Japanese for “pleasant savory taste” or “essence of deliciousness”, Umami is a flavor that everyone loves and craves. This Umami Beef recipe is simple, taking only 25 minutes and one pan to make, yet a complete meal that is packed full of flavor and nutrients—exactly what you need after a long day. The rich flavors […]
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You might hear the terms “wellness retreat” and “wellness resort” used interchangeably, but don’t let that fool you: these destinations are as different as night and day. It’s important to understand the differences between the two when choosing what to book, or even what search terms to use when doing your research, because arriving at […]
If you’re looking to detox your body and mind, there’s no better place than a detox retreat. A detox retreat removes you from electronics, unhealthy food, and the stress of your busy, everyday life. Many detox retreats offer all-inclusive packages that include yoga classes, meditation sessions, and healthy meals. They also provide plenty of opportunities […]
There are many factors to consider when it comes to finding the best yoga retreat. Do you want to stay in a luxury resort or a more rustic setting? Are you looking for an immersive experience or just a chance to relax and rejuvenate? And of course, where in the world do you want to […]
Though we have been in one of the most uncertain and stressful times since the Second World War, the need for a wellness retreat is something humans have sought for millennia. Whether stepping out of day-to-day responsibilities or adversity, cultures of all times and places on the earth have seen the benefit of taking […]
According to a recent study, 92% of all New Year’s resolutions fail. While resolutions aren’t exactly goals, they’re close enough that this stat is alarming. What if only 8% of people who resolved to go to college actually enrolled? What if only 8% of partnerships succeeded?