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Hi! I'm Emily! I am certified Medical Laboratory Scientist and former Medical Technologist gone crunchy stay at home mama who loves encouraging others to enjoy a life of holistic health and natural living through knowledge and awareness. I believe in knowing the science and research behind my natural lifestyle and that education is empowering. I have a passion for helping others be informed and educated in their decisions, and to embrace true holistic wellness physically, emotionally, and spiritually. I hope you enjoy personal development, being educated, and crunchy living as much as I do.

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Embracing the Chaos: Life With a One Year Old

Mar 26, 2017 | No Comments

Chaos. For anyone who as ever hung out with a very busy one year old, you know what I am talking about. Their little world is so big and full of excitement. Every drawer is a new universe; every laundry basket is a land to be explored. The house could go from impeccably tidy to […]

How to Make Fermented Foods Your Kids Will Love

Mar 1, 2017 | 7 Comments

Today’s post comes from my friend Dave over at I’m Simply a Dad. He is an expert at incorporating a whole food diet into daily routine with his kids! I am so inspired by his commitment to keeping his kids healthy and his creativity! Enter Dave: Who is I’m Simply a Dad My name is Dave, […]

Why It’s Okay to Not Travel Before Kids

Feb 22, 2017 | No Comments

I know what it’s like. When people ask what you do. “Oh well I stay home with my kids.” And if you’re like me you get uncomfortable and string a disclaimer onto that sentence. “But I might go back to work after they are in school.”  “Daycare prices are way too expensive.” “I just can’t […]

Risks of Medically Induced Labor (And Why This Mama is Avoiding Pitocin)

Feb 12, 2017 | 4 Comments

Oxytocin; the love hormone, the pair bonding hormone, the cuddle hormone, the breastfeeding hormone, the labor hormone! It is a versatile and powerful natural substance created by our bodies to perform so many important functions. Although oxytocin is well known to be involved in labor and delivery, lactation, and social or romantic relationships, it is also very […]

Lazy Mama’s Dairy Free Homemade “Yogurt”

Jan 31, 2017 | 2 Comments

Confession: I am obsessed with yogurt. I could eat yogurt parfaits for every meal and every snack. You may have noticed if you have been reading my posts that I get obsessed with many things. It’s true. I am a passionate and dedicated person! So, back to the yogurt. I love yogurt. Unfortunately, my baby […]

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