“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.  It turns what we have into enough, and more.  It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion to clarity.  It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.”
~Melody Beattie

Thanksgiving is a holiday about gratitude, giving thanks. It’s a special time to be thankful for our families, beloved friends, special events, amazing communities, and all the gifts of life that we are lucky enough to have.

Is it only around this time of year that you reflect on what you are grateful for?  What if you brought gratitude into every one of your days?

It may be the most simple and effortless habit for living a happier life. To just take a few minutes every day to focus on what you already have and what you can be grateful for in your life.  When I started bringing gratitude into my daily routine, I quickly noticed a difference in my overall wellbeing. How you do this is up to you.  It may be a gratitude list, recited in your head or written in the pages of your journal.  Possibly part of your meditation.  Or perhaps discussing what you are grateful for with a loved one(s) each day.  Again, it is your choice in how you choose to do this. 

Gratitude in itself is a choice.

It is an amazing habit to cultivate, that demands very little but gives much back.

So here is my challenge to you my friends.  Take some time today to come up with a gratitude list.  If it doesn’t come naturally, don’t let that stop you from still giving thanks.  There is so much to be grateful for.  Slow yourself and it will come.

And in case you were wondering, here are somethings I am grateful for today:

  1. I am grateful for my health.  I never realized how grateful until I lost it a few years back during my battle with Lyme.  I have regained my health and I see things from a very different view.  I am feeling more strong and vibrant than ever before.
  2. I am grateful for my husband, Sal.  Who has always been by my side, always supporting me and lifting me up.I am grateful for my two beautiful, energetic, kind boys, Charlie and Jack.They would cringe if they knew I called them beautiful, lol!  They are in many ways, my teachers.
  3. I am grateful for the beautiful community in which I live.
  4. I am grateful for my work.  I never could have imagined how rewarding it would be.
  5. I am grateful for my body.  Something I took for granted when my health took a detour.  I have a very different body now, one that I am now in full acceptance of and love.  I have learned to listen to my body and we are friends again.
  6. I am grateful for the unconditional love from my sweet pup, Tucker.
  7. I am grateful for books and podcasts.  I truly love them so. 
  8. I am grateful for my sisters. I have none by blood.  But that doesn’t mean anything.  So thankful for the connection and support.
  9. Lastly, I am grateful for my connection with the Universe, God, a higher power (all used interchangeably), for the guidance, support and grace you give me.

What’s on your gratitude list?  

With so much love + gratitude,


Staying Sane and Healthy Through the Holidays


Can you even believe that it is November?!  The holiday season is nipping at our heals. Thanksgiving is next week... yes, next week!

When you think of the holidays how does it make you feel?

Does the stress of family gatherings and frantic gift shopping make you want to face plant into a bowl of mashed potatoes and not come out until New Year’s?

We all know that the holidays can be taxing to our health.  Both physically and emotionally. The holiday season tends to be the busiest, sometimes chaotic, most joyous, and yummiest time of year. Does the thought of all of this have you feeling exhausted and overwhelmed before they have even begun?  Are you finding yourself already worrying about the endless parade of treats and people that can leave you feeling tired, maybe a bit bloated and just flat out crappy? Are you wondering when you are going to have time for you? It’s important to remember, this is supposed to be a time for enjoying family, friends, food, drink and celebrations.  Connection, togetherness and compassion for self.

What if you had a simple plan to take away the worry?  What if you could navigate the season without overwhelm, without feeling sluggish and without the feeling of being totally stressing out?

I am starting a four-week group program “Stay Sane & Healthy Through the Holidays.”  It begins the week of 11/27/17(day and time TBD).  This will provide you with everything you need to make your health a priority this holiday season, regardless of the holiday rush, how many pies cross your path and the family gatherings that may be a little let’s say...triggering.

I will provide you with support, motivation, healthy alternatives, tips for keeping your sanity during the holidays, tools and strategies that teach you when and how to say no thank you to food, AND how to say yes, please and actually enjoy your indulgence, guilt-free.  All of which will help you thrive through the holiday season.

Each week will be paired with a different doTERRA essential oil or oil blend to support you. I will send samples of these out to you.

This is a no worrying plan for navigating the holidays without deprivation or over-indulgence. And most importantly a whole lot of self-care.

Think about how it would feel to go through the holidays feeling centered and joyful rather than dragging through them and feeling like shit.

