When I hear the same message coming from multiple clients’ lips’ I know it’s time to bring that theme to the surface so we can open it up for discussion. Though we find ourselves in a season that is full of celebration and joy for many, quite a few folks are confessing to feeling tired, anti-social, a little down, and like they’d rather just stay home in their cozy nest with a cup of hot tea and a good book instead of participating in the season’s festivities. Many even add guilt to the list for having these feelings in the first place during a time that they “should be” happy and more social.
‘Tis the season to get together with loved ones, eat, drink, and be merry! Unfortunately the holiday season also commonly includes a long to do list: planning menus, fighting the frantic store crowds, spending hours in the kitchen, overeating processed, “traditional”, holiday foods, over celebrating (you know who you are ; ), hunting for the perfect gifts, making room for house guests, and making it all look effortless with a smile on your face 🙂
Having hundreds of conversations with women about hormonal wellness throughout my career has taught me SO MUCH! One thing that comes to my attention again and again is that many women have come to believe things about their hormones that aren’t true. Its not our faults!
There’s nothing more refreshing than a tall glass of iced tea on a summer day, right? Most traditional iced tea is made out of black tea that, because of it’s caffeine content, is actually dehydrating. Let’s take this classic, hot weather beverage up a notch by combining tasty medicinal herbs that are not only hydrating but cooling as well!
Can you feel it!?! Spring is definitely in the air. The crisp mornings, vibrant greenery, elongating daylight, and the optimism that it can all inspire… Its one of our favorite times of year! (Sorry for the teaser if you’re part of our East Coast tribe. It won’t be long now ; )