For most of Summer, I’ve been doing horrible things to my body.
Recently, healthy smoothies have been a huge part of my daily routine: for breakfast, post-workout fuel, dessert, or just because.
During the past few months, I’ve had my share of hits and misses with flavors, texture and temperature but I think I’m finally beginning to master this thing!
To help out my readers and friends starting or re-starting a healthy journey, I’m sharing a few tips and tricks for making smoothies, which I hope you will find useful. Enjoy!
One of the editors at EASY Magazine, a popular weekly publication in Barbados, asked me to share my New Year’s resolutions with their readers.
I’m not the resolutions type, so in their first issue for 2015, I wrote about goals I see coming to pass during the next 12 months and shared a few perspectives that were on my mind as a new year opened…
Lately, way too many of my conversations with friends and family have been about stress: the job, the out-of-control boss, the new baby, the no-good boyfriend, bills, school, and the pressure to make it.
It made me get to thinking about what we’re doing wrong: why aren’t we coping and conquering?
So I reached out to Dr. Alexine Jackman for some answers. She’s a young, hip certified consultant, whose job is to help people manage stress. Our conversation was an absolute eye-opener.
Here’s how it went.
It seems like more than ever, everyone is fitness-conscious. From T25 to hot yoga; no carbs to raw foods, it’s a dizzying weight-loss world out there.
So I invited Dr. Donna Matthew of Caribbean Weight Loss Clinic and Spa to share her advice.
In this interview, Donna, a medical doctor with 10 years of experience, dishes on how to choose a diet, the foods we should eat more of, and how to fit into that New Year’s Eve dress.
Notice anything different about Jill Scott lately?
The singer, whose album, “Light of the Sun,” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard this week, has lost 63 pounds!
“Fashion Week” and “skinny” go together like hand in glove.
Now Pepsi is adding soda to the mix, launching what it calls “the taller, sassier new Skinny Can” of Diet Pepsi at New York’s Fall 2011 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.