One of my favorites from Viele Lake here in Boulder. Who’s been to this spot???
1,6284320 February, 2019
Hi! Rose here, I want to talk for one moment about MENSTRUAL PAIN and how much of a big deal it is in my life and how much it sucks. I have PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder) and Endometriosis. Both of those things spend a lot of time messing with my mental health, my relationships, and my body in general. I will do a post someday about my experiences with PMDD, birth control, etc., (and always feel free to DM if you need to chat), but today I want to talk about menstrual cramps and pain 😖
When I say I get bad cramps, I mean that it is some of the worst physical pain I have ever felt, and there are months that I am 100% incapacitated for a day or more. It’s real, it’s intense, and it’s very common for people with endometriosis, PCOS, or a slew of other medical concerns. After almost 20 years of this, I know what works best: extra strength advil, heating pad, fetal position, orgasms (for real!), and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This year I found something that works better than all of that. THC OR CBD SUPPOSITORIES 💚
I used the Relief (THC and CBD) suppositories from @foriapleasure and it was a game changer. We can’t sell THC here, but I was telling everyone to hunt them down and use them for cramps. I am so so excited that they just released these Basics Suppositories that are CBD only so that we can have them here and I can spread the joy of not being doubled over in pain for 1/30th of my life. CBD suppositories work for a lot of other things as well, and I am sure there are people that they do not work for at all, but I can only speak to my own personal experience with its amazing effectiveness in treating menstrual cramps. You can get the CBD ones from @foriawellness here, or you can get the hybrid ones at a dispensary, and I cannot recommend trying either or both highly enough 💋
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Given that I’m only eating juice and Ice cream I decided to partner with @OREO to share the best ‘stuf’ EVER! 😜 When I was younger my mom used to braid my hair before bed and I sat there eating Oreo cookies – so my Sunday cozy routine naturally includes @OREO cookies while catching up on my fav shows! 🥰 // Now until National OREO day (3/6) you can scan an OREO cookie for a chance to win one of their prizes (cars, tech, yummy goodness like this @Breyers icecream) – check out my stories to enter! #sweepstakes#thestufinside#sponsored
See official rules here: no purchase necessary you guys! Open to residents of the 50 United States, D.C., and Puerto Rico, 18 and older. Ends: 3/6/19. Void where prohibited. Visit www.oreo.com to play including how to enter without making a purchase.
We're making progress! Here's peek inside the store under construction.... our team is working hard everyday so we'll be ready to open our doors in just a few months.
In this photo, you're seeing what will soon be one of our in-house restaurants. Just imagine... by spring, you could be sitting there, enjoying a leisurely lunch and sipping on a local craft beer while your groceries are being picked out and packed up.
Any requests for the store? We're still finalizing our partners and products, so let us know what you'd like to see in the comments below!
The other day we featured one of our trainers accomplishing one of his goals and then asked what goals you are working on - nutrition, fitness, financial, career, mental, hobby.
It's important when creating goals that we make them attainable and realistic.
Step 1: When it comes to eating healthy, set a goal that is realistic for YOU not what social media says or what your relative/significant other/friends think you should have. We are all different and require different goals.
Step 2: Have a reason. Why did you set this goal? What are you hoping this goal will bring about?
Step 3: Make sure you have the tools to meet your goal. You can't expect yourself to meal prep if you don't have enough meal containers.
Step 4: Have a support system. Use your family, friends, social media, coworkers, personal trainers, doctors, therapists, dietitians, or neighbors, really anyone to help you continue to do better and adopt this new behavior.
Step 5: Always remind yourself of what you have done leading up to this goal. Goals are hard, we all know some days go better than others. So don't beat yourself up on the bad days. You have created the intention to change.
Above all else, YOU CAN DO THIS! If you need any help or motivation with your nutrition goals send us a DM to contact Ileana or call today to schedule an appointment.
All the kids wanted to do today was play outside. So, you better believe we matched their jackets and made it into a photo shoot 🤷🏻♀️ a baby style has no size I guess 😂😂 #parenthack if your kids won’t stay still for photos take them outside and let them think they won the battle 😂
Megan Dodds- Nutritional Therapy Practitioner
Focusing on functional, practical nutrition for people who suffer from digestive issues and inconsistent energy. Available for 1:1 consulting in-person and virtually!