Consistency can be hard to master with any aspect in life, but it can become especially challenging with health and wellness goals during the holidays. We’ve rounded up some experts in their field to talk about different aspects of wellness that can be challenging to stick with during the holiday season. These are simple tips that can help you stay on track and create a more balanced, well-rounded, and consistent holiday season.
I don’t know about you but I’ve been hearing a lot about how what you put on your skin is equally as important as the food you put in your body. When I started doing more research, I also realized how overwhelming it is to know which products are truly natural and contain high-quality ingredients. This level of overwhelm felt the same as when I started to explore what was in my food.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Smita from Simply Smita, a natural skincare brand, to share about my approach and how I work with my clients. I’m passionate about transforming my client’s relationship with food and in this interview I share more about why and how.
I’m passionate about promoting and supporting fellow empowering women who are small business owners, especially when I believe in the brand and their mission. After searching for about 3 years for more natural skincare products, I discovered Simply Smita and absolutely love the line!
It’s Thursday and you’ve been patiently waiting for the
weekend all week long. You stick to your food goals and are strict with
yourself Monday through Thursday. As the weekend approaches you look forward to
throwing your hands up in the air and taking a free-for-all mindset for the
next few days.
Last weekend in Chicago we experienced some spring snow. Yes snow in the middle of April! A couple days later, the temperatures rose again into the 60’s. The interesting thing is, the day after the snowfall I was walking around and noticed the flowers were still blooming and hadn’t died from this crazy weather we had. It made me realize how resilient nature can be. That thought reminded me of the parallel of how my clients build resilience through the process of understanding and uncovering their relationship around food.