On The Spice Route To Recovery

I recently read a quote that said, “Having anxiety is like when the video game combat music is playing but you can’t find any enemies.” I’m going to add that having depression is like sitting in a dark room and telling yourself that you don’t deserve to turn on the lights. That there aren’t even ones to turn on anyway. I knew that there were people out there who did what they could to combat their anxiety/depression issues but it had never occurred to me to do something for myself back then. I didn’t know about Finest Labs Terpenes, St John Wart, medical marijuana, and so many other treatments for people who needed that support.

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My 2018 Travel Wishlist

I’ve decided I want to see more of this beautiful world. I of course have my favourites, and over the years we have been lucky enough to travel to all sorts of destinations. Being that I recently did my crystal intention setting for the year, I decided to give to the universe my ultimate wishlist for 2018. Let’s see if we can’t bring you all along to these incredible destinations as we continue to explore the sights, sounds and flavours around the globe. Because, after all, to travel is to live they say.  Continue reading “My 2018 Travel Wishlist”

Food & Wine | “Nice knife skills, Chef”

That’s my Dad. I am currently (and dangerously) cutting an apple into quarters: apple-half standing up instead of lying flat on the cutting board, fingers sprawled out instead of curved under.

He’s right; of course, my knife skills are horrendous. You can’t cut anything properly while asking it to defy gravity like that. I am tempting fate to cut off a digit or two.

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