Tuesday, October 9, 2012

8 Great Self-Care Websites To Visit This Fall

Fall is my favorite season because it's when I indulge in superdeluxe self-care. Thick cable knit tights, fuzzy sweaters, steaming bowls of soup... Oh!

Enjoying a warming bowl of homemade cabbage soup for lunch as I write this. Mmm!
Here are a few of the websites I've been visiting lately to get invigorating reminders and creative ideas for treating my mind, body, and spirit right.

Hey Fran Hey: "Natural beauty, nutrition & fitness. All with a bohemian twist!" Friendly Francheska shares easy, organic, and inexpensive DIY tips and tricks. (I love her tutorial videos on YouTube!)

Food Heaven Made Easy: "Finally, a fun, healthy cooking show with flavor!" Stylish Wendy and Jess share their food and nutrition expertise and enthusiasm. Lots of vegan recipes and food ideas!

Leonie Dawson: "Incredible Life, Incredible Business" Leonie might be the most authentically positive person on the internet. I've just begun the Creative Goddess e-Course, but just visiting her main site and reading her blog posts gives me a powerful boost of "Si Se Puede"! Check out her free goodies package to get a taste of her e-course magic!

Mama Gena's School of the Womanly Arts: Mama Gena is all about Pleasure and P**** Power! Her book was one of the most fun, revolutionary books I have ever read.

FLO Living: Alisa Vita empowers women get their hormones in balance for a happier body and life. I've learned so much just from her newsletters and blog posts!

Ms. MindBody: When I first started my business I might have become a living (or dying, depending on how you wanna look at it) ball of tension were it not for Kate Hanley's newsletters suggesting short meditation practices that can be done "anywhere, anytime".

Daisy Yellow: Self-taught artist Tammy shares her playful and devoted approach to daily creativity by hosting online art challenges that are more community than competition. The Daily Paper Prompts challenge just ended but check out her amazingly helpful beginner's guide to art journaling.

Melissa Danielle: In addition to being The Bad Ass Blender Woman, she's a self-professed "know-it-all." When I have a food or social media question, Melissa is one of the first people I turn to. I also love that Melissa asks thought provoking questions and shares fantastic resources on Twitter and Facebook.

What are your favorite online self-care resources?

Olivia Lane is a Blogger, Green Living Educator, and Health Coach trained at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She's also author of Baking Soda & Bliss: The Healthy & Happy Guide to Green Cleaning 

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