Quick Pita Bread Recipe

May 2nd, 2021 This quick pita bread recipe is very easy, does not require an oven and takes approximately 30 minutes to make! Most people that know me are aware of my obsession with bagels. Over the past 2 years, I have made bagels every week so that I had a homemade bagel ready toContinue reading “Quick Pita Bread Recipe”

Quiet Mind

April 23rd, 2021 In a noisy world, a quiet mind is an oasis. Running is a sport of simplicity that our world finds all too many ways to complicate. For the past few months I’ve been experiencing a lot of self-doubt, with the weight of my own expectations taking a toll on my running. I’veContinue reading “Quiet Mind”

Best Running Playlist

April 11th, 2021 For all the runners out there that know how big of a difference having the best running playlist can make to smash your workout; I’m counting down my top 25 songs that get me hyped up and in the right state to run free and fast! The pandemic has challenged us allContinue reading “Best Running Playlist”

Best Vegan Brownies

March 18th, 2021 In this post I’m sharing my recipe for the best vegan brownies. The secret ingredients include bananas and avocado! First, ensure that you have all of the necessary ingredients. Some of the ingredients can be substituted based on personal preference (e.g., almond milk for a different plant-based milk or whole wheat flourContinue reading “Best Vegan Brownies”

Spring Recipes

March 12th, 2021 I am fortunate to be taking in some early spring weather out in Victoria, BC, as I prepare for the 2021 outdoor track and field season. Here are some of the spring recipes that are fuelling my running and other adventures out here in BC! Fresh Tofu Salad & Homemade Bread ThisContinue reading “Spring Recipes”

Advice for Graduates

February 19th, 2021 Senior year in college/university — a moment that we anticipate years in advance. But has this moment been all that you had imagined? Has 2021 changed your plans entirely? Did you really have any plans in the first place? Are you starting a career that you’ll enjoy for the rest of yourContinue reading “Advice for Graduates”

Why Creativity is Important

February 1st, 2021 Like many runners, I have a tendency to define myself by my Type A personality traits. With that being said, I’ve come to realize that this ‘Type A’ label is not true to who I really am. I will always have some Type A personality traits ingrained in me; but, I’ve foundContinue reading “Why Creativity is Important”

Living in the Present

January 19th, 2021 The paradox of success, living in the present, and redefining success. It’s amazing how small changes can have a big impact in our lives; one thing can change everything if that one thing transforms your mindset. As I’ve begun to adopt a more minimalist lifestyle, I’ve started to realize how the clutterContinue reading “Living in the Present”

Minimalism

January 10th, 2021 How living with less leads to gratitude and happiness, in all aspects of life. The current global pandemic and social distancing procedures has forced us all to confront one of life’s most difficult questions: what is our purpose? When we pull back common luxuries such as social gatherings, travel/vacations, or (more simply)Continue reading “Minimalism”

Dealing with Uncertainty in 2021

January 3rd, 2021 I’m going to challenge the widely held belief that New Year’s is a time for resolutions, by imposing that it is merely a time for new beginnings. Why New Year’s resolutions often fail Cambridge Dictionary defines a New Year’s resolution as: (New Year’s resolution): “a promise that you make to yourself toContinue reading “Dealing with Uncertainty in 2021”