What I Wish I Had Known Before Having My First Baby

What I Wish I Had Known Before Having My First Baby

When my husband and I were expecting our first baby, I vividly remember going to the local bookstore to dive into the pregnancy books to learn all about this strange thing called pregnancy.  A few months later,  I had that little panicked feeling inside that said 'Wait!  We are going to have a BABY! Forget pregnancy, how am I going to take care of a tiny human?'.

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Tummy-Friendly Smoothies

Tummy-Friendly Smoothies

For people with digestive disorders or inflammatory bowel diseases, digestion-friendly smoothies can be incredibly helpful.  It is estimated that between 60 to 70 million people in the U.S. are affected by all digestive diseases.  Often, people are given pharmaceuticals to aid in alleviating these issues.  Though what we eat, can either help or hinder our efforts to regain a healthy gut.  That's where digestion-friendly smoothies can come in.

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Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Pain

So here is a story that has been replayed many times over.  A woman goes to her doctor and finally gets up the courage to tell them that intimacy with her significant other is not exactly comfortable.  In fact, it actually hurts.  Unfortunately, said doctor is not versed in this issue and decides to hand the patient a business card of a local therapist… the kind that are trained in helping us work through psychological issues.

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You Are Not Alone... A 2.7 Billion Dollar Industry Says So.

You Are Not Alone... A 2.7 Billion Dollar Industry Says So.

This is an open letter to all of you gals.  To my friends, my family, and everyone else.  In this crazy life journey, we have all experienced our share of challenges, trials, and bummer moments.  Some things we publicly post on social media to complain to our friends and maybe get a little sympathy or acknowledgements of a shared hardship.  Other things, we keep to ourselves.

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