A few of my favorite things (August Edition) 

Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional Eating
Every once in a while, I come across something that brings me so much joy that I just have to share it with the people I love. Since you are a part of my inner circle, 😉 I wanted to share a few things I have been using and loving in my personal life in hopes that it will elevate yours as well!   

Here is what I’ve been using and loving this month: 
I recently purchased these sweet prep cups from Anthropologie, and I’ve been loving them even more than I expected. I’ve been using them almost daily, filling them with grapes for a mid-day snack or my favorite ice cream. I love how they elevate my eating experience and double as measuring cups making baking and cooking with them super fun! 
This may be too much information and not for everyone, but hear me out…especially if you menstruate. 

Many years ago, I gave the Diva Cup a shot and I could never get the hang of it. I’ll spare you the very messy details – it just did not work for me. But when my path crossed with Kim Rosas at Period Nirvana, my world changed. Enter, the Menstrual Disc!

Now I personally use the Hello Disc and if commandeering the entire table conversation at a 4th of July BBQ to tell alllll my friends about how my menstrual disc changed my life isn’t sayin’ something…well, then just ask my husband. Because I can guarantee he’s sick of hearing me talk (and even sing!) about it every. single. month! 🤣
Ever listen to a podcast and feel like it was speaking to your soul? This was it for me.

There were so many mind-blowing heart-touching shares like the acronym for shame, details of Mayim’s struggle with emotional eating, and complicated parent-adult child relationships. If the words enmeshment, individuating, or coping mechanisms are something you are working on in your personal life (like I am in mine), I highly recommend a listen
Hope you find something fun or inspiring in these resources that support your body, mind, and soul in being of full service to you, your calling, and your purpose. Remember, if you want to thrive in this world, using food to cope will only get in your way. 

I’d love to hear what you’re currently loving too… got a new recipe, book, or gizmo that brings joy to your life? I’d love to hear about it! Just hit “reply” and let me know!

In service to your freedom,

Spread the Word!

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