Hi! Welcome to her home life – a space to peak into my life as a classical Homeopath, wife and mommy to 4 little ones living the natural way of life.
We live in Canada in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains – an absolutely breathtaking backyard, full of adventure. We are our happiest together, outside. And that’s where you can often find us! Hiking, mountain biking or throwing rocks in the river – just a few of our favourite things.
This blog will mostly be used to share every day uses of Homeopathy, but I will also occasionally share healthy recipes, tips to live life in a more natural way or inspiration to #getoutside – all of my favourite things!
I think that Homeopathy has a place in everyone’s home. It can replace or work alongside so many over the counter meds, is so effective and inexpensive. I want to show the variety of uses each remedy has and I want to help you to feel confident with what to give and when to give it. There’s a lot to learn, but by having a trusted homeopath and fellow mama to look to as your resource I hope to make it easier!
When I began my studies in Homeopathy is when my journey to a whole, healthy lifestyle truly began. Cleaning up my medicine cabinet had a ripple effect on my entire life! I want to help people live their best life and show how easy it is to make changes. Small steps add up and make a big difference in reducing your toxic load!
Nutrition and movement are very important to me – things I see as the foundations of our health. Food is medicine, and we depend on it to keep our systems running in tip top shape. Here I will share recipes that our family loves and ticks all of the boxes – nutritious, easy and yummy. Access our family’s weekly meal plan here to make your life a little bit easier. Being out in nature, moving your body in whatever ways that feel good is another passion and something you’ll see me model and discuss from time to time.
Follow along and join in the fun! I’m here to help! Don’t just read along – ask me anything. See something you want to remember? Pin it for later for yourself and help others find the information too 🙂