Create and Manage a Winning To-Do List

Create and Manage a Winning To-Do List

Creating and managing a winning to-do list yields more happiness and less stress, and more achievement and less overwhelm. After honing my to-do list strategy for 17 years, I have settled on this to-do list template. By no means is this an end all be all to-do list....
How to Declutter as a Couple

How to Declutter as a Couple

Learning how to declutter as a couple is a great way to save space and make some extra cash for your travel fund. It’s also a unique way to relationship-build as you curate your stuff, and life, together.¬†Take on our Couple’s Decluttering Challenge to tidy...
Do I Need Protein Powder?

Do I Need Protein Powder?

As vegetarians, we keep up with the latest data surrounding the question, “Do I need protein powder?” Besides, we’re always getting questions about protein shakes. In a recent Instagram poll, 76% of followers who participated (50 people) consumed...
How To Eat More Vegetables

How To Eat More Vegetables

If there is one piece of nutrition advice that is infallible, it’s to eat more vegetables. With the simple act of consuming more vegetables, you can leave heart disease, diabetes, cancers, and obesity shaking in their boots. However, it’s not easy to eat...
Do Carbs Make You Fat?

Do Carbs Make You Fat?

Seemingly every new fad diet, such as the popular keto and paleo diets, seems to have one thing in common: low carbs. While these trends promise weight loss, before we say goodbye to our favorite bread and granola, let’s pause and ask the question, “Do...
How Do You Grow Sprouts To Eat?

How Do You Grow Sprouts To Eat?

This is a step-by-step guide for beginners on how to grow sprouts at home. We’ll cover what supplies and seeds to buy, how to grow sprouts, how to prepare sprouts to eat and our favorite recipes. I started growing sprouts to eat in January 2019, and it’s...
Burnout and Low Testosterone in My 20’s

Burnout and Low Testosterone in My 20’s

This is a cautionary tale of the workaholism, sleep deprivation, and the burnout I went through that left me with very low testosterone in my 20s. I was 28 to be exact, and had testosterone levels of a 60-70 year-old man. Here’s how it can happen to a seemingly...

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