Passionate About the Community
and the Moms Who Live Here

Healthy Living RSS feed for this section

husband traveling

Making Lemonade Out Of Lemons: Husband Traveling Edition

Who doesn’t love some lemonade? Ok so I know that alcohol isn’t the healthiest of coping skills but sometimes responsibly and in moderation, it is just what a stressed out mom needs…. Just sayin’. So you may remember my idea of taking not so pleasant parenting situations and coming up with ways of making lemonade […]

Continue Reading 0
rainy-83136__340

Helping Grieving Children Get Through the Holidays

The holidays are coming, which as a mom can bring a lot of stress and grief of its own kind.  However, for those families that may have experienced a death in the family, the holiday prep can look a lot different.   Navigating my own grief as well as helping my clients has a different significance […]

Continue Reading 2
oca

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month? I’ve written this post to shine a spotlight on this important topic of women’s health. But it’s also important to keep your overall and reproductive health a priority year-round. If you are overdue for your regular check-up, I hope that this article will inspire you […]

Continue Reading 0
anaheim moms blog

How 30 Days of Yoga Changed My Life

I love yoga.  Well, I love the idea of yoga.  I am not flexible at all.  In fact, when I was younger and had to do the President’s physical fitness tests I always failed at the flexibility part.  I could NEVER touch my toes.  It actually astonished me that people could.  So, the idea of […]

Continue Reading
Anaheim Moms Blog

Holding My Babies is My Job

I was holding my youngest baby the other day, he’s two but always my baby, and was getting really frustrated.  I know I shouldn’t have been, but I was.   See, I felt like holding him was making it so that I couldn’t get things done.  I had a whole list of things to get done […]

Continue Reading
pelvic floor

A Pelvic Floor Pep Talk

If you’re reading this, then I’m going to assume you had a baby in recent memory. If so, I’d say that at some point you were advised to “do your Kegels regularly.” I’m also putting $100 on the fact that in reality, “regularly” was more like once every few months, when sitting at a red […]

Continue Reading