Practicing self-care doesn’t have to be some big ‘ol routine, anything extravagant or come with a hefty price tag to be meaningful. I think as humans sometimes we equate more elaborate with more effective, but it’s definitely not always so. Instead, let’s get back to basics, and just uncomplicate things. Here are 17 self-care ideas that don’t cost a darn thing, because the best things in life are usually free.Read More
On November 25th, 2018, I said HECKYES to my 8th grade crush, my best friend, and the absolute love of my life for the last 4.5 years. Andrew has been woven in and out of my life for the last 15 years, and I'm so grateful for all the twists and turns, because it ultimately led us back to one another. Read on for our proposal story, deets on the ring, and what’s next!Read More
This season, I whipped together a sustainable holiday gift guide filled with both tangible and intangible gifts that support a more mindful holiday for you and your loved ones. My guide also supports forward-thinking businesses ranging from woman-owned brands to eco-friendly products that give back.Read More
While there are a number of methods you can try to help with your winter blues, but I’ve learned that NOTHING works quite as well as some good ol’ ecotherapy (a.k.a.the great outdoors) combined with good company. I’m sharing some tips and winter activities to help you make the most of the colder months.Read More
Self care goes way beyond treat yourself. Mindful daily rituals are about doing what’s necessary to maintain a healthy harmony in your daily life - mentally, physically, and emotionally. There’s no one-size-fits-all routine, so find what resonates with you. It’s your practice. You get to own it. And here’s how to make ‘em stick.Read More
I created Om & The City as a platform where wellness and realness can come together, especially in an industry that sometimes paints an unrealistic representation. Well, in the spirit of keepin’ it real and coming back to my own ‘why’, I’ve been doing an overhaul of my life, of this platform, of my voice and my impact.
One thing I’ve become more mindful of in my daily life is cutting down on using unnecessary apologies. Sure, a sorry here and there might seem polite and well-intentioned enough, but if you’re saying this word like it’s on repeat - it’s time to rephrase.Read More
Areas to focus on to be successful.Read More