I Will Begin. That’s the mantra of Toronto’s newest one-stop health hub, Innate Health Wellness and Health Shop (163 Dupont Street), and is also the natural first step to changing your lifestyle for the healthier. You have to start somewhere,...
Perhaps the never-ending winter has played a role, but it seems that fellow young professionals (YPs) are stressed out, burned out and have removed the term relaxation from their vocabularies. As for those health-conscious New Year’s resolutions, those flew out the door come February. Chi Junky Founder Rachelle Wintzen offers a solution to the blues
Every young professional looks forward to the start of a new year. It’s the time to start a new chapter and improve yourself, but when it comes to fresh beauty regimes, we never seem to be able to keep them alive. Here are our top 10 realistic New Year’s beauty resolutions for every YP woman
Today's Notable Young Professional is Cityline health and fitness expert Stephanie Joanne, who's offers her advice, motivation and education through all forms of media including broadcast television, internet and print, as well as speaking engagements. What was the inspiration for her career route? Find out in today's profile
Spa Week by WaySpa.com is returning to Canada from October 15 - 21, offering consumers a chance to experience the largest spa and wellness marketing event in the history of the industry. Based on the massive success of the Toronto launch in the Spring, this North American phenomenon will be launching for the first time in Vancouver and Montreal
Living in New York, I had become accustomed to fresh-pressed concoctions of every colour popping up at the office, the gym, the subway and just about everywhere else. Sometimes a detox, sometimes a diet, sometimes a remedy for endless partying or excess stress (or both), I considered the practice of juice cleansing your regular, run-of-the-mill routine
We wake up at 6am to make it to spinning. We eat a salad for lunch – dressing on the side. We even manage to skip dessert after dinner. And then 11 o’clock rolls around. Somehow, all our willpower goes out the window. The reality is that in a battle with the sweet tooth, the sweet tooth always wins. So how can we satisfy our sweet cravings and stay healthy...
While most of us YPs know of the negative psychological symptoms and effects of burnout, fewer are aware of the other important signs of this troublesome condition. We chatted with Senior Orthopedic surgery resident, Dr. Jamie Rusen, a YP himself with vast knowledge of the bodily signs of burnout, to find out what physical symptoms we must be on the look out for in order to avoid or treat YP burnout
We’ve all had those days where we walk into our apartment, drop our bags, crash on the couch, say “I’m dead” and call it a night. Between working beyond regular office hours, networking, meetings, client dinners, charity events and everything in between, our “work” days are becoming increasingly longer. All good – after all, we do want to get to the top, right? Problem is, sometimes that joking “I’m dead” can mask serious mental and physical career side effects that have major implications on our well-being and productivity
Typical teenage angst leads many young people to develop the habit of nail biting, but did you know that approximately 25% of people carry this issue into early adult life? Whether due to anxiety, nervousness, boredom, or other deep-rooted issues, nail biting continues to be a common problem amongst young professionals