You can have a healthy, happy, energetic holiday season even if you:
Are trying to wrangle your family together, juggling all your daily responsibilities AND getting ready for a huge family feast
Work a corporate 9-5
Feel like you can never say no to people or holiday treats
Have been so good at taking care of you and are afraid that the holiday hoopla is going to knock you off the tracks?

Each week we will meet via Zoom for one hour (day and time TBD). All sessions will be recorded and emailed to you along with an ongoing journal after each session.

The investment in this gift to yourself is $497. Space is limited. Please email me to reserve your spot or with questions at

Cheers to a Happy & Healthy Holiday Season!


Take Care of Yourself This Holiday Season


And just like that, Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away with Christmas on its tail!

My list has started.  We have been hosting Thanksgiving (with the exception of one year) since 1999.  I have a very different approach going into the holidays the past few years.  Thinking back, I would put myself in a frenzy to get ready for the holidays.  Everything had to be just right for this perfectionist over here. Now recovering ;) All of these emotions were taking away from the whole experience. Taking away from what the holidays are all about.

The good news is that we always have a choice. Always. We can change the way we approach the holidays and make sure we are taking care of ourselves.  Since committing to this new approach, it has allowed me to take care of loved ones, that includes myself.  I have learned how by tending to my own light, we will light up the world around us.

I want you to think about this…

There is only one constant in your life.  From the time you say hello world at your arrival to the time you leave.  That is you.  Yourself. You are the only person on your journey. People and things will come and go, but you remain. As you experience changes and new situations, you make millions of choices on how to react, and on how you to choose to move forward and what you take away from these experiences. I am responsible for being in my best physical, spiritual and emotional health.  

Ever since my wake up call, that being Lyme disease, self-care has been a non-negotiable for me.  It has been one of my most important values. I quickly come to notice that when I don’t take care of myself, every other area of my life takes a hit.

It’s fairly common to feel that self-care shouldn’t be a priority, that it is selfish.  I run into this with my clients often.  It just takes a willingness to give it a try, and should you start dabbling (which I highly recommend), I hope you experience what I have.  Self-care is one of the most important practices that can be implemented into a person’s life.  It will transform you and the world around you.

I think it’s safe to say that most of us wish that the world had more love, connection and giving.  Now more than ever!  So, my friends, I encourage you to start bringing those into your own life.  Your light connects beyond you.

If what you have read so far resonates with you and you are thinking you would like to give this self-care thing a try, but how do you begin?  For me, I define self-care as giving myself permission to do anything that is focused on me,  My mind, body and spirit.  There is no one answer for what self-care can look like.  It’s is highly personal to what you need at that moment.  It can be as simple as getting a good night’s sleep or saying no to things we really don’t want to do, nourishing our bodies with the foods that are right for us.

If you are looking for a little inspo on self-care habits, head on over to for a  self-care checklist.

I have also shared a few of my favorites below.  Choose what feels right for you.

Getting out in nature
Using my essential oils
Connection with friends
Practicing gratitude

You have all the answers you need within you that will help you nurture yourself.  Slow down, listen, tune in.  Ask yourself what you need in this very moment.

Here are some helpful questions that you can ask yourself:

What am I feeling right now?
What foods are going to give me energy rather take it away?
What is my body telling me?
Where in my body am I feeling stress, sadness or pain?
What would nurture my physical, emotional and spiritual health?

You will start to feel out what is right for you. When you practice self-care, you are also practicing self-compassion. As you give compassion to yourself, you are in turn offering compassion to others.

During the holidays, we are so quick to give our time and energy that we tend to end up feeling completely depleted afterwards. As you go through this holiday season, make time to check in with yourself.  Have you done something for yourself today?  One thing I like to do is set little reminders on my phone to prompt me to do so in the event that I haven’t.  

Practicing self-care on the daily has been a game changer for me.  It is empowering to be able to make small daily choices that have positive ripple effects through my life.  I know my family feels it.

As we move into the holiday season, choose you.  So you can strengthen your light and use it to shine on the world around you.

Much love~



Are You Listening?


The question “how did you do it?”  “How did you get better?” These questions have come up in many conversations lately.  So much so, I decided to write about it.

This is for the woman who is stuck in that place of WTF.  How did it get to this point?  Why is this happening to me?  Is this what my life is going to be like from here on out? Am I always going to feel so crappy? For the woman who is on her own personal wellness journey.  All of these questions were front and center for me at the beginning. All are fairly normal as well.  We go through a range of emotions when something painful or traumatic happens in our life.

