At the age of 17, right before I started my senior year of high school, I watched a documentary about the agriculture industry. At that moment I made a conscious decision to try being a vegetarian. At that moment I also didn't realize how tough it would be to stay committed to that choice.
I'd like to think of myself as a very creative person. I'm always crafting or writing of some sort. My current major in school is for Interior Design, which is a pretty creative field if you ask me. So I think I qualify to make this list.
I struggle with anxiety, sometimes to the point where I can’t leave the house or even the bed.
As journeys do, I’ve come across more hurdles and discovered more ways I can use lessons learned from one to influence the other.
When I really started hitting this "produce as little waste as possible and make environmentally friendly choices" journey, I got a lot of strange looks. Since I was young I was "weird" about the earth, as my mother would say. I would make minor environmentally friendly choices, such as recycling when I could and not using plastic bags, but I was so young I thought I couldn't do much more. This thought stuck with me for a while.
If you ask any doctor if having a healthy lifestyle is good for our mental health, they're going to say yes, but how good is it really for our mental health? Here, we investigate...
These days, we hear a lot about vegetarian and vegan food. These two things are really different and I consider that a lot of people don’t really know the difference. I want to inform you more about veganism because I think it is important for people to understand how beautiful vegans's vision of life is.
lSteam, grill, bake, or eat your vegetable raw. Never cook all the nutrients out of vegetables.
We’ve all been there: stressed, depressed, tired, low on motivation. It seems like a never ending cycle, right? We all want to be happy as much as the next person, yet it seems like no matter how hard we try, we just can’t seem to make it work which in turn, seems to make us more stressed and depressed — truly a never ending cycle! Or is it?
As we grow older, after we have retired from work, after we have settled our children, and after we achieved something significant, we need to reevaluate our aim in life. We need to initiate happiness in our life by living a simple life.
The modern age has made it difficult for a person to maintain health and energy. Today we are sleeping less, we do not have time to do sports, we are constantly sitting behind the screen, and we are exposed to a greater amount of stress, which has even become one of the modern chronic diseases.