January 2015 Articles and Recipes

I hope this year has been a terrific one already. January is drawing to a close (already?!) but not before I leave you with this month's articles and recipes. Enjoy them, and may you find many ways to apply them to¬†your new lifestyle habits! Articles Yoga-inspired Dynamic Warm-up 20-minute Calorie-burning HIIT Workout Little Black Dress … Continue reading January 2015 Articles and Recipes

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Baby-led Weaning, AKA Baby-led Solids (Plus Sept. doTERRA Specials)

I apologize for not putting out a post last week. I got clobbered with a sinus cold, which on top of being (seemingly) perpetually sick (again) this pregnancy and a teething infant will knock anyone flat on their back. However, through the use of essential oils (lemon, peppermint, and ginger mainly), I managed to defeat … Continue reading Baby-led Weaning, AKA Baby-led Solids (Plus Sept. doTERRA Specials)

Beating Food Obsessions: Two Book Reviews

Over the last few weeks, I've been reading two books that I never got to during my yoga training. They both have to do with mindfulness while eating, about tackling the issues beneath and/or undermining every attempt to diet (or not to diet), about dealing with the baggage we've carried around with us since childhood … Continue reading Beating Food Obsessions: Two Book Reviews

Book Review: Natural Prozac: Learning to Release Your Body’s Own Anti-Depressants, By Dr. Joel Robertson With Tom Monte

Being caught up in motherhood and rereading the course material for my YogaFit Level 5 class in order to finish up my 200-RYT, I completely forgot to do a post last week! I'm terribly excited about completing this certification. My journey with yoga since 2008 has been a roller coaster. I've had amazing instructors who … Continue reading Book Review: Natural Prozac: Learning to Release Your Body’s Own Anti-Depressants, By Dr. Joel Robertson With Tom Monte