How To Beat Procrastination: Forever!

#Procrastination is a dark tunnel that swallows you into a vacuum of overwhelm, dissatisfaction and, overall, lack of substantial progress. These three method are designed to help you stay on track.

Boost Your Energy With Green Tea: Quick Brain-Enhancing Recipe You Can Make At Home

The benefits of green tea include improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and polyphenol antioxidants that strengthen your immune system and improve your brain.
You can enhance your matcha latte even further if you skip on the added sugars and add MCT oil instead -> For Instant Source of Energy That Can Also Be Used to Fuel Your Brain

My Transformation Story

How I healed my body and mind from adrenal fatigue, imbalanced hormones, anxiety, depression, chronic self-doubt, lack of confidence, and feeling of undeserving of love and happiness.

Oatmeal Fuel

Oats are rich in soluble fiber and provide us with important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
You can eat them plain or get creative, check out this post for some inspiration.

Mindful Eating

This post is for anyone who has experienced food addictions, disordered or compulsive eating; as well for those who haven’t, but are eager and ready to nutrionalize their diet.

Alkalizing Savory Smoothie

If you are recovering from an injury/surgery/flu/hangover/or a physical exhaustion of any kind you need to replenish yourself with this high alkaline smoothie

How To Create Your Best Year

Now it`s Your time to manifest your ideal future.
In this post I share goal-setting tips for the next calendar year.

What Is Dance Fit Ideas

My wellness platform is dedicated to offering resources and coaching services that inspire and motivate my readers and clients to improve the quality of their life and the quality of their relationship with themselves and the world.

How To Use The Ho’oponopono Meditation: For Forgiveness And Emotional Healing

I recently learned this practice and wanted to share with you too! The Hawaiian word ho‘oponopono  derives from ho‘o (“to make”) and pono (“right”).  As you can see,  the word “pono” is repeated twice: to accentuate the dual action and effect of finding true closure: with oneself and the word. The ancient practice includes the repetition…