Tag Archive for 'women'

I’ve been a bit AWOL from the blog and social media this week.  My bigs are on Fall Break and I’ve been hanging with them as much as I can. But I still have lots of great stuff for you this week, so let’s go. Katy Bowman offers up a winter version of her popular […]

Last week I promised to share some of the amazingness that was the Ancestral Health Symposium 2013.  My *plan* is to share a little with you every day this week, all the while being aware that the best laid plans often go astray. One of the hottest presentations was delivered Thursday by Will Lassek, M.D. […]

Holy Hormones!

It’s July 2013 and since July 2006, I have been pregnant, nursing or both for all but eight months. Holy hormones! I tend to have the mindset that right now, I am experiencing something unusual and “other” and that once I am done nursing Baby A, then my body can get back to “normal” or […]

Today’s installment of The Caregiver Series combines two of my great passions: caregiving and entrepreneurialism. I first heard about Liz Emery and her business, Liz & Ett, in an article by former CNN anchor Daryn Kagan that ran in my local paper, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  (I couldn’t find the link to the Atlanta version, but this […]

Earlier this week, I posted a link to this article on my personal and blog Facebook feeds.  On my personal Facebook page, I said something about how it makes me want to cry when my friends talk about going on a diet. Turns out, that was a provocative statement.  The piece itself is provocative, I […]

Today I am launching “Explore More” where I send you on a fun little adventure around the internet for interesting, beautiful, exciting, yummy, or otherwise engaging finds I’ve made. Feel free to share your recent explorations in the comments here or on Facebook, or via Twitter. Here we go! Elana Amsterdam of Elana’s Pantry is […]