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Women in Wellness Q&A | Krissy Ruddy

In this world, where life is fast and furious and sometimes tough, there’s nothing more important than intimate and authentic connections with a loving community of sisters. This monthly Q&A series is all about sharing some of my favorite women in wellness and how they shape, shift and uplift others to live life more fully. This month, I’m welcoming Krissy Ruddy to the blog. Krissy and I met at Spirit Weaver’s …

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Recipe Box: Cucumber Basil Chia Fresca

Summer is here. I arrived home from spending two weeks in the Redwoods teaching at Spirit Weavers Gathering. I camped in the forest and slept under the stars, taking opportunity to disconnect from technology for a moment and reconnect with the amazing community that travels far and wide to be together for this sacred time. Each year, it feels more and more like coming home to a family. Amongst …

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Travel Healthy | San Francisco Guide

To give you a truly “complete” guide of San Francisco may be a near impossible feat or might require me to live a decade in the city to uncover all the culinary gems and underground spots to explore. Until that happens, I’ve been visiting the city enough in the past few years to have established my tried-and-true favorite spots I hit every time I go for a quick visit.

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Recipe Box: Vegetable Pho


Quest Food (n.) ‘kwest-ˈfüd : a dish so spectacularly satisfying to your taste buds you spend a lifetime searching for the perfect version of this meal wherever you travel; an endless pursuit for perfection of your desired dish. Example: “Phô is my personal quest food.” 

I love pho. I also love vegetables. And I’ve spent the better half of my life as a vegetarian…so what’s a girl to do when one of …

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Kitchen Apothecary: Sleep Rituals + Anima Mundi Apothecary Giveaway!

In our modern world, sleep is completely undervalued. We live in this fast-paced culture where we push ourselves day in and out, running our bodies and minds into the ground without recognizing the physical and emotional affects of chronic fatigue. Dr. Claudia Welch has a great anecdote about this very thing. She says, “When we’re hungry – we eat, when we’re thirsty – we drink, when we’re …

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