Category Archives: Health & Wellness

Let Go of Health Perfectionism

This post may contain affiliate links. It does not cost you anything and helps maintain the free information on this site, as well as answer the questions of “what brand do you use?” Please know I never personally recommend any product or service I wouldn’t use on my own family. A few years ago, when […]

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5 Easy Tips for Staying Hydrated (plus some hydration facts!)

It’s summertime and that means people are going to be spending a lot more time outdoors, sweating, and becoming dehydrated. It’s important to not only stay hydrated, but to know HOW and WHY to stay hydrated. Proper hydration is important no matter the time of year, but during the summer it tends to be of […]

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Healing Hashimoto’s Disease {Free Summit This Week Only!}

A couple weeks ago, I opened up and wrote about how my Hashimoto’s diagnosis was actually a blessing in disguise. It might seem funny to consider a chronic illness diagnosis to be a blessing, but I’m sure you will understand why I say that when you read that post here. Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis is one of the […]

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The VH Podcast, Episode 36: Happy 1 Year Anniversary!

Today is a celebration episode and we are so excited to have you join us! We just celebrated our 1 year anniversary of this podcast and are thrilled with how far we have come. We want to take some time to reflect back on the past year and give you an update on where we’re going in […]

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My Non-Negotiable Daily Health Habit + a Limited Time Offer!

Today I want to talk about one of the most important aspects of healing your body. SLEEP. And, sleep is also one of the most important aspects of maintaining optimal health. So, regardless of whether you are in the process of healing from chronic illness OR just cruising along with good health, sleep needs to […]

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Why I Have a Health Team (and Why You Should Too)

One thing that I have discovered during my healing journey is that it is rare that you will find one single practitioner who can work with you in every area that you might need help in. That is why I personally have what I consider my “health team,” where I work with a variety of […]

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