easing the transition to fall

As the rain aggressively fell outside my second story window, I was reminded of the small joys inspired by the season of fall in the Pacific Northwest. The crisp air in the early morning, the colorful change on the trees, and the pumpkin spice aroma wafting about brings with it a delightful memory of theContinue reading “easing the transition to fall”

understanding the basic energies we are made up of

Ayurvedic medicine is a natural remedy that I prescribe to. After years of relying on western medicine, I have shifted my truth to a science that dives deep and locates the root of issues when we experience discomfort, pain, illness, or disease. Put down your prescription pad and get out your notepad. Ayurvedic medicine recognizesContinue reading “understanding the basic energies we are made up of”

mindfulness

I’ve been thinking, talking, and writing a lot about “being present” as it is, more than ever, a reoccurring theme in my life. Fall is this natural time of “airiness” with the wind swirling and leaves falling we feel a sense of movement. Any time we experience movement, it has the ability to uproot us,Continue reading “mindfulness”