Tag Archive for 'pelvis'

  Maybe you tinkle when you sneeze, or leak when you giggle. You know you should do something about it, but you’re not sure where to start. Did this post resonate with you? You are not alone! Urinary incontinence, while definitely not normal, is quite common and getting more and more prevalent. But don’t hide […]

The Un-Squatty Potty

My mom lives in a community designed for people age 55 and older. We love going to visit her because the area is packed with activities the children can do from swimming, to pickleball, to golf. There’s a fun playground on the property along with walking trails, lakes for fishing, and some sort of celebration […]

When my middle child was younger, I used to call her midday sleeps “napples.” You know, a little nibble of a nap? (We clearly do not beget sleepers in this house.) As the summer comes to a close and I am full-time 100% mommy over the next few weeks, my time to blog will be […]

Explore More : June 6th

Thanks so much for your amazing response to yesterday’s post on social media triggers. I love what everyone shared through comments, Facebook, texts, and emails. We’ll revisit the theme next week, but feel free to continue to discuss here and on (ironically enough) social media. I haven’t nagged you guys to hang enough lately. For […]

I despise road trips. DESPISE them. Why? Oh let me count the ways: As an absolute freak about alignment and how I position my body, I obsess about the awful ways my body is crunched in the car. I get motion sick easily. I mean, like, on elevators. I’ve had the paramedics called on me […]

Explore More : March 28th

It’s baseball season and I’m a whiner. My son plays in the neighborhood league, where they warn you that failure to participate will mean you won’t be a part of the league next year. And participate? Well, that means two practices and two games per week. Did I mention he’s six? I prioritize family dinners, […]

This week’s art installment comes courtesy of my five-year old, M. These are my kind of snowflakes because I can enjoy without any of the side effects that cold weather brings. Surely I am not the only one feeling like she needs to unfurl her body after cold, icy, snowy, or illness-filled days? My friends in […]

For my second ferments of kombucha, I use containers I’ve accumulated over the years.  Mason jars, nut butter jars, and this bottle.  I got it in Florida at a fun smoothie stop on 30A, but every time I drink from it, I feel so illicit. #kombuchaflask If you read my blog much, you know I […]

Remember that time I stalked Katy Bowman at the Ancestral Health Symposium 2013? Because she was in Atlanta?  And this happened? Katy is my movement guru.  Her approach is firmly grounded in science, and yet refreshingly free from the burdens that often make science … how to say it? …. a tad unwieldy? Namely, she […]

My five-year-old daughter is taking dance this year. She takes thirty minutes of ballet and thirty minutes of “theater jazz” one day a week. She’s in class with four of her besties, and she is as happy as a clam about it all.  As for me, I am glad that while she takes a full hour […]