When I started my wellness journey I didn’t know where to turn for information. I remember going to Barnes and Nobles, looking at the nutrition/self-help books and just feeling lost. At the time I didn’t know there were over 100 dietary theories but as I was thumbing through what seemed like 10,000 books, I quickly learned. Over the years, I’ve read many nutrition and wellness books and so I have a good handle on the one’s that actually provide good,
If you’ve been checking my Instagram lately you will have noticed that I was kicking it in LA a few weeks ago. Well – I wouldn’t say I was completely kicking it being that I was there for a work gig. However, because my work hours were 4:45am to 11am – CRAZY I KNOW – I had lot’s of time for leisure and fun 🙂
If I could quickly recap my trip I’d say my 18 days in LA were filled with some adventure,
I remember seeing this quote on Instagram a little while ago: “Empowered women empower women.” That came to mind when I sat down to write this post. Women’s History month is all about women who felt empowered to make a change and create something better for themselves and other women. This led to more women taking a page from their books and doing the same.
The more we help each other the better things will be for all of us.