Ways to Practice Gratitude During the Holidays

November 16, 2018
-Body Image-

Behind the Scenes of Intuitive Eating

November 14, 2018
-Daily Eats-

5 Thoughts [Including a pep talk video and a what I’m making for Thanksgiving]

November 12, 2018
-Intuitive Eating-

It’s Okay to Feel Lonely

November 2, 2018
-Registered Dietitian-

women's reproductive health

Women’s Reproductive Health 101

October 26, 2018
-Hormones-

It’s a Natural Desire to Want to Change Your Body [Body Image Resources]

October 24, 2018
-Body Image-

Awesome Things That Help Me Live My Best Day-to-Day Life

October 19, 2018
-Favorite Things-

I have yet to experience postpartum myself, but I've had many clients and readers that have been through that season of life. Or perhaps you are currently living through the postpartum period. Every woman's body is different, therefore every woman's experience after giving birth will be different. What works for one woman, might not work for the next. While one woman might go through postpartum and adjust to newborn life quiet seamlessly, another woman might find it much more difficult. She might need the support of medication, therapy, extra help and many other things. One way is not better than the other - they are simply two different ways of navigating the postpartum period. I hope this post helps you better care for yourself, whatever that means for you. There's no right or wrong way to care for yourself as a mom or your new baby.

Postpartum Hormones: what’s happening in your body and how to care for yourself

October 17, 2018
-Hormones-