The Environmental Working Group has a great resource called Skin Deep. It ranks personal care products to inform consumers how potentially toxic their products are. While extensive, it doesn’t have every product out there. This is where the “Build Your Own Report” feature comes in handy. Using the resource still requires some discernment. Many of […]
January is ideal for me to get a little quirky with something health-related, mostly because everyone else is too. It’s a lot easier to pull off a cleanse when no one else is partying. My usual go-to is the Sakara Level II Detox, which you can read about here and here. This year, however, I
September means my kids are back in school, and I’m buckling down on everything from my daily routine to what products I’m using. While I love experimenting, especially when it comes to beauty and wellness, come fall, it’s only sticking around if it’s working. Here are my favorite beauty and wellness things for fall: Truvani
Last month, I went on the Element Retreat in Italy led by Deborah Hanekamp (aka Mama Medicine). I figured we’d be working with the elements of nature. Otherwise, I didn’t know what to expect. When the itinerary was sent out a month before the retreat, I saw there’d be a two day period of silence.
I’ll try anything in the name of health and wellness, as long as it resonates with me on some level. This is why you won’t see me on a cleanse where I starve myself or ingest anything involving chemical powders. You will, however, find me going into sub-zero temperatures in the middle of an already