There’s nothing that I love more than essential oils, yoga and hanging out with my gal pals. Toss all of that goodness in a book, and you’ve got me.
About a month or two ago, my online gal pal, Kate Fagervik, from LiveWithMoxy.com announced that she was releasing her self-published novel, NOVEL STUDY: A Woman’s Worth // A DIY Guide to Exploring your Inner-Verse.
I loved this book.
The book is meant to be a companion to Marianne Williamson’s book, A Women’s Worth but it’s also an amazing resource to tap in to your feminine power through essential oils, yoga, mantras, crystals and many wise words. So may good nuggets in this easy read.
To help with the launch of my new bedside companion, I sat down with Kate to learn more about her, her online boutique, LiveWithMoxy.com, her favourite essential oils, yoga poses, crystals and so much more.
Also, I’m giving away a copy of Kate’s book NOVEL STUDY: A Woman’s Worth // A DIY Guide to Exploring your Inner-Verse. I’ll also be tossing in a few of my favourite essential oils so you can learn the power that nature can have!
In the comments below, tell me in what area you are most interested in learning about: Essential Oils, Mantras, Crystals, or Yoga.
Detoxing, cleansing, dieting, “watching what we eat”. Terms we all know about and know the importance of helping to eliminate junk from our bodies. When we’re not feeling our best, we often make adjustments to our diets to get us back to health or at the very least, feeling better.
March is nutrition month! What a great initiative to help educate our community about how to eat and enjoy healthy food for a whole 30 days. I was recently asked by Choices Markets, Western Canada’s largest retailer of natural and organic food, to talk with my readers about how healthy eating in the workplace is possible. And, I thought I would also share 12 Healthy & Simple Take-Away Lunches.
I don’t think I have come across many people that haven’t had some difficulty with sleep. Can’t fall asleep and left wide awake reflecting on life? Fall asleep okay but wake up throughout the night and left wide awake reflecting on life? In any event, it sucks.
About 4 years ago, I started to have what I then called “episodes”. I was having feelings of panic, fear, and uneasiness. It’s so hard to describe. It was so bad that, on a night my husband was away, I had to send myself to the hospital. I was admitted. I had a very handsome (of course) Doctor take heart and urine tests. And, nothing. What the “F” was wrong with me? Was I going crazy? Did I have MS?
It wasn’t until two years ago, when a friend of mine was dealing with trauma, that she started to describe her symptoms of anxiety. I was then that I realized that what I was dealing with was extreme anxiety. Subsequently, at the same time, I was dealing with digestive and sleep issues. All a result of high-stress and anxiety.
Life can be hard. And, as a result, many of us struggle with stress, anxiety and depression. Well, listen up. Stress and anxiety can breed chronic disease.
This is a guest post from Spirit Charger, a new online guide to wellness that will inspire you mind, body and spirit!
It’s that time of the year again! It is time to form New Year resolutions, pin them on the refrigerator door, and share them on Facebook. So what did you resolve to achieve this year? Quit smoking. Shed a few unwanted pounds. Shop less. Save more. Pay off the debts. That’s an impressive list.
But, wait! Weren’t these your resolutions for last year? And the year before that? Didn’t you follow through with these resolutions? You didn’t.