Hey guys! I’m here with another gut health post, what else is new? I figure, the more I preach, the more I educate, and the more I banter about the importance of loving your guts, maybe you guys actually will? (And maybe the doctors will start prescribing probiotics when patients with mental health issues enter
Ah May, you started off a little cray. I felt like Serena Van Der Woodsen running around town and hitting up dinner parties and social events, as well as driving to Edmonton spontaneously just to witness the Oilers Playoff atmosphere. Which was well worth it I may add. I’m calling it the year as yes, but as I
Ahh simplicity. One of my 2017 intentions, to live simple. Since I’m living the cleansing life, I find myself spending more time at home cooking and cleaning. Probably subconsciously preparing myself for housewife material since I’m 28 and married to my cat.
But seriously, it feels SO good to clean. Declutter. Remove. Throw away. See
One week of 2017 in the books and my #yearofselflove has already been making an impact in my life!
If you’ve read my first post you’ll know that my January #yearofselflove monthly practice consists of eating nourishing foods. And that doesn’t mean everything I eat needs to contain X amount of antioxidants or X amounts
Happy New Year everyone!!! I can’t believe it’s 2017 already. I also turned 28 over the holidays and am pretty excited to do BIG things this year.
The general consensus of my social media feeds (including my own) is that 2016 kinda.. sucked. Like sucked bad. Did 2016 reallllly suck or did we all just
What is this bone broth talk? I get asked this all. The. Time.
“Kel, what’s the deal with bone broth?” “Why are you drinking that stuff?” “Ew you drink that for fun?”
If you think this whole “witches brew” thing is just a fad, well then, you’re probably right… But that doesn’t mean it isn’t good
Ah change, you love it, or you hate it.
Especially when that change includes your job, home, relationships, lifestyle, or diet. We cling to what we know, & we cling to our habits. Studies suggest it takes 21 days to develop or change a habit, but I’ve also heard it could take up to 66 days!
Okay, so I’ve recently embarked on the journey of getting off oral contraceptives, and instead switching to a less estrogen dominant and thus hormone dysregulating product. If there’s ONE thing I’ve learned in my program, it’s the negative effects that oral contraceptives have on your hormones, and your body. I’m going on 13 years taking
Okay I know that’s not a word. But I heard someone talk about it on a podcast and then laughed, and then decided to write some nonsense about it. And by adding the -ing it is really confusing, and almost sounds like I’m talking about a shoulder. But basically, I’m talking about that one word
I’ve been done Whole 30 for a week now! I quickly realized however, that my body does not like sugar. I may have gotten into a chocolate bunny or two, some reese peanut butter cups, AND girl guide cookies hiding in my freezer (gluten filled and everything!)
So I realize after being on a clean