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Living Our Values by Holly Amos
At a recent party a friend of mine asked what physical changes I’ve noticed since going vegan. I’ve always struggled with how to answer this question. I know some folks who cite specific things: better sleep, more energy, clearer skin, a general “lightness.” And there are hosts of professional athletes, such as David Carter and Wilson Chandler, who initially went vegan because they noticed better recovery times, fewer injuries, or changes in their performance. But for me, the biggest change I experienced wasn’t physical; it’s that living my values feels good, in my body, in my mind, in my heart. Living my beliefs through my actions roots me in the choices I make, which means that I’m living each day with awareness and conviction. Some of the most mundane things, like washing my face, putting on shoes, and grocery shopping now feel purposeful beyond just myself.
Winter Skincare DIY by Kendy Paxia
The weather is chilly and the demand of your winter schedule has you stressed plus your money is at a...