I am going to share a little bit about how I answered the women who asked me these very questions over the past few weeks.

It all started to shift when I started listening.  Listening to my body.

Let me start by saying that being under the care of your physician and other health/wellness practitioners is a very important part of this puzzle. With that said, so much comes back to the question, “are you listening?”  Our bodies are sending us messages 24-7.  So many of us have forgotten how to listen or simply don’t take the time.  Deep down you know what is best for you and trusting that, trusting your intuition is key.

When I allowed myself to slow down and open up to what was true for me, I learned how to follow my inner voice and intuition.  I soon came to realize that it was me that knew my body best.  Not my doctor, or my wellness team.  Me.  

A huge part of my healing journey was going inward and listening to how my body felt throughout the day, which in and of itself was a HUGE challenge for me.  But like anything new, I practiced and over time it just became part of what I did. Full confession, I am a bit of a control freak and this required a whole lot of surrender.  Not only surrender in the sense of slowing down, but surrendering my anger, my grief, all the emotions that I was holding onto since getting diagnosed with Lyme. This is when I really started taking good loving care of myself, inside and out.  Because if we are not giving ourselves proper nourishment and self-care, we are not able to heal emotionally.  And vise versa, when we are not nourishing ourselves emotionally and being gentle with ourselves, we are not able to take good care of ourselves. So in turn, how can we expect our bodies to heal?

At first, I thought, “ok, I will follow my doctor's orders, take my medications and supplements, and eat healthy and everything will start to fall into place.”  Well, let's just say that didn’t work out too well.

I ask you, are you pushing your body to the point where it is starting to say no? Take a moment to think about this.  Be honest.  Perhaps it is starting to fail you in ways.  Many of the women I work with are in this very position. I am so grateful that I get to do this work with women who are struggling with challenges in their health and lives. They are, after all, a former version of me.  Here’s the thing, while I do provide a system of support and accountability, I give them tools to find what’s right for them. Truth be told, I can only take them as far as they are willing to go. It is up to them to do the internal work. I am there to lovingly guide and support them, but it’s up to them, to you, to do the work.

We do have the power within us to heal our own lives.  When we flow with life, rather than fight it, we start to bloom inside and out.  I think true wellness is about finding balance and taking care of ourselves on the inside and outside.  It has taken me years to get to where I am today, and I still have a lot to learn.  So, do not put pressure on yourself to turn things around overnight.

It is also very important to remember that this is not a one size fits all situation. There is no one diet, no one self-care practice that works for everyone. We are all very, very different. It's finding what works for you. I have mentioned it before, my experience in healing from Lyme has been my greatest teacher. My own personal journey has lead me to re-discover me.  And in doing so has allowed me to heal.  

It is about trusting the process, even in the most painful situations. True healing, no matter what you are healing from is a mind, body, spirit approach that includes nourishing food, self-care, breath work, relaxation, meditation, and a huge dose of self-love.

I share my stories with you in hopes that they are inspiring to any of you who are going through your own journeys of wellness and self-discovery.

Lots of love,


Essential Oil Basics

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As most of you probably know, essential oils are a big part of my life. I use doTERRA essential oils on the daily for myself and my family. I also love sharing them with others and educating people on how they can incorporate these oils into their lives.

My intentions with my blog are to share information on all things health, wellness, and lifestyle. All while weaving in my personal experiences when applicable.

I seem to have fallen into a pattern of sharing essential oil information in my blog once each month. I like it, so I am sticking with it.

So, with that said, I am going back to basics. Essential oils are all the talk these days. Perhaps you are curious. Maybe you recently purchased some oils and don’t know where to start. Or maybe you have some and they are collecting dust somewhere in your house. Then, of course, there is always the possibility that you may just learn something new with the information that I share with you below.

Let’s start from the beginning.  

What is an essential oil?

Essential oils are pure, liquid extracts that are steam-released or pressed from plants. They have therapeutic properties that support an individual's wellness and soothe many concerns. They are 100% plant derived with no additional processing, preservatives or other ingredients.

How can you use essential oils?

There are three different ways you can use them.

1.    Aromatically - breathe them in.

Use oils in a diffuser or inhale deeply from an open bottle.         

