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Your lifestyle consists of numerous different habits, routines, behaviours, activities and passions. Some of these become stagnated or so repetitive you sometimes fail to notice that they aren't quite satisfying you any-more, or adding any substantial value to your daily life.

Your lifestyle consists of numerous different habits, routines, behaviours, activities and passions. Some of these become stagnated or so repetitive you sometimes fail to notice that they aren't quite satisfying you any-more, or adding any substantial value to your daily life.

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Easy Paleo Vegan No-bake Key Lime Pies (grain-free, gluten-free and dairy-free) #ilovemaple /purecanadamaple/

Easy Paleo Vegan No-bake Key Lime Pies (grain-free, gluten-free and dairy-free) #ilovemaple /purecanadamaple/

Kimchi recipe from David Leibovitz. Healthy and good for you, this recipe is vegan but can be highly adapted (dried shrimp or fish sauce, root veggies, herbs if you're adventurous in flavors) to suit your taste buds. Off to the Korean grocer!!!

Kimchi recipe from David Leibovitz. Healthy and good for you, this recipe is vegan but can be highly adapted (dried shrimp or fish sauce, root veggies, herbs if you're adventurous in flavors) to suit your taste buds. Off to the Korean grocer!!!