Feature: Anneliese Wells

I am so excited to share this month’s Feature with you guys! I met Anneliese through Instagram, and through chatting for this feature, I realized how much we resonate. Even though we have never met in person, I can tell you that she is authentic, passionate about what she believes in, and truly a beautiful individual, inside […]

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How to get down with Minimalism

It’s a new month and I am dubbing this month Minimalism March! I have been super intruiged of the concept of minimalism, which started with Marie Konda’s book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. That is what initially got me started on this. After reading more, watching some documentaries, I have to say, I […]

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A Month of Self-Love-What I’ve Learned So Far

There has been so much going on for me personally, and internally that you won’t see on my Insta feed because I don’t share it. But in keeping with realness, and wanting to always be sharing my journey with health and wellness (one that, like everyone else, has it’s MAJOR ups and downs) I thought […]

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Feature: Anne Girven

It’s here, the February Feature! This month I have no other than my good friend Anne, of whom you have probably heard me mention so many times on my Insta-we met through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, (we are both the same age, and both have a cat named Piper, destined to be friends, I […]

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Motherhood Journal: 1 Year Old

One year.  One year ago, I became a mother. My life took on an entirely new role. My life changed. I remember not believing that it was happening, that we were going to have a baby. Yes, I was pregnant, and yes, I was one week from our due date, but I just still could […]

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Feature: Mary Waterfield

I am so so very happy to start this new series on my blog! Each month, I will be featuring a new individual who is part of the wellness world, as a way to shed light on all of the amazing people who are doing their part to help make the world a better place, […]

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To you, 2017.

The New Year for me does not mean resolutions anymore, it doesn’t mean I am going to “eat clean” or “start working out,” because it’s unattainable, and disappointing after about 3 weeks. Sitting here on New Year’s Eve means reflecting on where I was this time last year, and where I am now. It’s about […]

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