I THINK YOU SHOULD PUT YOURSELF FIRST
As a creative, you're doing the important work that the world needs right now.
Whether you work for a non-profit organization, in a studio, as a freelancer, or out on the street, creatives are the ones constantly pushing boundaries and creating the change that they want to see in the world.
And in order to do that, you need to feel your damn best.
Boost your energy. Lower your stress. Feel fucking fantastic.
By supporting yourself physically in the best possible way (and in a way that feels intuitive and easy to follow) you're taking huge steps to boost your energy. When you sign up for 1:1 health coaching I'll help you find the best nutritional solutions for you personally (because no ONE way of eating works for everyone)
Look, if you're feeling crappy about your job/relationship/life purpose it doesn't matter how much kale you eat... you're still gonna feel like crap. When we work together, I'll help you learn the tools to identify and resolve the parts of your life that are unbalanced so you can make the most of your healing.
Part of the reason so many women feel like shit is because we're taught from the time we're born to take care of everyone and everything ELSE before considering our own care. Fuck that noise. I'll show you why self-care is not only essential for your own wellness, but it's actually the first step towards changing the damn world for the better.
JANUARY 28TH IN LONG BRANCH, NJ
Part lecture, part yoga class. Learn stress reduction techniques, nutrition, easy ways to prevent getting sick, and how to use food journaling to feel your absolute best.
LIVE BRUNCH WEBINAR
We know you're busy sister. So let's multi-task. Have a drank with three slightly tipsy wellness coaches while simultaneously learning some cool shit. It's like a super informative happy hour.
THE FOOD + MOOD CONNECTION
It’s been proven that food journaling can be a powerful tool in taking control of your health and can help you to make more mindful choices about your diet and lifestyle. But if you’ve ever tried a food journal in the past, you know that counting and measuring everything you eat kind of sucks.
Food For Thought, a three-month food and mood journal, was designed to be insanely easy to use and focuses on what’s really important – how you feel. No counting or measuring a damn thing.