Thankfully spring is on its way. After a very harsh Canadian winter, we are ready to shed those thick layers of clothes and creams and look towards warmer days and sun-kissed skin. As...
Starting your morning off right with a healthy routine is so important. For me, it sets a mark for the rest of my day and usually leads me to make healthier choices. It is my “me time” before anyone else in my house is up to really check in with myself and set intentions for the day. It’s interesting to see how adding in these simple tasks to my morning has changed my attitude and overall energy towards the day. Continue reading to see what my healthy morning routine looks like and check out my green juice recipe and the many benefits in its ingredients.
As summer turns into fall, your skincare routine should transition as well, a change of season results in changes in the way skin behaves and appears. Where summer skincare is all about controlling oil and shine, Fall skincare is about repairing and protecting your skin. You don’t need to completely overhaul your skin care routine, but you do need to make some necessary changes, so here are some tips for ensuring a smoother transition into the fall season.
I recently flew to Hawaii for a family reunion. I was travelling with my husband and our two small children. If you’re an anxious traveller, this sounds overwhelming, right? And as we explored earlier, stress can be detrimental to the health of your skin. For the sake of my skin (and my mental health), I took some necessary steps to limit my amount of stress and anxiety throughout this entire process of planning and travelling.
We all know stress can affect us in many ways, but our skin usually isn't the first thing we think about when we consider the effects of a stressful lifestyle. We'll be the first to admit that stress can get the best of us sometimes. Having to balance commitments, a career, a healthy lifestyle, and social life takes a serious toll on the skin. So here are a few tips and tricks to help reduce the effects of stress on your skin