I’m here to tell you how you can toss them, guilt-free, and save your body and mind the stress!
Does it seem impossible – or stressful – to stick to the plan on the weekend?
Are you feeling overwhelmed?
Tired from the minute you wake up to the minute you fall, exhausted, back into bed?
Do you take care of everyone else first and put yourself last?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this post is for you!
Forget what the Insensitive Happiness Guru said. I give you permission to feel low until you’re done feeling that way.