Menstrual Cycle Tips For On The Go Women

January 29, 2022

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Menstrual Cycle Tips For On The Go Women

Life is very cyclical in nature. We have 4 seasons, 4 phases of the menstrual cycle, 4 major lunar cycles. They all sync up with each other. 

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I think this is something we might have felt as a child but often lose sight of as we get older. We live in the summer/ovulation/full moon cycle most of the year. “The push”, “go, go, go”, “there is never enough time to finish anything” cycle.

Type A woman

I work primarily with pitta women. What does that mean? They are  type A, get things done, don’t waste time, boss women.

That’s in the fabric of who I am as well so it’s no surprise I attract similar people.

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One thing I have done through the years is soften my edge. I no longer work 7 days a week 5am-10pm. That left me burnt out, throwing up every Friday due to stress and needing to write clip my finger nails on my to do list! 🤦🏼‍♀️

Now I’m very much in control of my schedule. I see clients 3 days a week and have days to tap into my creative spark, see my friends for coffee dates, spend half a day on my favorite hiking trail. I live seasonally, and tap into my own cycle.

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Some of my favorite client wins are seeing my pitta women start to loosen their grip on things. Realizing rest is important, and taking a bath after a long day is not being lazy but prioritizing their own needs.

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That’s why I love teaching seasonal/cyclical living.

Showing other go-getters it’s okay to not always live in the summer phase, we need winter to remind us to slow down.

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What phase do you find yourself living in right now? Are you tuning into the external season (winter) or are you in your internal (menstrual cycle) season? I do a combo of both but my internal season is really my thermostat these days. 🩸

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I'm a mom and wife who specializes in seasonal living and women's hormones.  I help you heal your period pain, and prepare for perimenopause & find your balance during the menopausal years for the past 15 years. 

I host a weekly podcast, Peaceful Power Podcast and wrote a cyclical living book in 2021- Divine Body Wisdom and am currently writing a second book coming out in the Spring 2023!  

My other interests are playing tennis, watching Golden Girls, and enjoying my morning oatstraw & raspberry leaf infusion! 

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