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Looking to traditional diets, there’s a common theme among them. In Diet & Nutrition, A Holistic Approach by Rudolph Ballentine, MD, a comparison is made from diets in India, China, Japan, France, Mexico, and Middle East. Although Dr. Ballentine goes into great detail on each of these diets, for the consideration of your time, I’m…

A Bit of Ambience

This summer we visited beautiful Victoria, British Columbia (Canada). One of my favourite places, hands down. While there, we were introduced to Fan Tan Alley. A narrow, block-long, walk way lined with unique shops. The shops felt similar to Winnipeg’s Osborne Village.   We came across a small shop with several glass treasures. I am…

TED Talks Recommendations 4

I am loving TED Talks, so many brilliant ideas. And it’s still helping me get through my cardio workouts. Over the past several weeks, I’ve been able to boost my time from 15 minutes to 40 minutes, all thanks to TED! I now watch two to three talks per workout. Here’s my recommendations: What are…

TED Talks Recommendations 3

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve watched several TED Talks while doing my cardio workout. Here’s three that I’d recommend: Art that Craves Your Attention – Aparna Rao Original eye-catching art that you have to look at. Light and humourous. The Paradox of Choice – Barry Schwartz Does more choice really equal freedom? Is…

TED Talk Recommendations 2

I’m still killing cardio with TED! Here’s my recommendations from what I’ve watched in the last little bit: Do Schools Kill Creativity? – Ken Robinson How Great Leaders Inspire Action – Simon Sinek The Puzzle of Motivation – Dan Pink I’d love your suggestions too. Enjoy!

The importance of my morning yoga!

I learned much over the last three weeks while I dealt with a severe ear infection. Due to fluid moving around in my ear, it was quite painful and I couldn’t turn my head side to side or down towards the floor, or even lie down for that matter without some sort of pain. So,…

Killing Cardio with TED

I hate cardio workouts. I basically hate anything that’s repetitive. I came to realize that walking on a treadmill, cycling on a stationary bike, or skiing on an elliptical is just not going to cut it for me. I’m also too uncoordinated (aka embarrassed) to join a class. Cardio workouts are a real dilemma and…