  •  Calm emotional upset
  • Boost mood and energy
  •  Open airways
  •  Purify the air and fight airborne germs
  •  Promote a restful sleep

2.    Topically-on your skin.

  • Apply to area of concern or the bottoms of feet.  
  • Soothe tired muscles
  • Calm skin irritation
  • Support immune system
  • Ease joint discomfort

3.    Ingest - in food or water

Essential oils marked with a “supplement facts” box are for dietary use. Add a drop to a glass of water, an empty capsule, or to your food.

  • Support immune system  
  • Add to flavor food/beverage
  • Ease digestive distress
  • Cleansing properties

There are many essential oils, but since I am focusing on the basics here, I wanted to share with you my favorite uses for three of the most common essential oils which are lavender, lemon, and peppermint.

This oil is great for all things calming.  That includes mental, emotional, and physical.

  • Promotes a good night’s sleep. Add a few drops to your pillows, bedding, and/or the bottoms of your feet at bedtime
  • Calms emotions, reduces anxious feelings
  • Soothes skin irritations
  • Add a couple drops to an Epsom salt bath to promote relaxation

Cleansing, purifying, and invigorating.  Lemon is one of the most versatile oils.  It has multiple benefits and uses.  

  • Add lemon to a spray bottle of water to clean countertops and other surfaces.  It is also the bomb at removing gum or sticky residue from surfaces (i.e. the annoying sticker residue you can’t get off something after you buy it)
  • Diffuse to boost your mood and freshen your home
  • Take internally to assist with seasonal respiratory discomfort (glass, metal, or ceramic only).  Lemon also naturally cleanses the body
  • Add flavor.  Add a drop to your water, smoothie, or salad dressing. 

Digestive support and energizing.

  • Eases digestive upset.  Apply drop directly to stomach or ingest in glass of water
  • Opens airways
  • Great for a midday pick me up!  Aromatically or topically.
  • Supercooling and great to use when you are overheated

How much should you use?

Essential oils are super concentrated, a little goes a long way, I repeat...a little goes a long way.  Just a drop or two is usually enough for topical and dietary use.

There are many reasons to love essential oils.  A few being that they are a safe, natural alternative to chemical products. They offer a simple solution for supporting your health right in your own home. They offer incredible benefits for energy, vitality, clarity, calm, and spiritual up-liftment. 

To sum it all up - they can contribute to your overall health and wellbeing.

If you are interested in learning more about essential oils and or have any questions please head on over to


I had all intentions of sending something completely different out this week


I had all intentions of sending something completely different out this week. It wasn’t feeling right, so I started over.

The content that I share with all of you is a combination of health, wellness + lifestyle.  I also weave in my story and my experiences in hopes that they will speak to you, resonate with you and perhaps offer you some comfort and guidance.

So here is what I have for you my friends...

The past few weeks have been tough. Feeling all the feels.

Death, grieving the loss, trying to help my kid through something when it doesn’t make sense to even me, the hurricanes, and those that I love who have been affected by them, to the awful tragedy that just took place in Las Vegas.  Woah.  

In life, there is going to be struggle, disappointments, challenges, setbacks, and dark days.  It’s inevitable.  In order to get through such things I maintain and generate hope and gratitude.

There have been tears, anger, listening, honoring, and getting quiet.  During these times, I turn to my little toolbox, as I like to call it, and pull things out to help me manage (I have shared the contents of my “toolbox” in previous blogs). This of course is not always easy when struck with a blow, but nonetheless...they are a tremendous help.

I felt the need to speak to these latest events.  I typically don’t share on such things, but it has been weighing on me. My intention is that I when I share my personal experiences with all of you it includes the good, the bad and the ugly. Real life.

It is in times like these when the world erupts in sadness, when things can not be explained that we can sometimes feel as though we have no power and are left feeling hopeless. It is important to give ourselves time to process and grieve. It is also important to remember this, this is the time for us to come together, to rise up, to show up.  We are a force of good and love.  

Now more than ever, please don’t forget the softness of self care on hard days.  

“When life is sweet, say thank you + celebrate.
When life is bitter, say thank you + grow."

All love,


My First Client


I was recently asked if I remembered my first client.  “Of course, I do” I thought to myself.  This was my immediate response.  In my mind’s eye I pictured her, our sessions together...and then the question, do you remember your first client played in my head again.  And then it hit me, my first client

Indeed I was.  I didn’t know this at the time and I actually never realized it until I was asked the question.  Smart clever lady.  She knew, what I wasn’t able to see yet. 

