Last Sunday, 21st June celebrated the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. The sun set around 20:22 and these eight spots are just the places to head to, to get a fantastic glimpse of the setting sun!
In the peak of summer, budget friendly destinations can be hard to come by… unless you head to one of the following five.
“When the Last Tree Is Cut Down, the Last Fish Eaten, and the Last Stream Poisoned, You Will Realize That You Cannot Eat Money.” This prophecy is becoming a more and more brutal reality. But even today, many remain oblivious on the effects our lifestyle has on nature.
Did you know? Sweet potatoes are a super food, containing more than a day’s worth of beta-carotene and nearly all of your daily vitamin C requirements, they thus benefit healthy skin and support the immune system.
Artist and designer Brooke Barker, started a series of adorably sad animal facts that can be found on the aptly named, Sad Animal Facts website. Her illustrations go beyond the basic animal facts, and gets into how the animals are feeling. But, what drove Barker to create these less-than-cheerful illustrations?
Moments ago everything was fine. Then, with hardly a moment’s notice it just came on suddenly – that painful throbbing, and it’s becoming more intense by the second.
Just be sure to put on your walking shoes, and don’t forget your snorkelling gear too!
A clean house is something we all aspire to, but few of us will break our back getting into every little nook and cranny. These cleaning hacks though, will make your life at home a whole lot easier. 1. Never wash another plate again, just eat more tortillas. img: noemptychairs.me... Read More
Growing up, my father had always been a prominent figure in my life. I looked up to him a great deal – saw him as my protector when I was afraid, as someone I could go to when I wanted a book read to me, as a friend I could... Read More
Mark it in your diaries! This Sunday 21st June celebrates the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. The sun is expected to set at 20:22 and these eight spots are just the places to head to, to get a fantastic glimpse of the setting sun! 1. Majjistral Park Img: guide2malta.com... Read More
Word from MNutrition! I’ve tried many variations of falafel and I feel this recipe really hits the spot. It’s perfect for the summer months. Delicious, simple and low carb while still fulfilling that comfort food craving. Ingredients (Serves 4 to 6) 1 can chickpeas, drained 1 onion, diced Handful rocket leaves... Read More
This protein & cream rich dessert is layered with delicious mangoes. It is absolutely delicious and is just the thing to prepare on a hot summer’s day. Ingredients 3 mangoes 1 cup fresh cream 1/4 cup nuts img: ezyshine.com Method Peel two mangoes and slicing them into small cubes. Blend the third... Read More
Deliciously healthy and easy to make. This recipe makes six to eight patties and can be made ahead of time.
A racing heart, sweaty palms, shaky knees – falling in love tends to take a physical toll on our bodies in the most unexpected ways. But the feeling that love sparks in our bodies can induce a much larger change to our body’s chemistry. As these eight facts show, when... Read More
All chocolate lovers will tell you that there is nothing more comforting than biting into a bar of chocolate. But when chocolate has such a hold on the brain, what makes us crave it so badly? img: myclub.worldmarksp.com Your brain on chocolate One clear reason is that it tastes and smells... Read More
Music has a profound effect on us. It has the ability to move people of all cultures. It excels at bringing people together. It is capable of stirring up emotions in us, giving us goose bumps or chills. On a psychological level, music is one of life’s best medicines and... Read More
Stress Naturopath (Doctor of Natural Medicine) takes an in-depth look at the underlying causes of stress. We all live very fast-paced and hectic lives, and most people are worn down to some extent. This is unfortunately just part of modern life and is more often than not quite difficult to... Read More
Through becoming a mother herself, Pre-Natal Yoga Teacher at Freemyme, Sarah Lennon discovered how yoga, during pregnancy, enabled her to have an active, enjoyable pregnancy, a natural, gentle birth and quick post-partum recovery. Speaking from experience, she shares her top tips and yoga moves to make pregnancy all the more... Read More
‘Too much of anything is good for nothing!’ And this can rightly be applied to our eating habits. Needless to say, we all tend to have those lazy, fat days where chowing down on greasy foods and creamy desserts are all we’re really in the mood for. But, when we... Read More