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 […]
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
Happy New Year! I’m sure your inbox and targeted ads are filled with detox diets and the promise of losing weight. However, I’m not a huge fan of detoxes for the sole purpose of losing weight. Weight loss can be a welcome side effect but typically, the lost weight will come back as soon as
This post is brought to you by Bari Newman. Find her on Instagram @thegratefullplate. She’s amazing, inspiring…and my ex-boyfriend’s wife 😂. My Relationship with Sakara Okay, friends, here it is – my review of the Sakara Level II Detox, from the perspective of a first time cleanser who promises to give you the good, the