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A Simple Exercise to Take You Toward Your Highest Self

BIRTHFIT’s definition of MINDSET: To create space between a stimulus and response, to practice a growth perspective, and to create action around values in order to make decisions from a place of love rather than fear. This is a fully loaded definition that can be broken down into many learnings, …

How to Select the Best Baby Carrier for You and Your Family

You’ve done your research and you know that you are going to wear your baby once she comes earthside. (Click HERE to remind yourself why babywearing is so beneficial for you both!) Now you’re down to the sticky task of picking one out. Which baby carrier is best? A few …

I just had a baby. (Slowing Down Time Postpartum)

I’m not Einstein, but I can tell you that time is relative.  When first introduced to the theory of relativity, it seems a bit complex and nuanced, but it actually is applicable to everyday life, especially for the postpartum time period. Ask almost any parent with children over age 10 …

Tackling the Family Budget Mindfully

Money as Energy, Intentionally Spent My husband and I recently watched the documentary Minimalism and I simultaneously started working to develop a different relationship with money. After watching Minimalism, we began to purge our shit. It was truly eye opening to see the crap we were holding onto. I realized …

Do I Really Need a Doula if My Partner is Supportive?

The Differences Between a Doula and a Birth Partner Doulas are becoming more widely recognized but there are often many questions about the doula’s role on a birth team. One question that comes up frequently is: How is a doula any different than my birth partner (dad, partner, sister, mom, …

Preparing for a Cesarean Birth with Chiropractic Care

April was Cesarean Awareness Month and I saw more posts than usual online about it, but it’s a topic that comes up often in my office.  Cesarean delivery — also known as a C-section — is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through incisions in the mother’s abdomen …

BIRTH(FIT)

“…So is BIRTHFIT just fitness for pregnant women?” A question I get asked frequently when the topic of BIRTHFIT comes up. This is an opportunity for me to explain that BIRTHFIT is much (MUCH) more than fitness. One of the definitions for FIT is, “Prepared or ready.” As a Regional …

Golden Milk Recipes

Looking for an easy way to support your body’s natural inflammatory response system? Turmeric tea, or golden milk, is a wonderful way of accomplishing that. This soothing beverage has been a fairly consistent part of healing my autoimmunity, but recently I’ve been playing around with some additional variations, so I …

BIRTHFIT Podcast Episode 101 Featuring Nicole Schneider, Founder and CEO of Global NLP Training

    [0:00:00]   Lindsey: All right, guys! Thanks to our sponsors, Original Nutritionals. Our friends at Original are on a mission with us to walk the walk when it comes to human betterment. They’ve created a brand founded on pure basic essential supplements that have ingredient labels you can …

What is the Glucola Test and are there any alternatives?

The glucola test, or oral glucose challenge screen/test, is a prenatal test typically given around 24-28 weeks of pregnancy.   The purpose of this test is to provide a preliminary screen for gestational diabetes. Women who test positive to this will be asked to take the oral glucose tolerance test. Oral …