The temperature dropped to a cool 73 degrees last week and I gave myself permission to wear my UGGS. My Dad would not be proud. In fact, he might make fun of me and call me a poser and tell me that I am a true Californian after all. When you grow up in Idaho, … Continue reading Golden Milk
I saw an Ayurvedic Practitioner about 5 or 6 years ago and she told me that I needed to establish a morning routine. Not just any morning routine, she said, but a very specific Ayurvedic routine that was promised to have me feeling like a morning bird in no time. I've been around long enough to … Continue reading GLO Boss Morning
My wellness journey started about 15 years ago. I've had many ebbs and flows through it all. Sometimes I'm on top of all things good for me and sometimes I enjoy a milkshake or two (or 3...). One thing that I have learned through it all is that you have to have balance annnnnd to … Continue reading Naturally Smelly Pits
When I was thinking of a name for my blog, I wanted it to be something that embodied me to the core. At that time I was on a fierce path to health and natural wellness and I was knee-deep in some really good info that I felt I had to share. I noticed that … Continue reading 10 Essentials for a GLOing Life
About 5 years ago I signed up for a course that Oprah was hosting. In the course, the first exercise was to picture something that I wanted in my life. Could be a situation, a job, an activity, whatever. I was asked to get VERY specific about the details. I sat down on the living … Continue reading Manifest Destiny
October is slipping away from me and before we know it, we'll be sliding into the holidays. Before this month leaves us, I wanted to spend some time on breast cancer awareness. In 2014 an amazing nurse practitioner felt a suspicious spot on my right breast. She felt like it was something I needed to … Continue reading Boobies
You know when something keeps popping up and by the third or fourth time you hear it-see it-experience it you start paying attention (hopefully)? That happened to me recently. I keep hearing how we should stop using the word "just" when we are describing ourselves & our accomplishments. I'm just a mom. I'm just a … Continue reading Just.