Don’t you wish you had affordable short-cuts to make healthy living easier? Are you tired of trying to make a Whole Foods lifestyle work on a Trader Joe’s budget? Doesn’t getting something for 98% off sound amazing?
I get it. You want the best for your family. You want to raise healthy kids, have strong immune systems, be more fit and energetic, and be intentional about creating a natural home, but sometimes it just feels so hard.
There’s a lot to learn and the internet can be more than a little overwhelming at times.
How are you today? Feeling a little stressed?
Did you get a good nights sleep last night? No? There are many reasons why people don’t get a good night’s sleep. It can be caused by an uncomfortable bed, restless partner or pets who sleep with you, or if you’re like many people, it could be stress that is keeping you from getting a good night’s rest.
If you’re stressed, it could be because you are deficient in one particular mineral.
One of the things that I do consistently with clients, is to give them tools to create a foundation of good health so that they can have less stress in their life, and to provide them with coping techniques to handle any stress when it does come their way.
A topic that I discuss almost every time, is water, and more specifically, the lack of water in your body, and how dehydration affects you with regards to stress.
Dehydration has made national news in the past few days with the reports about U.S. Presidential Candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton having pneumonia. Many reports said that her staffers and those around her say that she doesn’t drink water, and they are constantly reminding her to hydrate. Never has it been highlighted so strongly the need to stay hydrated for you to be at your best.
The average adult human body is 50-65% water, averaging around 57-60%. Men have a higher percentage of water in the body than women, and unfortunately, menstruation and symptoms of peri-menopause and menopause can reduce that percentage even further. Read more
Hello beautiful! Can you believe it’s September already? I know it has been a really long time since you’ve last heard from me. I hope you’ve been doing well, and have had a great summer.
2016 has been a year of big changes for me. In March I decided to put my business on hold (both online and in person consultations) and concentrate on me. I wanted to make my health – spiritually, mentally and physically, the top priority.
Off to a new start
To this end, I completely moved house from one place to another. I had made a move 5 years ago back to my hometown in the hopes of improving a family relationship. After a lot of effort, I realized that it wasn’t going to improve no matter what I did (my brother was not receptive, nor willing to change and you can’t keep banging your head against a wall) so I decided to move back to the place where I felt more settled, happy and prosperous. Read more