Whoever coined the phrase the grass is always greener on the other side was definitely on to something…even if it is January.
Alas, fall weather is finally starting to make her appearance, bringing with her nights of bonfires, cozy sweaters, and reasonable excuses to stay indoors for a Netflix binge. But as is with life, the good is often accompanied with…the not so good.
Nowadays, there are tons of quick-fix diet fads to shed the pounds without the effort. If you’re like me, your skeptic radar immediately goes off. But what if I told you about an all-natural fad that actually does provide all the benefits it claims to? (Ah, honesty).
By now my stomach has expanded, cushioned by the post-Halloween candy sales I meant to avoid (oops). When in the midst of the holiday season, it can be easy to disregard and take granted one of the most important things in your life: your health.
Over these next few weeks of fall, prime-time season premieres will gradually be unrolling and we couldn’t be happier. Alas, we have a *socially acceptable* reason to curl up on the couch with our eyes glued to a screen while consuming copious amounts of food.
Ernest Hemingway once said that “wine is the most civilized thing in the world.” Naturally, we agree. (Honestly, we would agree with anyone who praises wine…but we digress). But what does it mean to be ‘civilized’ anyways?