Adrenal Fatigue eBook Launch + a Coupon Code for You!

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Hello again! Today is the big day! My eBook,¬†Stress Less: A Wholistic Approach to Healing Adrenal Fatigue,¬†is now available for purchase in my Etsy shop! This book has been a labor of love for me. I started writing it when I was still struggling daily with exhaustion, caffeine & sugar cravings, and still attending school […]

Adrenal Fatigue Signs & Symptoms

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Hello everyone! Last week I shared my history with adrenal fatigue, if you missed it, you can check it out here. Today I wanted to share with you some common complaints from people who suffer from adrenal fatigue to help you to better understand the condition, and to help guide you in making decisions about […]

My Adrenal Fatigue Journey & eBook Announcement

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In truth, I believe my adrenals were suffering for years before I figured it out. One of my friends told me that she felt I was always complaining of being tired. This made me stop and think…yes, I was tired a lot. I remember feeling like I was more tired than most people. However, I […]

May Journal Course Announcement

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Hello all! I know it’s unusual to hear from me so much, but I’ve got a special announcement for you. Last year I ran 2 separate journal courses at different parts of the year. The first was called Experiencing Our Inner Critic, and the second was Cultivating Self Love. I’ve decided to run these courses […]

A Meditation on (Chronic) Pain

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Normally, we do everything we can to avoid pain, but today I’m asking you to get curious about your pain. This meditation is for anyone suffering with chronic pain, or if you have an injury that you’re working with. After the meditation, I encourage you to take a few minutes to jot down your experience […]

Fear, Itself

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What does fear mean to you? Does it play a role in your everyday life? For me, fear isn’t a big part of my emotional landscape. It used to be, that’s for sure. It usually showed up as social anxiety, anxiety about cars, work, money, and relationships, especially in my early-mid 20s. In my late […]

Feel the Way Ahead

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Does anyone else feel like this whole New Years thing is a bit of sham? Every year I feel slightly grinchy, but each year it makes less and less sense to me. January is still smack in the middle of winter, yet we’re told we need to make resolutions and change and plan for the […]