“Our world is changing at 10x speed”¹ With headlines such as this coming from media all over the world it’s hard not to feel like there is constant pressure to keep up with the pace of change. But what can you really do to ensure you aren’t left behind?
Olive oil is present in most people’s lives for one reason or another. Many of us use it in cooking recipes or, if your tastes are continentally inclined, you might enjoy soaking some fresh bread with it. Either way, I’m assuming you know what we’re talking about. I also assume that you know olive oil is made from olives.
Is Turmeric the best nutritional supplement ever? In our modern world we are constantly attacked by the mainstream media about how our health is in a terrible state and needs to be drastically addressed otherwise we’ll all become sedentary individuals with no ability to do anything for ourselves.
New Year’s is a time for reflection. Not many of us will be looking back on the year that was 2020 with much positivity but taking the time to absorb and accept what transpired over the last 365 days is important for facing the next year head on. You can find a quote to support your view whether you think mulling over the past is a advisable or not, but the reason I recommend spending a short time doing so is so that you can accept where you are now.
To begin, I’m not going to make any unrealistic promises and tell you Santa will bring you a six pack on Christmas morning if you follow this advice. We all know that the holidays bring both presents and an extra layer of warmth, and we aren’t talking about your favourite snowman sweater. In fact: “The 10-day stretch between the Christmas and New Year holidays is the most common time of year people gain weight.”