Sleep = underrated. We have so many responsiblities theses days – job(s), family, friends, errands, self care, etc. Life is busy and we do the best we can to make the most of our time, but this often leads us to staying up way too late to fit it all in. Sleep is incredibility important and lack of sleep can affect us in a multitude of ways.
Health & Wellness
You may have heard about seed cycling before if you are into hormonal health, regulating your cycle or just natural approaches to health and wellness in general. I first heard of seed cycling a few years ago, back when I was trying everything (seriously, I mean everything) to try regulate my hormones. I was desperate to get my period back after losing it for over a year post hormonal birth control pill (“HBC”) and I was also trying to get rid of adult acne caused by hormonal imbalances.
Seed cycling is a method that incorporates a rotation of four ground seeds into your daily diet to help support your natural hormonal cycle. The mix of seeds you consume throughout the month depends on where you are in your menstrual cycle.
“Before I knew it my whole body was pulsating. When I say full body I am not exaggerating in the slightest – the only part of my body that wasn’t tingling was my stomach – my head, face, lips, neck, shoulders, back, arms, hands, legs, feet, toes, EVERYTHING was pulsating. The feeling is almost indescribable. T”
As the days get darker it can be harder to keep that pep in our step. The cooler weather & shorter days are definitely here to stay. I don’t know about you, but I’m a summer girl through and through! Winter can be hard for the best of us – it’s cold, it’s dark and it’s just straight up harder to find motivation.
With that said, I find it way easier to prevent a funk then to dig myself out of one, so I wanted to share a few basic tips that help me prevent the sluggish feeling that can come along with the change of seasons and colder, darker weather. *These tips can also be used to pull yourself out of a slump.