This year’s reality is different. If you are like me and you contrast the life you had in December 2019 and your life now in December 2020, maybe you will find more complicated feelings than simply “joy” and “pleasure”. Or maybe not!
Audrey Lagace vous présente ses 6 façons préférées de passer les fêtes en solo. Que vous soyez seul en raison de la pandémie ou par choix, rien ne vous empêche de vous faire plaisir, vous mettre confortable et prendre soin de vous. 1. Fais-toi une beauté Commence la soirée tôt et mets-toi belle comme si tu étais invitée à aller dans un souper de Noël chic dans ta belle-famille. C’est le temps de sortir ton petit kit avec des paillettes et de te friser les cheveux comme s’il n’y avait pas de lendemain. 2. Fais-toi un shooting photo Tant qu’à être aussi bien arrangée, pourquoi ne pas se faire une…
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Christmas makes me look forward to snowy, winter nights in Montreal - a true reminder that there’s light in the darkest of times. This drink reminds me of the warmth and coziness I associate Christmas with, and a heap of cardamom. I strayed away from typical Christmas flavors because I know the element of surprise from the cardamom will create smiles. Make your family guess the secret ingredient. Share the recipe with your family and friends you’re unable to see to spread the love!
Memories over measurements this time of year folks! Physical change is temporary but psychological change can be long lasting and lead to a more challenging time changing the physical. Permanent physical changes take time and too many people are getting caught up in the fear of weight gain around Christmas, rather than embracing this time of the year. That’s not to say your five-a-day consists of Terry’s Chocolate Oranges but allowing yourself to have those festive treats in moderation (or even slightly over) will have no lasting impact on your physical health; it could have a major impact on your mental health and relationship with food if you let it…
It’s time to gather with your loved ones to celebrate and you can’t wait to tell them about your current accomplishment (academic success, new project, motherhood, creative hobby…) and to hear from them. You are proud of yourself and you really wish that your loved ones share that too. But...
These Christmas-themed bites are just as perfect for an aperitif on a festive evening as they are as leftovers for lunch the next day.
This hot spiced cider recipe is one I learned from my mom, who would make it every year around Hanukkah. We would have friends and family over, light the Hanukkah candles, and enjoy a hot (and usually slightly alcoholic) glass of cider. Although this year will probably be different, I know that wherever I end up celebrating the holidays, I will be making this cider and feeling like I’m back home.
We're often led to believe that eating intuitively implies stopping when we're full: it's false. Eating intuitively means that we're able to recognize that sometimes, we want to continue eating despite being full, and that we can allow ourselves to do it.
Create a thoughtful and inexpensive gift with these Chocolate and Orange Cookies in a Mason Jar.