latest from the blog #healthy mom


  •  5/13/2021 08:10 AM

What does therapy look like to you?

  •  4/9/2021 09:04 AM

I definitely do not feel old enough to have a high school graduate, but here we are! #momlife

  •  3/29/2021 01:43 PM

Taking 15 minutes this morning really helped me start my day! Take some time for yourself today!

  •  3/13/2021 10:16 AM

Do what you love and you’ll never work another day in your life... you’ll still be tired... but you’ll wake up excited to do it all over again. Never stop dreaming

  •  2/28/2021 06:34 PM

We have moments in our lives when everything is going so well, and then tragedy happens. It's hard to see why certain things happen. Everyone has a purpose. What is yours?

  •  1/13/2021 10:10 AM

Chronic illness, chronic disability and I'm still holistic. Holistic life is possible.

  •  1/9/2021 10:45 AM

Many people have felt the shift and have embraced it. Others have felt it and were scared, confused, angered and acted accordingly and it shows. There are a lot of us here and ready. Don’t be scared. Everything happens for a reason.

  •  1/2/2021 04:02 PM

Living a holistic life is not easy when you have a chronic condition/disease/illness; but it is not impossible. It takes work, research an hope!

  •  12/20/2020 02:59 PM

I always congratulate myself when I’ve done a big girl thing, because we, even as adults, need to recognize growth. No matter what your situation is, addiction or mental instability, or just a shitty year- be proud of your accomplishments.

  •  12/10/2020 12:34 PM

It’s OK to have moments when you doubt yourself or are unhappy. We are human; we have emotions and egos. Self-confidence is an amazing thing; loving myself makes me feel amazing. How are you feeling today?

  •  12/8/2020 12:15 PM

Losing weight isn't just about looking good. Many of us NEED to lose weight for health concerns and chronic illnesses. Losing weight for some of us are life and death, this is my story!

  •  10/19/2020 10:22 AM

I just broke down. I wasn’t sad. It was a release. I was happy. I found myself looking back at these last 4 years and I was so incredibly proud of myself. I was happy for me and my sobriety.