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How do you do self-care?

How do you do self-care?

When you think of self-care, do you think of manis, pedis and massages? If so, I get it. But that’s just part of it. I break self-care into buckets, one being emotional self-care – taking care of your emotional health. Acts of self-care in this bucket include:...

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Em’s transformation to getting pregnant

Em’s transformation to getting pregnant

I have been working with an amazing client, Em. She was diagnosed with PCOS and had been trying for two years to get pregnant. In her words, trying to conceive had become obsessive. She was doing too much. It’s been wonderful to watch her transform as she has gone...

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Mothering Yourself

Mothering Yourself

I’ve had lots of conversations this week with women who are trying to conceive. And each of their journeys is as unique as they are. A common thread, however, was Mother’s Day, and whether they were going to celebrate the mother or mother-figure in their lives (not...

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Pregnancy After Infertility

Pregnancy After Infertility

I had a call with one of my clients who is well into her second trimester. She came to work with me after failed fertility treatment cycles and multiple miscarriages and she got pregnant naturally, which was her dream. She would love nothing more than to feel excited...

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What’s Your Why?

What’s Your Why?

What's your “why”? Why do you want to change your diet? To be in the best shape to have a baby? To boost egg quality? To make sure you're doing all you can to optimize your next fertility treatment cycle? Once you determine your why, you'll be more focused. I...

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I’ve challenged myself to a 30-day reset

I’ve challenged myself to a 30-day reset

This past month I’ve been feeling pretty down. I’m so over the cold weather and not enough sun. I’ve been really missing my sweet dog, Evie, who died at the end of October. I miss my friends and family who I haven’t seen in a year. I’m worried about the COVID variants...

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When fertility treatment didn’t go as planned

When fertility treatment didn’t go as planned

I know first-hand the sadness and disappointment you may be feeling after a failed fertility treatment cycle. I would have loved to have had someone help me navigate those uncertain times. Here’s what I’ve learned. First, it’s so important to grieve the loss you are...

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