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Letting Go Of My Imperfect Birth Story

Posted by on Jan 28, 2014 in Inspiration, Motherhood | 12 comments

  I am one of those people that believes in manifesting things, taking herbs instead of antibiotics, and getting A’s on tests. I have always believed in my ability to influence the outcome of events in my life. I’m spiritual. I’m a healer. I’m healthy. I’m an overachiever. My daughter’s birth turned all that on its head. All the pre-natal Pilates, yoga and acupuncture, optimal fetal positioning practices, birth classes, guided meditations, and Ina May books in the world couldn’t have prepared me for how this was going to go. Three days past her due date, I called my doula at one in the morning. Yes, I was sure,...

Boost Your Fertility And Balance Your Hormones Easily Through Food

Posted by on Jan 7, 2014 in Chinese Medicine, Fertility, Nutrition | 0 comments

  Menstruating women are complex creatures. How your body digests food, how you feel, what you can accomplish, how well you fight off a cold, how you look, how you perceive yourself changes from week to week—sometimes drastically—depending where you are in your cycle. It’s taken me years, but I have finally learned that I feel like Kate Winslet on the Titanic during my ovulation week (pre-shipwreck, post-Leonardo). I have energy (hey, that’s saying something for a mom with a 15-month-old), I want to be around people, I feel charismatic, I am motivated, I giddily cross things off my To Do List like I just drank 10 cups of...

How To Accomplish Your Goals Without Losing Steam (Or Self-Esteem)

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Inspiration, Useful Tips | 0 comments

  A real inspiration killer is trying to work toward a goal when you needed that goal to happen yesterday. Or 5 years ago. Whether it be a financial goal, a health goal, or a life goal, if the “getting there” doesn’t feel good, or if you feel desperate for it to happen, you will block any flow of divine creativity, love or abundance, which would help you reach your goal. Let’s face it, setting goals can be stressful. It sounds like a good idea at first, but as time goes by and you’re working your tail off and your progress is not what you expected, or the timeframe...

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