Twenty years ago, I sat on my mother’s sofa holding back tears as she told my sisters and I about my Nana’s recent diagnosis…. breast cancer. See at an early age breast cancer wasn’t something I didnt know about. I actually knew too much about
When some of my friends describe me they usually start with “She’s a fitness crazed woman…” and to some extent that’s true. Even though I haven’t worked out with many of them it shows in my everyday life just how much I enjoy working out.
A few weeks ago my friend Monica reached out to me with a question about the benefits of Ganoderma Lucidum. Not knowing much about it (especially in coffee) I began researching it.
*Takes deep breathe* So much is changing over here at Baobab, I almost can’t wrap my mind around it, starting with my first solo event. Earlier this month after intense planning I hosted my first solo Wellness event (more on the solo part later). And
With all the stresses of corporate America and planning this awesome event (stay tuned), I’ve decided to ramp up my mediation and take it more seriously. I wrote about the basic steps to meditation here and though I still revert to this method, I decided
Perfection is impossible. However striving for perfection is not. Do the best you can under the conditions that exist. That is what counts. ~John Wooden
The groundwork of all happiness is health. ~Leigh Hunt
From the title of this post I’m sure you can guess where I’ve been the last three months… that’s right, off giving birth to my second son.
This Friday I thought I’d do something a little different by featuring a friend and one of the guest speakers at Blog Cafe 4.0, Emily Sullivan.