Catherine Morris is an award-winning journalist with a bad case of wanderlust and a passion for all things health and wellness. Originally from Northern Ireland, she worked as a news and feature writer for media outlets in the UK, South Africa, France and the Caribbean before settling in Canada. Catherine now lives in Alberta with her husband and rescue mutt and spends her time happily exploring the great outdoors with both.
Why You Should Eat More Chocolate (yes, you read that right)
How many chocolate eggs did you eat over Easter? If the answer is, 'a shameful amount', read on for some good news...
5 Ways to Turn Bad Stress Good
We think of stress as the ultimate health boogeyman—and for good reason. The link between stress and disease is well-established , with hundreds of studies demonstrating its catastrophic impact on our mental and physical well being.
World Wide Wellness: Channel Healing Energy with Qigong
You may have tried acupuncture , you might be familiar with cupping, or gua sha , you might even be a devotee of tai chi, but have you heard of Qigong?
Isolated and Unproductive — The Dark Side of WFH (Work From Home)
In early 2020 the world of work underwent an immense shift. As pandemic restrictions took hold, businesses shuttered, offices closed, and workplaces went to the web.
Bored with Bathing? Supercharge your Soak with these 5 tips
If you think of bathing as just another way to get clean, you're doing it wrong. It’s so much more than immersing yourself in water and emerging dirt-free, it's also about having a stress-relieving, tension-easing, health-boosting experience .
Do Yoga, Sleep Better — How to Cultivate a More Restful Practice
A couple of weeks ago, right around the time the temperature dropped to a bone-chilling minus 15 degrees, I decided to take my first hot yoga class ...
7 Effective Natural Antibiotics and How to Take Them
The human body is under constant attack from invisible invaders—sneaky bacteria just waiting for you to cut your finger, eat something that’s been lingering on the counter too long, or catch a cold .
New Year, New You — How to Improve Your Overall Wellness in 2021
If you’re like us, you’ll note that 2021 is feeling eerily similar to 2020. That just won’t do. So, if your wellness routine is feeling stagnant, or a little too much same ol’ same ol’, it’s time to take the year, and your routine, in hand.