We women can be mysterious (aka, hard to read). At least that’s what we’ve been told by a few honest folks. We can be super friendly one week, and the next, we hardly speak to anyone. Three weeks out of the month, we can conquer the world, but there’s at least one week when everything is coming apart at the seams. Other times, our weight fluctuates or our energy level seesaws back and forth, we have painful periods or trouble getting pregnant, and sometimes our libido is not what it once was. All of these situations can be traced back to one root cause — hormones.
A Blog Series About Hormonal Health For Women
If you’re a woman of childbearing age, and you’ve seen yourself in any of the above situations, this series is for you. We’re exploring hormone health for pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, postpartum, and menopause — all from a natural perspective. We’ll be looking at what balanced and unbalanced hormones look like in each season of life, and we’ll also share some lifestyle practices (from diet, exercise, meditation, herbs, and more) that can help to gently ease your body into a more balanced hormonal state.
Who’s Behind This Series
Hi there! We’re Caitlin Frazier and Meagan Visser. We’re two women who are wellness bloggers and herbalists, and we both live in Tennessee.
Caitlin blogs at Locusts & Honey, a blog following her adventures and misadventures in wellness, travel, and herbalism. She has a tendency to leave the country without much notice and is rarely without a cup of tea. When she’s not jetting off somewhere, she can be found practicing yoga or foraging for plants around Nashville. She completed her advanced herbal education with the Herbal Academy and is now working on her 200-hour yoga teacher training. You can connect with her at Locusts & Honey, Facebook, and Instagram.
Meagan blogs at Growing Up Herbal, a lifestyle blog about living life naturally. She’s married to her high school sweetheart and is a homeschool mom to four little boys. She enjoys eating healthy foods (most of the time), going on outdoor adventures with her guys, practicing yoga, and traveling. She’s currently working towards an advanced herbal education, and she’s the Blog Coordinator for the Herbal Academy. You can connect with her on her blog, Facebook, and Instagram.
What You Can Expect From This Series
Each week in May we’ll be sharing one piece of information with you in this healthy hormone puzzle as it relates to all stages of a woman’s life. You can expect a lot of solid information about hormones during each stage, lifestyle tips for keeping your hormones balanced, all sorts of DIYs to help support your hormone health all along the way, and some personal “hormonal” stories from each of us.
There are a few of ways you can keep up with the posts in this blog series.
First, we’ll link up each new post right here each week so you can find them all in one convenient place. Next, we want to encourage you to sign up to receive email notifications when new posts are published in this series. You’ll get one email each week directing you to the post on our blog. Lastly, we’d love for you to pin this post (here or here) to your Pinterest boards so you can come back to this series again and again whenever you find yourself needing information on managing hormones naturally.
Who Else Wants Balanced Hormones?
Pull Yourself Together: 5 Ways To Start Taking Control Of Your Hormones Now
What Every Woman Ought To Know About Pregnancy Hormones
5 Lessons I Learned About Postpartum Hormones Throughout Four Pregnancies
The Great Change: Managing Menopause With Grace
1. Sign Up For Post Updates
We don’t want you to miss a post in this series. Enter your first name and email address in the form below, and we’ll email you when each post goes live. No spam here — we promise. You will get one email each week linking to the blog post for the week. We will also announce the giveaway winner in an email at the end of the month.
2. Pin This Post To Pinterest
We love using Pinterest as a resource for all our natural lifestyle goals, and we’re sure you do too, which is why we want to ask you to pin this post to Pinterest. Not only does it help us spread the word about this series, but it will help you refer back to all of the posts in the series whenever you need them. It’s a win-win!
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