I’m gearing up to travel with the kiddos this weekend to NYC for the holidays. Here are a few of my favorite travel wellness tips for holiday travel with kids. 💫 Don’t just survive the holidays traveling with kids, stir up some playful fun with [...]
Two essential components of wellness. Recognizing how our body is functioning and communicating symptoms and treatment side effects with our healthcare team. I’m proud to partner with Med-IQ to help generate awareness and ideas on how to communicate effectively with your healthcare team, or to support a loved one in the process.
This is a sponsored post with Books That Heal to share these stories and partner to raise awareness for this organization and these amazing families. All opinions are 100% honest and my own. I will never forget graduating from nursing school, passing my [...]
I stayed up until two am last night watching Leaving Neverland on HBO while my kids slept peacefully in their beds upstairs. Then I watched After Neverland with Oprah. Then I felt sick so I stayed up writing. My intention is to keep this post [...]
Communicating about cancer can be a powerful tool in disarming some of the fear surrounding cancer-related distress. Here are some ways to manage cancer-related stress for patients and caregivers.
Does the Gixo fitness app help me find time to work out at home and stay accountable with my fitness goals? Read my blog post about the benefits of this fitness app.
Focusing on family health and wellness as a nurse goes beyond general recommendations to stay active and eat well. Our well-being as women, as moms, family ringleaders, and partners has to include quality time to reconnect with those who mean the most to us. There [...]
Specializing in reproductive medicine and endocrinology as a registered nurse for over ten years, I have seen and heard amazing family-building stories. I’ve also listened and felt the struggles; I’ve seen the stress, confusion, and financial burden that can take a toll. The good news [...]
When my daughter was an infant, I can remember getting her to sleep in her crib with a valiant effort to then sliver out of her room like a snake to try not to disturb her. It was pretty hilarious, but sleep deprived and exhausted, it [...]
I've always been comfortable driving long distances, but I just became comfortable traveling solo in the last few years. At first, it was just air travel, but I've made the conscious choice in the last few months to jump in the car and get out [...]