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Emotional eating: Why do you love comfort food so much?

Hey there beauties, After reading your messages about my posts on nutrition, writing about emotional eating was the next post to do. Many of you told me that you find hard keeping on track. So, what is some ways to stay away from comfort food? I know it can be a big struggle trying to change your habits, especially when there is so much going on in your life…because, Hey! Life is never perfect! How many times have you found yourself unhappy eating ice cream or peanut butter from the tub? And what about this uncontrolled grazing state? Or the crazy cravings you have? I certainly had a lot of these moments in my life and I can not always blame PMS for that! I don’t know if this will make you feel better, but you are not alone…in fact, I haven’t met someone so far who has total control over…

My Latest Addiction

Do you want to know what is my latest addiction? VULNERABILITY! Yes, that state that you find yourself to be so emotional, fragile and weak. Call my crazy, but I love it! And here’s why… BUT first let me share an allegory story… “Once upon a time there was a little Princess who was full of love, creativity, spontaneousness, and truth…she was a true inspiration for many…but soon enough, as she was growing older into a young woman she had to “adult”. Her father, the KING, had plans for her and the crown. The Princess had to play her role and obey the rules. Wear the mask she was given. Follow the protocol; to soon marry the Prince. The Princess, being unable to break her father’s heart, had no option but to lose a part of her sensitive heart, compromise her feelings and take RESPONSIBILITY of her role; for her family’s…

Being Positive It’s a Mind Game


Our mind generates thousands of small fleeting thoughts. In fact, we can have up to 65,000 thoughts per day. According to scientists, 65% – 80% of our thoughts are negative and about 98% of our daily thoughts are identical to the thoughts we had the day before. Quite boring, isn’t it? We tend to trap our mind in a vicious circle of negative thoughts following the same pattern over and over. It really sounds exhausting! Observing your Thoughts There is never a moment we stop thinking. We make thoughts even when we don’t realize it. These small fleeting thoughts coming in and out of our conscious mind have a significant impact on the way we feel and act. This is why sometimes we experience shifts in our mood without being able to explain the logical thinking behind it. One moment we are happy, the next gloomy. What happen in between?…

Rediscover the now with Yin Yoga

In today life’s rhythms, somehow stillness and quiet disappear as life roars on. My daily routine often looks this way as I rush from one place to another, from one project to the other. Of course, I am passionate about what I do and the life I live. I love seeing projects and ideas moving fast. I’m eager to learn and explore something new. Still, nothing matches the bliss that comes with my Yin Yoga routine. This is my calm in an otherwise busy life; my moment to reflect on who I am, where I am going, and what I have done. Yin Yoga is a practice that teaches me to slow down and listen, observe and resurface hidden emotions. What is Yin Yoga Yin Yoga is a style of yoga comprising a selection of postures deemed to be more “passive” since you would hold those poses for a significant…

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