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8 Ways Thinx Makes Your Period More Bearable

If you’ve followed me for long, then you know I am a big fan of Thinx period underwear. When I first heard of Thinx, I was totally skeptical, but after using them for one period, I was a convert. You can read about that first experience here. I still get tons of questions about Thinx, ... Read more

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Beginning to-balance Chakras

To start balancing chakras you must start at the root chakra. Located on the base of the perineum, the root chakra is the connection to the earth and what ensures that you feel grounded and balanced no matter where you are.

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Natural Postpartum Care

Your bundle of joy will be here soon. You can’t wait for all the baby snuggles, feedings, family visits, and all the joy that comes with a newborn. But have you thought about the recovery process for mom? As you transition to taking care of a baby, your postpartum body needs time and attention to ... Read more

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7 Step Guide to Making Decisions

Do you feel overwhelmed by the constant pressure to look right, act right, and be perfect? Instead of trusting everyone else’s opinion, this guide will teach you 7 steps to make decisions that honor your inner voice, optimize health, and serve your higher purpose. This guide will teach you how to cut through the confusion and decide.

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Immune System Structure and Function

The intricately-designed immune system plays an essential role in our health and wellness. As long as it runs smoothly, you aren’t even aware it’s there. But if it stops working properly, you get ill. And what happens when you have an immune system organ removed? Understanding immune system structure and function can help us make ... Read more

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How to Talk to Your Daughter About Her First Period

Menstruation can be a daunting topic for parents and young girls. You may feel a bit uneasy about talking to your daughter about such a sensitive subject. But discussing puberty, changes in her body, and menstruation is important before she experiences her first period. With a little forethought, you can have candid, positive conversations about menstruation ... Read more

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Natural Remedies for Allergies

Ahh springtime. The flowers and trees are blooming, and the birds and bees have come to life. But for nearly 30 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, springtime represents itching, sneezing, watery eyes, coughing, asthma attacks, and skin irritations. And it’s not just spring either; seasonal allergies can happen in the fall and even ... Read more

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The Immune-Boosting Benefits of Tea

Raise your hand if you love tea. I love the comforting feeling of a warm mug in my hands and the aroma of a steamy herbal concoction. I especially love that I can drink a variety of teas that actually benefit my health. Teas contain powerful polyphenol antioxidants that support the immune system. I drink ... Read more

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Free Essentials Download

Essentials is an educational tool like no other. 75 easy to understand answers about essential oils and supplements. This book teaches you to cut through bad blogs and misinformation online. I want to give you the first 5 chapters for free!

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UPDATED: New Nutraceuticals to Combat COVID-19

Right now more than ever, people want to know about natural ways to boost immunity. We all know that diet, exercise, and other lifestyle choices can make or break our immune system. But what about nutritional supplements? Which nutraceuticals are best for boosting immunity to combat COVID-19? And what supplements can you take to help ... Read more

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Natural Ways to Combat Anxiety

Anxiety. We all deal with it from time to time as a natural response to stress and danger. But sadly, almost 20% of Americans suffer from chronic anxiety-related disorders, and up to 70% confess to feeling anxious on a daily basis. When anxiety becomes a daily struggle, it can take its toll on quality of ... Read more

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Your Menstrual Cycle and Immunity

For many women, menstrual cycles can be debilitating. From painful cramps and bloating to monstrous cravings and nausea to irritability and weepiness, it’s as if your period runs the show for your body one week each month. These symptoms may leave you wondering why you feel so sick on your period. It’s because sex hormones, ... Read more

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Supporting Different Personalities During the Quarantine

When the chips are down and times are tough, sometimes it’s difficult to know how best to care for others. Everyone handles crisis and stress differently, based on past experiences and how our brains are wired. What helps and uplifts one person may mean little to another person. This is where learning about different personality ... Read more

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Sustainable Swaps that are Better for You and the Environment

Have you ever stopped to consider the number of single-use products you use? Every item you use one time and toss in the trash ends up in a landfill. Not only that, but the cost of these items adds up over time. What if you could swap some of these consumable items with more sustainable ... Read more