My gym stocks Complete Cookies by Lenny and Larry … and these cookies are addictive! I mean, you train really hard and then you get to stuff your face with these delicious cookies. It’s a bit counterproductive, but they are hard to resist! Anyways, when I realized they were not particularly good for you (lotsContinue reading “Protein cookies: these are addictive!”
Category Archives: Work Out and Health
Surviving winter, some tips from a summer lover
Winter is such a controversial season over here. People are pretty much separated in three categories. Category A: Winter lovers. These guys will tell you that there is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing. They enjoy the cold and take every occasion to tell you how amazing it was to go jumpContinue reading “Surviving winter, some tips from a summer lover”
My BuJo version, or how I stay organized
A few weeks ago, I launched my planner, the LEAFY planner. I love this planner because it’s beautiful and includes all the organization tools that I need as well as mindfulness and well-being practices. However, before I made this planner, I used notebooks as my daily organizers. I loved using notebooks because it is creativeContinue reading “My BuJo version, or how I stay organized”
Book Review: The Little Book of Hygge
I had my eyes on this book for a while, and, so, when I saw The Little Book of Hygge, by Meik Wiking at my local bookstore, I just had to bring it home. Hygge was all the rage last year with our European neighbors. I have to say, the hygge craze is yet to catch inContinue reading “Book Review: The Little Book of Hygge”
Train with me: Split workout #1
Considering that I used this workout last March, this is a long over-due post! As you might know, last year, I started going to the gym regularly. I started out with a whole-body routine that I did for a few weeks. After that, I created this workout. It’s a basic push, pull, leg split. WhenContinue reading “Train with me: Split workout #1”
Going sugar-free for 2 months
Last fall, I tried going sugar-free for 2 months. I had difficulties with my digestion, hormones and sleep. I decided to go on a sugar detox for 2 months to see if it could help me balance out whatever was going on on the inside. So for 2 months, I cut out refined sugars, dates,Continue reading “Going sugar-free for 2 months”
It’s resolution time again!
I know some people think resolutions are cheesy and not realistic, but, when the first of January is a Monday, you just have to go with the urge to organize and plan, right? I enjoy taking resolutions because it’s a time to reflect on my priorities and realign my every day habits with my objectives.Continue reading “It’s resolution time again!”
Feeling overwhelmed? You’ve got your back!
In difficult times, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, resourceless and alone. There is nothing great about this! If this is where you are right now, remember that you have all the tools you need to feel great again. The trick is just to think of these again! Here is a quick list of thingsContinue reading “Feeling overwhelmed? You’ve got your back!”
The Leafy Planner, or my latest project!
I have been the worst blogger these last few months, but it doesn’t mean I haven’t done anything with myself. As some of you might know, I’m currently changing a lot of things in my professional life, and so I needed some time to think. I also started training a lot more at the gym,Continue reading “The Leafy Planner, or my latest project!”
Beginner’s Weight Training Plan
It’s here! This is the training program that I used when I started back at the gym. It targets the entire body, so it’s great if you only have time for 3 to 4 gym sessions per week. Just print it out and take it with you! Here a are a few guidelines before youContinue reading “Beginner’s Weight Training Plan”