Finally I am in a place where I feel like I can share with all of you, my dear readers. I know I have been absent from this blog for a bit but I have been working on A LOT of project that are finally getting to the sharing point. So what has been going on in the Sleep. Eat. Heal. world?
1. As you know I have been in school at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition learning how to be a health coach. This school has been amazing and I really have learned so many things that I can apply to my own life as well as those who use my coaching skills. I have also been working on getting my business started. I have a name and forms filled out and soon hopefully the funds to file the paperwork.
2. This blogger is going to be a mamma! I know how awesome/crazy is this! Some of you know that I have been on a healing journey for quite some time now. This journey all started after I experienced two miscarriages within six months from each other. It really lead me to look at how things were effecting my body and what I could do to fix it. Without that part in my life I honestly don't think I would be where I am today. So even though I didn't understand why it would happen to me at the time, I now see the plan that was set up for me.
So how has my life changed with these two developments? Well, my life is crazy busy at the moment. I am studying for school, work, setting up a business, and growing a human. I am also finally over morning sickness (I hope!) so now I can get back to making up recipes and sharing with all of you! Also, my diet has changed a bit. Before I was pregnant I was eating a vegan/vegetarian diet and loving it. Once pregnant I found my body was needing animal protein. I have switched over to a whole foods diet that is still high in fruits/veggies but also incorporates chicken, turkey, and fish (I don't like fish though so I don't eat it). It's been working well for me so far. I am not sure what my body will need after I give birth but I believe in listening to your body and adjusting as it needs to be. So we'll see.
Thanks for putting up with me and I'll post again soon!