I go back to May 2014 when the world as I knew it was turned upside down.  I was sick, so so sick.  Yes, sick with Lyme disease, but more than that.  My whole being was sick, my mind, body and spirit.  I was in crisis.

For a while, I was a passenger on the “how and why is this happening to me train.”  I let my anger consume me for a time.  I felt hopeless and powerless.  Just as so many women do when they first come to work with me.

I don’t remember the exact day, but I can still conjure up the feelings and emotions of when I decided that my illness was not going to take me down.  It was not going to define me. That the go, go, go, ‘running on empty’ life needed to change.  What was happening to me was an opportunity for me to learn, grown, dig deep, get fucking uncomfortable and examine all areas of my life.  An invitation to make some big changes, an invitation which I gladly accepted.

I did not know then that I was my first client.  All I knew was that it was going to take more than a pill, tincture, some energy work, my essential oils or doctor (yes, they were all very much a part of my healing process) to help me get better. 

And so it began.  Small steps and actions in my daily routines.  Sometimes so painstakingly small, my patience or lack thereof got the best of me.  But nonetheless, I stayed the course.  Shifts in my mindset, developing tools and strategies to aid me.  Learning new things, educating myself.  Nourishing myself, my whole self: mind, body and spirit. All of these things combined were helping me, changing me, bringing me back to life.

I was a passenger on a new train now, and in many ways, I think I will always be.  With stops along the way of course. The difference is that they are stops of my choosing and then full steam ahead!

It wasn’t easy, not at all.  There is no quick fix. No magic pill. This is what I tell my clients.  I can’t do the work for them. You have to be committed to taking steps towards the changes you are seeking.  You have to truly want this for yourself.

Perhaps you are not suffering from the same illness as I was, but living with some other chronic condition.  Or maybe you have no illness at all, and you are just tired, tapped out, no gas left in the tank, you are running on fumes, no sense of self, forgotten who you are and how to love and take care of yourself. Sound familiar?  I have experienced what you are experiencing. I feel you, sister.  I have been there.

I didn’t realize what I was doing back when I decided to turn things around. When I in a sense became my own healer. I got pretty far on my own, but I reached a point where I needed to call in some help.  Help outside of my family and friends.

So, I hired a coach.

I have learned so much on this journey of mine. One take-away is to ask for help.  Invest in the help you need.  Invest in you.  It’s the best gift I ever gave myself.  I am now living a life I could never have imagined for myself.  It’s not all sunshine + rainbows.  We are talking real life here, people. Shit happens, life happens.  The difference now is the freaking amazing toolbox I have to help me along the way.

So, the next time I am asked the question “do you remember your first client?” Hell yes I do, that would be me!  I am a success story.  I am proud to make that statement.  It feels so damn good.

I did it and so can you, that is if you want to.  If you really, really want to. Are you ready to turn things around?  Would you like a toolbox of your own?  Everyone’s is different.  I’ve got you girl, every step of the way.  Take one step towards reclaiming your health, your life, YOU.

Let’s have a little chat.

Be well,

The Signs and Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue


For most people, tiredness and stress are just part of modern-day life.  They don’t typically require a visit to the doctor’s office...or do they?

Long before I received my Lyme diagnosis, I was suffering from adrenal fatigue which eventually lead to burnout. I didn’t pay much attention, I just pushed through. There were times when that little voice inside my head said “Slow down girl, this is not good for you. You are running yourself into the ground.” Perhaps I would hit the pause button from time to time but it didn’t last long. The sad fact is that many people struggle with adrenal fatigue for years before waking up and realizing that this is becoming a problem.

I think there are many people who think it can be easily fixed with a few days of rest. Unfortunately, this idea of easily managed stress couldn’t be further from the truth.  The fact is that modern-day life leaves us all wide open to the possibility of burnout.  The thing is, much like a former version of myself, we’re so busy ‘keeping calm and carrying on’ that burnout can hit you when you least expect it.  It took me getting sick with Lyme disease to really commit to healing my adrenals.  Stress was making me sick.  It’s a fact, our bodies cannot heal in a stressed state.

It’s when you realize you no longer have what it takes to continue on in the perpetual state of ‘fight or flight’ or manage your cortisol levels. Cortisol, aka the ‘stress hormone’ influences and regulates many of the changes in the body that occur in response to stress.

