On International Women’s Day…

Definition of Feminism: the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes. The belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities. Growing up in a conservative environment, the term “feminist” made me pause. It was a word that made many around me scoff or roll their eyes, and conjured […]

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Pain and Patience

I visited my yoga studio for the first time in three weeks yesterday. Upon arriving, my teacher asked how my injury was, and I told her I was very much improved and ready to dive back in. She looked and me and said, “Sarah, you need to be patient with your body. Please take it […]

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Cupping for Sciatica and/or Lower Back Pain

Recently, an old hamstring injury of mine flared up big time, leaving me dealing with lower back and leg pain for what seems like an eternity. The range of motion from my hips down has been pretty pathetic, which has made working out and my usual yoga classes too challenging for me. Currently, I’m seeing […]

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2017 Resolutions

image credit: maddy nye Apparently, the last time I shared my new year resolutions on this blog was 5 years ago. Hmm. After perusing said resolutions, I had to laugh because I kid you not, I’m sitting here on January 2, 2017, again attempting to “embrace” my natural waves (aka trying my hardest NOT to resemble […]

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Flower Power

You guys know how much I love Lotus Wei, right? Well, Katie Hess, the dynamo behind all of that flower power, just released a new book, and it simply shouldn’t be missed. So fun and informative – all about flowers and what your personal preferences reveal about you. Giving me a chance to check it out […]

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Bullet Journals Made Simple

Guess what, friends? I have a newish obsession with bullet journaling. It started about a month and a half ago, and I simply can’t stop won’t stop. The entire process is truly fantastic, especially FINALLY being able to keep all of my thoughts, inspiration, and weekly planning in one place. A few weeks ago, I […]

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