Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort OM

Life Begins at the End of Your Comfort OM

Since when is being real summed up by adding a bunch of feel-good words into a sentence. Do you feel good when you ramble on about surface level stuff? Probably not. So dive in. Dig in. Listen up. Lean in. Let’s get real by being real and I mean really talking about things that matter like yourself, your feelings, your experiences. That’s the content I’m looking for. That’s the content that’s going to shake things up.

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The Only Thing in Life that is Truly Free

The Only Thing in Life that is Truly Free

I attend a Breastfeeding Support Group in Sandy Springs, Georgia where milk supply is a commonly discussed topic. Why is it that so many mothers question their ability to provide enough milk for their babies to thrive?  As I sit around the group and wonder why women think they aren’t producing enough, I remember what one of my girlfriends told me shortly after delivery…

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What is Hawaiian Sandalwood?

What is Hawaiian Sandalwood?

Beginner's Guide: How to use Hawaiian Sandalwood

♡ Diffuse or apply to your neck and shoulders at bedtime for a restful night’s sleep.

♡ Add 1–2 drops to your favorite moisturizer or night cream for smooth, glowing skin

♡ Add 1–2 drops to a hot bath to promote relaxation and lessen tension

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Mala Beads for Meditation, Courage, and Self-Love

Mala Beads for Meditation, Courage, and Self-Love

Recently I met Priscilla Mendez, Owner, and Designer of 100 Graces Jewelry. Priscilla started 100 Graces with the mission to create jewelry that not only makes women feel beautiful, but also has healing effects and carries a message of power and inspiration. Fellow mother, yogi, and entrepreneur, Priscilla gifted me the Blissfully Radiant Mala. The stones in my new mala serve as a reminder to let my creative juices flow, accept myself as I am, and remain courageous in my endeavors. I wear my mala to reinforce feelings of self-love and an open heart. Our little peanut Channing also loves to grab a hold of my mala, which is 1000x more adorable than a handful of my hair.  

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