So the question is, how much longer are you going to continue on like this? 

Here are some of the most common ways to know when it’s time to wake up and start paying attention to your health.  Is it time for you to give your adrenals a little love?

1. Chronic Fatigue
No surprise here, right?  It’s pretty obvious that this is a symptom, but it is amazing how many people can carry on with their daily lives believing that a constant lack of energy is ‘the norm’, it’s ‘just the way it is.’  How many people do you know that hop right out of bed in the morning?

It may sound crazy to you, but you are actually supposed to feel refreshed when you wake up.  If you are constantly hitting the snooze button on your alarm and dragging yourself out of bed every day, don’t ignore it.  This could be due to the cortisol roller coaster ride that may be occurring in your body and the reason you have your foggy morning brain and lack of energy to face the day.  

2. Anger Issues
We all feel like losing our shit from time to time.  But if you are finding that you are having these feelings on a regular basis, then it’s likely there is something deeper going on.

This was a big one for me.  My poor kids and husband often took the brunt of it.  It was something that I simply could not control for some time. It makes me sad thinking about it.

When your adrenals are being taxed, your body isn’t in the best shape to handle the everyday tasks that most people take for granted.  One of the effects of a lack of energy is that you can easily feel overwhelmed by everyday tasks. At first, you may feel irritable and tense.  As time goes on, this can turn into feelings of anger or resentment at the expectations being placed upon you.

Breathing exercises, meditation and mindfulness can help, but it is not wise to ignore your feelings. Suppressing your anger and not dealing with your emotions are getting the better of you is a sure fire way to win your burnout badge.  

If you find that everyday chores like shopping are just too much for you to handle and you are easily overwhelmed, it’s time to take stock of your health, my friend.  Time to make your wellbeing a priority.

3. Your weight is becoming an issue
Are you someone who never used to worry about your weight, but lately you are finding it hard to keep off the pounds? Studies have shown that people who don’t get enough sleep consume more calories than they would if they had adequate rest.  This is because sleep deprivation leads to increases levels of ghrelin (the hormone that tells your body to eat).  If your weight and cravings are becoming an issue for you, it may be time to check things out.

4. Forgetfulness
Are you finding that you are unable to concentrate or notice that you are forgetting things?  This may not seem very important and easy to brush off, but don’t be fooled. It’s not normal if this is happening more frequently than just the occasional ‘oops.’ If you are not sleeping well, lacking in energy and are just flat out exhausted, this should big a big ass stop sign giving you the signal that it is time to slow down and give yourself some TLC.  

5. Your relationships are suffering
Symptoms when severe can affect everything from having the energy to meet your friends on time or at all to not being able to function at work. Adrenals are also partly responsible for the production of sex hormones. This can lead to low libido and reduced sex drive. If you don’t feel like socializing and or lack that little spark and enthusiasm when it comes to being intimate, it may be a warning sign. 

6. Poor Immunity
It takes A LOT of energy to be in a constant state of “fight or flight.”  The body quickly becomes run down when the nutrients that it needs are constantly being rerouted into maintaining your onboard alert system.

Stress has a direct impact on your immunity.  When your cortisol is in perfect balance it has an anti-inflammatory effect helping your immune system fight off infections. However, when cortisol levels remain high, your immune system can’t keep up the pace, leaving you wide open to all sorts of illnesses and infections. If you find that you are spending a lot of time fighting off illness and you are sick of being sick, it’s time to get down to the root cause of your poor immunity.  

So my friends, if this sounds all too familiar, perhaps it is time to heed the wake-up call and make a decision to slow down before it is too late. Burnout is happening with alarming frequency in this fast-paced world we are living in.  Between demanding expectations at work, home and elsewhere, we are pushing ourselves past our limit. Sadly, feeling stressed has become the norm.

These glands affect everything from our immune system and thyroid function to hormones and blood sugar regulation.  If left untreated, it can lead to very serious health issues. It is very important to regulate adrenal function for long-term health.  

If you’re suffering from stress and overwhelm, I can help.  If you feel like you are burning out and don’t know where to start, I can help. I hit the wall and crashed and burned. I don’t want the same thing to happen to you.

If you are ready to discover what changes you need to make both internally and externally to bring your body back into a state of harmony and restore adrenal health, I invite you to head on over to to book a free discovery call with me.  

To your health!