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Grieving the Loss of My Uterus

It all began when I was fourteen years old and was having chronic ovarian cysts rupture multiple times a month. They were painful and I had no idea what was happening. I lived solely with my dad, and pretty much relied on the care of Planned Parenthood to help me through all of my “female” […]

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moms need magnesium

Moms Need Magnesium

Magnesium and moms go together like plants and phosphorous…a little biology (or gardening) analogy. Magnesium is essential for humans, but it is the mineral that we are most commonly deficient in. Are you feeling lethargic, irritable, having vertigo, or muscle/eye twitches? These are all signs that you may be magnesium deficient.   Take a magnesium […]

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Honoring my dad

Honoring My Dad

When does that shift happen from blaming our parents to honoring them? For me, this shift happened in my 30’s. I stopped blaming my dad for my own faults and looked at him closely and realized that much of my goodness comes from my father. My dad taught me how to find happiness no matter […]

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Easy Ways to Celebrate National Nutrition Month With Your Kids

Easy Ways to Celebrate National Nutrition Month With Your Kids

March is National Nutrition month! It is a campaign that focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. The focus is on making healthy choices, practice cooking at home, find activities and get physical, and only eating as much as one’s body needs. I encourage all […]

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