A few months back, I started listening to podcasts, as I shared here, and one of those podcasts was The Wellness Mama’s called The Healthy Moms Podcast. In it she shared a statistic that “our children’s generation will be the first to not outlive their parents.” I didn’t let it sink in right away. But it came up again that week in another podcast. And then it came up again when I was reading something online! I ended up hearing this
This year, one of my 10 goals for 2017 was to make health a priority. I wanted to get healthy, but it wasn’t until a few months ago that I realized what it actually meant to make health an actual priority. Getting healthy has been a goal for, oh every year since I started making goals, but I never prioritized it. Meaning, I never chose it when it was hard. I never chose it when I was busy. A switch
This was the start of a chapter in The Finishing School that didn’t make the final cut. Enjoy! So last Christmas season was bonkers, y’all. We had more orders than I could have ever imagined. A fact to which I am not here to complain about. But I was so not prepared for it. For about two weeks, my routine was wake up at 5 AM, package journals till Vivi woke up at 8, create shipping labels and package orders
Pardon the long break from blogging! Life got crazy but I’ll looking forward to getting back in the swing of things and have lots of fun posts coming! Here is the last installment about food from Laken Nix of Peach and Humble perfect to get us ready for a season of meals around the table with those we love! Today I’ll be sharing a few more simple and sustainable habits for creating a culture of happiness and wellness in your kitchen.
Laken is back sharing some great tips about nutrition and how it relates to the heart! Today I want to keep sharing some simple and sustainable habits for creating a culture of happiness and wellness in your kitchen. We’ve already talked about three simple habits for nourishing your body, and today it’s all about nourishing your heart. Self care in the kitchen, as I like to call it. We’ve all heard it said that the kitchen is the heart of