Social distancing does not necessarily have to make us socially distant. Over the past weeks, we have been longing for the day when we can once again have in-person interactions. Now, as we slowly begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel, it’s time to learn how to navigate yet another ‘new normal’.
Don’t have a cow! Contrary to popular belief, animal products are not the only source of protein. There are alternatives. And, with the current disruption in the meat supply chain, now is the perfect time to switch things up in your diet. You can get all the protein you need from a variety of plants and plant-based foods.
Looking for a great way to pass the time and also tap into your creative side?
Don’t underestimate the positive impact of getting crafty. There are so many creative at-home projects you can try, and now is the perfect time!
Searching for ways to make your workouts actually work at home? Unfortunately, opening and closing the refrigerator door or picking up and putting down the remote control just doesn't count! Bottom line - now is the time to get up and MOVE!
Managing stress and anxiety is a challenge we all face even in the best of times. But, given the current situation, these feelings can be heightened. The fear that we, our families and friends could contract Covid-19 raises anxiety levels in virtually everyone. With the barrage of news reports, the strain of job losses, economic struggles and the isolation that comes along with social distancing, it can all be a lot to manage.
These days we are home and cooking more than ever. Many of us have turned to cooking and baking as a necessity and also as a way to pass the time and relieve anxiety. Since trips to the grocery store are not as frequent as they once were, we may need to work with what we already have in the pantry. As we try to provide our families with the most nutritious meals we can, the following plant-based recipes are both delicious and pantry friendly!
Families in close quarters, all trying to keep some semblance of normalcy, can be a challenge. Kids of different age groups bring unique sets of challenges and needs. Here are some tips for children of all ages to keep you and your family sane, productive and maybe even having some fun.
During these crazy times many, if not most, businesses have come to a grinding halt. From our favorite local restaurants to the shops we frequent on a regular basis, all of these places that count on people to walk through their doors to keep their business going have had to close down or drastically change the way they operate.
It’s definitely not business as usual these days. By now we should have all adopted social distancing and are spending most of our time at home. Here are some suggestions to follow so we can flatten the curve and stay healthy.
What does "eating plant-based" look like for you? How can you benefit your health and still enjoy the things you love?