My entire progression from first-time runner to marathon was defined by the pandemic. I started in lockdown, trained in lockdown, and completed my first marathon in lockdown.
If there was ever a time to try Whole30, it was now.
concoctions. So when something receives enough hype and garners positive reviews, I’m always tempted to give it a go.
Wellness as a concept has been around for many years now. From yoga to yoni…
Whilst Ayurveda is seen as an alternative health practice, it’s still very applicable to our modern understanding of science and medicine. From ancient Indian teachings to modern day Goop, Ayurveda has stood the test of time.
Having stumbled on the term “wellness how”, I’m fascinated by the connotations and lifestyle associated with the label. Begging the question, am I a wellness hoe?
A few months ago I was gifted a full-size jar of WelleCo Super Elixir, “A daily all-in-one health supplement”. Having finished the entire jar, I’m now sharing my thoughts.
Invisible illnesses as are painful in that they’re frequently invalidated for their lack of physical symptoms – leading to suspicion from employers, doctors, friends, and family, eventually causing you to wonder “What if I am making it up?”
To complain about having the time and opportunity to take care of oneself would be insane, but I find myself anxious and panicked unless every last one has been ticked off before I go to bed.