Restoring Balance with Ayurveda

Ayurveda was developed more than 5,000 years ago in India, and it is the world’s oldest holistic healing system. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word meaning ayur or “life” and veda or “knowledge.” The fundamental belief of Ayurveda is that the mind, body, and spirit are connected, and the balance of all three promotes optimal healthContinue reading “Restoring Balance with Ayurveda”

Self-Care for Eye Health

Increased screen time is likely learning your eyes in need of self-care! Our eye health is very important and often neglected. Do you sit in front of a computer all day at work? Then come home, scroll on your phone while sitting in front of the TV? We are constantly looking at screens and itContinue reading “Self-Care for Eye Health”

Self-Care is NOT a Day!

Can we stop treating self-care as if it is something that we only access when we have time, or a day off, or when it is convenient? Self-Care is NOT a day. This perpetuates the stereotype that it is a luxury or that it is selfish.    Self-care is EVERY day. Well, real self-care is, anyway,Continue reading “Self-Care is NOT a Day!”

Astrology & Self-Care: Libra (2021)

We are cruising through the zodiac as we welcome Libra to the Astrology and self-care blog  2021 series. This blog is loaded with self-care tips for libras.      As I mentioned, I had so much fun writing and sharing the Astrology & Self-Care series that I plan to keep this as an ongoing series for the blogContinue reading “Astrology & Self-Care: Libra (2021)”

Got Breakfast? Healthy Homemade Muffins

With a new school year underway, a lot of us are getting back into our routines. Myself, included. However, I have been much more consistent since I started creating my very own healthy homemade muffins.   In my eating disorder healing journey, I have shared bits and pieces about what it is like to feedContinue reading “Got Breakfast? Healthy Homemade Muffins”

Joyful Movement is Medicine

Exercise or rather “movement” is a critical part of self-care. Someone recently said to me that “sitting is the new smoking.” Ouch, that hits hard! Especially where so many of us sit for long periods of time throughout the day depending upon what we do for work. But the key to moving our bodies isContinue reading “Joyful Movement is Medicine”