I am currently flying the friendly skies en route to Portland for my first event of the book tour.Since it’s in the air that I do my best crying, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to share some gratitude from launch week, and ... Continue Reading about The Wellness Project Book is Here!
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It’s happening, folks...I’m officially taking my healthy hedonism show on the ROAD!Planning this cross-country extravaganza has truly been one of the most exciting parts of launching The Wellness Project. Your emails and comments the last ... Continue Reading about The Wellness Project: Book Tour!
Most illness tales follow a familiar arc.They start with mysterious symptoms. They continue with misdiagnoses, doctors’ indifference, and rock bottom bodily collapses. The climax often involves a diagnosis that someone in the medical ... Continue Reading about My Hashimoto’s Story, Soup to Brazil Nuts
A month ago, on Valentine’s Day to be exact, I walked into my publisher’s office for a meeting and was greeted by a stack of white paperbacks with my name on the spine.I quickly inhaled a big belly breath like they taught me to do in yoga ... Continue Reading about A Sneak Peak of The Wellness Project Book! (Plus Pre-Order Swag…)
Two years ago today, I decided to give resolutions the boot and take on a different type of health odyssey.The failure rate for the annual promises we make ourselves is high (92 percent!), with the biggest drop-off date hitting just around ... Continue Reading about How to Design your own Wellness Project: A Guide
Last year, I decided to make some radical changes to the way I approached my health. After years of living with autoimmune disease and feeling like I was flailing, oscillating from the extremes of wellness fads, to the confusion that made me want to ... Continue Reading about The Wellness Project: A 6 Month Update
There were some benefits to writing a book about my wellness challenges in tandem with actually doing them. One of them being: I couldn’t procrastinate. I feverishly recorded my experiences in real time, and wrote shorter recaps of them right here. ... Continue Reading about What I Learned from My Year of Wellness + How to Apply it to Your Life in 2016
As an only child with no coworkers, I’m no stranger to “me time.”Even with long days alone at the office, it’s still something I need to reset. After the holiday party haul or a wedding weekend away, I’ll find myself craving several nights of ... Continue Reading about What I Learned from My Month of Meditating and Perfecting My Mornings