Sunday Scrolls: September 17th

By Kaylea

Sep 16, 2023 | Sunday Scrolls | 0 comments

You’re here! It is so wonderful to see you today, and we can’t wait to invite you in for homemade vegan pepperoni (clean + scrumptious!), a new way to use music in your workouts, beautiful inspiration to up-level your week, and a few of our favorite finds we know you’ll love:


I cannot wait to try this vegan pepperoni for Pizza Friday! It looks so crispy and layered with goodness 😍:


4 Ways To Exercise Outside This Fall That You *Probably* Haven’t Tried Yet, Straight From a Nike Trainer

I expected the article to be kind of click-baity, but I was pleasantly surprised to take away a few great motivators from this article, and hope you do too 💪🏼. The big one for me is the gratitude movement practice – really focusing on being present, deliberately seeking all of the beautiful micro moments around us, and deep, deliberate breaths. The second tip that stood out was the outdoor music challenge. Music is such a miraculous motivator, but this takes it a step further with challenging ourselves to get in as many reps as possible during each part of the song. How FUN!



Here is a round-up that’s well worth a click-through – 20 tiny habits that will change your life in six months. 💯

Ways to stay well whilst traveling (and what has kept us healthy for the past two months on the road)

Beat the Bloat: How to Boost Digestion When You Overeat

How to give yourself a life edit.

My Ultimate Wellness Playbook: 20 Daily Habits That Keep Me High-Vibe and Energized.

The 10 Hottest Zip Codes in America, According to (these surprised me!)

How to become a digital nomad.

The Art of Friendship: How to Make Connections at Any Age.

This hack for boxed brownies sounds delicious!

Experts Say This Well-Being Practice Provides A Sense of Overall Health & Vitality

We listened to this phenomenal interview on a day-trip and although long, it is chock-full of tasty nuggets!

The Beehive State was just named the happiest state in the US!

And in case you want to fly there: The Best Seats on a Plane, According to Experts.

I read something about bacteria stored in cutting boards and decided we need a new set for Nixon hq – the vegan in me loves that these are coded for different uses!

Leaving you with this little wedge of wisdom I read when it comes to winding down at night. Imagine you’re a car going 72 mph on the highway. When we’re watching tv late at night or scrolling on our phone – we’re still driving at full speed when we pull into the garage (go to bed). Imagine how much better our body and our mind would respond if we slowed the car down – turned down the lights, put the phone in another room, shut the TV off, and did more nurturing nighttime activities instead (reading, journaling, meditation)? Maybe worth a try if you’ve been struggling with sleep lately. That’s what I’m working on this week! Be well + joyful, kind friend!

Written by Kaylea

Kaylea Nixon is a Certified Wellness Counselor and Certified Health and Nutrition Practitioner who loves sharing practical, purposeful ways to cultivate a life of well-being and joy! When she's not developing fresh anti-inflammatory recipes, or researching new wellness trends; she seeks adventures, experiences and tasty travels with her incredible husband, son, and rescue pup, Gemma.

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