Monthly Archives: May 2014

13 lessons from 12 months in Asia

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already. I left Ireland in May of 2013. Since then I have spent time in India, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. It’s been an eventful year full of ups and downs. I have met so many interesting people and feel I learned quite a lot along the way. Here…

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What all popular diets have in common

“Make your diet work for you, don’t work for your diet.” Denise Minger. Instead of trying to decide on the best diet for you why not see what similarities well known diets share. Denise Minger, author of “Death by Food Pyramid” found some commonalities between “Paleo”, “Mediterranean” and “Whole foods, plant based” diets. The Paleo…

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10 tips for Vegans

I have never gone full vegan. Although I did adopt a plant based diet for two months while practicing yoga in India. I decided to change back to animal products when I moved to Thailand. In Thailand there is practically meat in every meal, which makes it difficult to eat a plant based diet!) Here…

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7 Morning Ritual Tips

“You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great.” – Les Brown Momentum is a powerful force. It can work against you or with you depending on the situation. We all have had days where everything seems to go wrong. A lot of time it starts…

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