for kinda hippie, kinda witchy, sort of spiritual humans. In March I made a “kinda hippie, kinda witchy” book list, and as we’re nearing the end of the year, I’m updating it here! Btw, this post has affiliate links for these books. If you click on them and then purchase the book I get a […]
Writing things out is one of the ways I process things and so I’ve created a list of 50+ journal prompts for healing and self-discovery. Feel free to save these and print for your personal use! What are some of my favorite holiday traditions? What new traditions do I want to make? How can I […]
yes, I’m talking about caring for yourself first because you can’t save anyone else if you’re drowning. Facts. So if you’re not open to self-care, then you might want to skip this article because it’s all about how to create a self-care routine using what I see as the six foundations of self-care.
How do you know if you’re spending too much time inside? For starters, how much time do you spend outside? If it’s less than 20 minutes a day, then you may be spending too much time inside. Frequent sickness, moodiness, anxiety, restlessness, muscle weakness, difficulty sleeping, changes in appetite, and fatigue are all signs of spending too much time indoors as well. Who knew?
when I learned about palo santo over a year ago I read that it is harvested from naturally dead trees or limbs making this a sustainable alternative to white sage. To have the greatest effect, sticks should be made from trees that have been dead at least 4-10 years.
Now fast forward to a year+ later I’ve been seeing posts sharing concerns over people using palo santo–