Fitness & Health · food · Lifestyle

Healthy Foods: (Pt 4)

1. Salmon Salmon is a type of oily fish that is incredibly popular due to its excellent taste and high amount of nutrients, including protein and Omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains some vitamin D. 2. Sardines Sardines are small, oily fish that are among the most nutritious foods you can eat. They contain hefty… Continue reading Healthy Foods: (Pt 4)

Crafts · Gifts · Lifestyle · Uncategorized

DIY: Fall Dream Catcher

Materials: embroidery hoops of different sizes (2) hemp (or string) yarn beads (or charms) feathers acorns, branches, leaves , etc. scissors glue How To: Start by making your yarn moon! Bind the two embroidery hoops together at one spot and as the hoop edges diverged, begin wrapping the yarn between the two in a “figure… Continue reading DIY: Fall Dream Catcher

Fitness & Health · food · Lifestyle

Healthy Foods: (Pt 4)

1. Asparagus Asparagus is a popular vegetable. It is low in both carbs and calories, but loaded with vitamin K. 2. Bell Peppers Bell peppers come in several colors, including red, yellow and green. They are crunchy and taste very sweet, and are a great source of antioxidants and vitamin C. 3. Broccoli Broccoli is… Continue reading Healthy Foods: (Pt 4)

Fitness & Health · Uncategorized · Yoga

Yoga: Crane (crow) Pose

Crane Pose Instructions: Squat down from Tadasana with your inner feet a few inches apart. If it isn’t possible to keep your heels on the floor, support them on a thickly folded blanket. Separate your knees wider than your hips and lean the torso forward, between the inner thighs. Stretch your arms forward, then bend… Continue reading Yoga: Crane (crow) Pose