The sun is shining, small plants are creeping out of the ground, and Wayne is ready to get his healthy lifestyle back on track. After chatting with friends at his local gym, Wayne decides to give the Whole 30 a try.
It’s Sunday morning at Fernie Mountain Market. The midday summer heat has yet to hit and the grass is still cool with dew from the night. There are several reasons why farmers markets have become so popular.
Bucket lists tend to be a list of big ticket items that you would like to accomplish in your lifetime, possibly as a means of ensuring that you have a full life.
The idea of going “green” is one that applies to many aspects of our lives, we search for the products that are the safest, most effective, and most affordable. Dr. Taina Turcasso has spent the last 15 years experimenting with these products, so she thought she’d share her favourites with you.
Many restaurants in Fernie incorporate sustainable practices into their businesses to help reduce their environmental impact; small efforts that make a big difference to their business, the environment, and the community.
It’s an exciting time to be a woman, to witness the shift in the role of women in our society and the opportunities that will open up to us and to future generations of women as a result of this shift.
Melissa loves her busy family and lifestyle, however when it comes to dinner time, Melissa has been feeling overwhelmed and unmotivated lately. After months of struggling, Melissa chose to visit her dietician to learn about meal planning hacks to help her survive the busy months ahead!
Let’s talk about Nourishment. Let’s talk about Women. Let’s talk about how the two go hand in hand and how everyone can win.
We all have the best of intentions when we make our resolutions and are so hard on ourselves when we fail, and most of us ultimately fail. Set yourself up for success and this time next year.
Mac and cheese. Salty French fries. Makes you feel warm and fuzzy just thinking about these comfort foods, doesn’t it? Is there a magic ingredient in these dishes that makes us happy, or is it something else that creates this comfort?