Elisabeth Ricarda
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10 Health Tips for Busy Professionals

Life gets busy. Let’s face it: a lot of us have demanding schedules, and finding the time to “be healthy” can be tough. But there are small habits you can start incorporating into your daily life that will make you healthier, even when you’re on the go or working long hours. Read More

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Lessons from the Lake

Remember when you were a kid and you would run around outside for hours until you finally collapsed with exhaustion? (Or got hollered at to come in and help with the chores?) As a child, nothing made me happier than exploring the great outdoors - especially at the beach. It didn’t matter if it was a pond, a lake, or the ocean. The water has always been my happy place. I didn’t care what my hair looked like or what I was wearing. I just wanted to run around, explore, and feel the wind on my face. I wanted time to stop so I could feel that sense of freedom forever. Read More

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Busyness, Growth, Intuition: A Man's Perspective (Pt 2)

Hey Readers! Jason again. Last time, I shared my perspective of the Whole 30 experience. I talked about fears and letting go of certain parts of yourself in order to move forward. Getting into it with Elisabeth, I realized there is a deeper disconnect between the prevailing North American culture and just straight up being human. Read More

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A Post for all Mothers (Biological or Not)

On Mother’s Day we honour our incredible, strong, caring, imperfect, beautiful mothers. I’m so incredibly grateful for my own, and for all she’s done for me throughout the years. Of course now I have a mother-in-law to be grateful for as well, and the beautiful son she raised on her own. But today I’m also thinking of all women - the ones who mother their friends, their pets, their nieces and nephews, their students, and their own children. Read More

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What's in Season this Spring

Hello May! Houston has been deluged by flooding rains these past few weeks, but hopefully things will settle down and brighten up soon. Spring is one of my favourite times of year, probably because it follows the long, cold winter, and brings with it new life and new opportunities. I love the feeling of expanding my own potential in the spring, and coming out of my cocoon, so to speak. Read More

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