Archive for January, 2018

Talking to Your Kids About Consent Keeps Them, and Others, Safe.

The conversation about sexual assault, harassment, and general misconduct has been increasing in both intensity and nuance with the #metoo and #timesup movements. At the center of this conversation is a much needed emphasis on how we go about understanding, engaging with, and teaching consent. We have had our own waves of this in Lebanon,

Spending Family Time, Everything You Should Know

Kids are back to school after the Christmas holidays and parents are back to work. During that time, it is easy to get caught in a hectic vortex of activities that start on Monday morning and end on Sunday night. Between the urgent meetings, work to be done at the office and the chores at

Fatigue and Cravings? Candida Might be the Reason.

Our bodies tend to take a hit over the holiday season. A bit too much indulgence, some extra stress, a few too many late nights perhaps? It can leave you feeling run down and out of sorts coming into the new year. Which means it can be a great time for a cleanse to start

Find Peace & Serenity By Healing Your Crown Chakra

When everybody is talking about detoxing the body after the holidays, we would like to give the most focus and importance to detoxing the energy, and the chakras. If you have been reading our blog, then you might have read our first 2 articles, a healing guide to open your root chakra and a yoga

A Self-Care Ritual That Lives Up to the Hype? This Year, You Should Try Gratitude

Gratitude. It’s become a seemingly magical thing that often takes the limelight in positive psychology and self-help manifestos, and surprisingly, this limelight is actually well deserved.   If you’ve been following our blog for any period of time, you know this topic isn’t new for us either, having made an appearance on at least four previous

Some Strategic Self-Reflection to End Your Year

Looking at failed New Year resolutions of the previous year and aspiring for too many complicated changes in the year to come, can combine to create a lot of self-judgement and feelings of failure. It’s also proven to not be a constructive way to create lasting change in your life. Instead, we’d like to suggest

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