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Sarah Somian

Sarah Somian
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Sarah Somian is a Holistic Nutritionist and Wellness Consultant with a passion for natural and holistic methods of healing and nourishing the body. She firmly believes that Nature and whole foods can be powerful medicines, when used appropriately. Her mission is to empower and educate her clients so that they can enjoy vibrant health from the inside out. A real globetrotter and travel enthusiast as well, you can easily find her via her website: www.deliciouslyvibrant.com, Instagram: @deliciouslyvibrant or Facebook Page: Deliciously Vibrant.

Dream Trip: 7 Ways to Travel… Even on A Small(er) Budget

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Do you dream of escaping to a cabana on a deserted beach or visiting European cities and their many historical museums? Yet, when you take a look at your bank account, travel seems impossible… or even irresponsible... to dream of? I get it. I was...

5 Reasons Why You Should Live Abroad At Least Once in Your Life

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I was born in a small city, in a small country in the middle of Europe: Brussels, Belgium. To those who even know about this country and city (because many don’t), Brussels has always had the reputation of being a cute and charming city. However,...

Healthy Living: 5 Reasons Why Water Should Be Your New Favorite Drink

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I already know what you are thinking: “But drinking water is so boring and tasteless!” And for many people, that's true. For others, the taste is not an issue, yet they still don’t drink enough due to forgetfulness or busy-ness. In my practice, increasing the water...

5 Tips To Help You Stick to A Consistent Exercise Routine

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We are now four months into 2017. By now, many people have already given up on their “I’m gonna work out every day” New Year’s resolutions. Understandable, given how boring and intimidating exercising can feel, especially if you are new to it. If you are beginning...

What Cuba Has Taught Me

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It has now been about 1 week since I left Cuba and I am still processing everything that I got to experience and see on this intriguing island. I knew that Cuba would be an adventure but I didn’t know what kind nor did I know to...

6 Ways To Kick Unhealthy Food Out of Your Kitchen Once & For All

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Eating healthy at home can feel so daunting and even boring to some. Most people simply have no idea how tasty and easy healthy meals can be. Others claim they don’t have the time. I get it, when you get home after a long day...

Your Healthy Living Guide: 5 Easy Tips to Eat More Mindfully

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Being more mindful when you eat is my number one tip to help my clients not only lose weight, but also maintain vibrant health for the rest of their lives. Once you start paying attention to not only what you eat, but how you eat,...

8 Ways to Kickstart Your Healthy Lifestyle

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So this is it, you’ve decided that your body has had enough and you are now ready to embark on a brand new journey with it. With the start of the new year, you thought it’d be a great idea to get a head start...

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