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Coffee Chat: End of Summer, Longings, and Starting New (Week In Review)

Good morning dove, Can we go on a coffee date? So I can maybe tell you everything that’s rumbling around in this heart and soul of mine? Sort of like an end of summer thinking out loud meets “currently” update? Okay. Thank you. Thank you for listening.  Telling you all about my last week, thanks to Meg  Last week I… Took a day off work to visit a friend in Burlington &#8211…

Recent Eats and Recipes: Going Back to the Basics

  It’s been a really long time since I shared some eats.  Not too surprisingly, as if you’ve been reading lately, I’ve been going through some dietary…. experimentation?  I’ve been having to take a look at my food in a way I never have before.   Since it’s been so long, I thought I’d just go a ways back – a few weeks or so…

Week In Review: A Flip Flop Week. Stomach Pains Increase.

Hi guys, I first have to kind of apologize. I just feel like a super bad blogger right now. Not that I feel I need apologize for that. I just feel like I have so much going on right now – so much mess and experimenting in terms of my food and stomach issues – that it makes blogging super, super hard (not to mention way too many shifts at work and a change in how I want to spend…

Intuitive Movement: The Excitement in Finding New Ways to Exercise (Week In Review)

More and more, I’m learning how important movement is to me.  Twice now in the last year, I’ve even had acting teachers, who’ve hardly known me, tell me that I need to find ways to incorporate movement into my artistry. Somehow, they could see something I’m just now beginning to see.      Ever since I was super, super young, I was always found prancing around in my living room…

Going On The Low-FODMAP Diet? (Thinking Out Loud)

I mentioned in a recent post that I’ve been experiencing some very discouraging stomach discomfort as of late. Well, really, I’ve been experiencing strange stomach discomfort for I’d say three years now, but because my discomfort has never been what I considered “IBS” – I struggle with more “tightness” rather than bowel distress – I never thought my problems had anything to do with digestion. Or food at…

Thankful For The Women I Have In My Life (Week In Review)

You know, life is a hard thing.  It can be really, really hard. For many numerous and varying reasons. It doesn’t matter our history, our health, our financial status etc etc…. each one of us will and does have our own set of struggles or heart breaks or barriers to cross.  So when I come across people in my life who perform these – even miniature sized – acts of kindness, and give over a…

Week In Review: Family, Journaling and Feeding the Artistic Baby

Hi friends, I’m back with my Week In Review this week. Not sure what’s going on? Go see Meg and she’ll tell you all about it.    Last week I did a number of things for my creative soul. Aka my very hungry, high maintenance artistic baby that’s in consistent need of feeding.  I went to a coaching with a past instructor for a form of movement work that leaves…

The Eight Best Cinnamon Buns In Toronto

Alright so I may be all “homemade ghee! homemade sourdough! bone broth! grass fed! avocado!”.… but I am still the same girl who has a special love. A love that I would never, ever replace or cheat on. A love that will forever rise above any of these other hooligan health “things…” That, my friends, is my love for cinnamon buns.  Give me all the granola-coconut-oil-sprulina-acai-smoothie choices…

My Journey With Hypothalamic Amenorrhea Continues: Digestion and Traditional Chinese Medicine

My journey with hypothalamic amenorrhea continues.  My journey recovering from an eating disorder… continues. Even though I can say with utmost certainty that my eating is in a good place, restriction is few and far between, and my mental space for self love is better than its ever been, I still struggle with low body weight and zero menstrual cycle.  You know, sometimes when you’ve been dealing with these things for so many years, you…

Double Chocolate Banana Flour Loaf (Plus Huge NuNaturals Giveaway!)

This double chocolate loaf may resemble an indulgent dessert, but I assure you it fits all the criteria of the healthiest of health foods. Made with green banana flour, this loaf is packed with a unique source of prebiotic fibre and provides a hefty dose of essential vitamins and minerals.    Oh hey! Look who’s here with a… a what?… a RECIPE post!? After how long? I’m not even going…

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