Posts tagged womens health
5 Reasons I Love the Moody Month App: Women's Moods, Hormones & Cycles

When Moody Month asked that I test their app I was immediately interested in the benefits it would have for the amazing women I serve. What it intrigued me the most about Moody Month is that it isn’t just another period tracker app. It empowers and informs women about their hormones and how it affects their mood. Watch my IG Story Recap below for my personal experience with Moody Month.

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Feminine Health Part 2: Yoni Pearls, Vaginal Allergies & Looseness, Pregnancy

Welcome to Part II of my Feminine Health series! I answer questions about uterine fibroids, feminine products and body odor over on Part I but if you’re interested in learning more about yoni pearls, whether you can be allergic to your partners sexual make-up, the myth of vaginal ‘looseness’ and if it’s possible to sike yourself out of conceiving- this is the article for you!

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Why Self-Care is a Must for Women + 11 Simple Self-Care Tips

It's time I get real about self-care! I am a huge fan of incorporating self-care into my everyday life. In fact, I took an online quiz that deemed me a "self-care maven" just last week. But a kick-ass self-care routine wasn't always part of my life and even after realizing the important role it plays in my life, I still struggle with incorporating it into my day-to-day sometimes.

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8 Natural Tips for a Balanced Menstrual Cycle

Sneaking to the bathroom as we hide our tampons during our menstrual cycle is the perfect depiction of how women avoid talking about their periods. Not to mention how we refuse to seek help to balance our menstrual cycle when our life- in every sense of the word- depends on it! Today we're throwing all of our reservations out the window and talking eight natural tips for balancing your menstrual cycle.

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Womb Health: 5 Tips To Boost Your Fertility

Right up to the point where you’re ready to start trying for a baby, you’re taught how NOT to get pregnant but your fertility or womb health are never a topic for discussion. You have the fear of God put into you that it only takes one time to become pregnant and it can happen by hugging a man for too long! So you’ve made it to your late 20’s kid free or maybe into your 30’s and all of a sudden, those people who told you not to get pregnant, are now demanding the intimate knowledge of when you’re going to have a baby – remember your clock is ticking.

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