Healthy Mindful Eating

 I don’t diet, I practice healthy mindful eating!  Yup! That is the honest truth I do not diet.  I love food! I am a big foodie. I  love to try new things and enjoy the taste and textures of certain food. But I also know I need my body to work with me and not against me. I have to be conscious of what I am putting in my body. Our bodies need to be cherished and treated with respect, after all, it is the only place we will live in forever.

Miracle in a bottle

“Health is a crown that the healthy wear, but only the sick can see”.  I feel the same way about pregnancy.  A healthy pregnancy is something many women seek and want. For some women just the process of getting pregnant is difficult and sometimes questionable. You might have great health and be able to get pregnant without any issues or complications, that is  truly a blessing.  Others might have some health issues, and getting pregnant is a big obstacle in their lives. Going naturally might not be for everyone, but it doesn’t hurt to try. I want to help encourage those women with difficulties to try a natural remedy I myself have tried.

Practice Self-Care

What is self-care? Self-care is anything that benefits you.  We can not allow our busy lives to distract or abandon the part of us that matters the most, our bodies and our minds. Over the years I have learned to narrow my self-care habits down to three main categories.  I have figured out the things I can do for myself that fit into my lifestyle and make me feel at ease and whole.

YOUR BODY AT YOUR PACE: My simple routine

I have never been the type to go to the gym and sweat and work out until I am in pain.  I get it, everyone needs some type of exercise.   But I want to share that I started with simple yoga! At home all on my own and some youtube videos and my sticky yoga mat.  I started with 10 minutes of stretching and breathing.  I found it so peaceful and after a week of just 10 minutes, my body already felt the difference.  Nothing major but I definitely felt more flexible and breathing at ease. I learned to enjoy something at my pace and it felt good.