Spring time brings a lot of outdoors work. Getting the garden ready, setting up chicken coops, re-doing the ENTIRE side of the house filled with granite rock and turning it into a grass and river rock stream (Exhausting) .
After all of this non-stop vigorous work I’ve been experiencing a return in my pinch nerve problems that’ve made my arms weak/numb and my entire back ACHE. I decided enough was enough and scheduled my Bodhi Body appointment.
I love the owner Stephanie, she’s fun, professional and really good at what she does. Every time I’ve come in lately I request their CBD lotion (cannabidiol) because I can seriously feel it penetrating and relieving pain instantly so I definitely welcomed the relief it gave this time! And I tried fire cupping which was AMAZING – It relieved tension from specific hot spots on my back while she worked on my legs. *drool*
I love how a medical problem that I’ve had in my neck for my whole life can be quickly resolved by skilled massage therapists at places like Bodhi Body. As a Mother I couldn’t imagine waiting the full 2 weeks it takes the numbness to go away on it’s own, which is why I am so grateful for the healing massage provides.
I’m also obsessed with essential oils for their aromatherapy benefits so I picked up some dōTERRA oils and their AMAZING Deep Blue topical rub since Stephanie used it on some problem spots and it felt sooo good and mentholy. You can check out their products here! (I’ve been using some on my Husband every night since we got it and he’s a huge fan too now!)
Spring/Summer time giving you the aches and pains? Give Bodhi Body a visit and their skilled therapists will make you feel like a million bucks! Use my code SIMPLY for a free 30 minute massage!
(I was compensated for this post, all opinions are my own)
I love living in Colorado – There are so many options for healthy eating in restaurants and so many local businesses that are known nationwide for their snacks/food. I’d heard of Made in Nature before so was very excited at the opportunity, thanks to Sprouts, to get to hang out in their test kitchen and try my hand at making my own Figgy Pops (Something they’ve MASTERED. Try them, they’re delicious!).
Their staff was so friendly and welcoming – The 10 of us bloggers felt instantly comfortable! And Sprouts was gracious enough to bring us a ton of food options for dinner.. I had their delicious vegan salad ❥
Their test kitchen was lined with delicious options for figgy pop making and we couldn’t wait to get working!
We began at station one with their pastes, they had Apricot, fig and dates. They were all so delicious so with both batches I made I used dates then added apricot to one and fig to another – Wish I could make these pastes at home, they were perfect!
Then we could add some dried fruit, dried nuts and anything else we wanted in our figgy pops! (They had so many options as you can see!) My first batch was made with date and apricot paste, dried mango, diced almonds and acai powder! My second was made with date and fig paste with cranberries, pistachios, almond butter and Himalayan sea salt! Wish y’all could try mine.. I’m pretty proud with how they turned out!
We found out we were the first outside people to come in and make our own figgy pops.. How exciting is that?! That’s why I love Colorado.. Amazing businesses like this that are 20 minutes away and we can do fun stuff like this! Such a treat. They treated us like family and we got to experiment with some fun ingredients and learn new tricks! I’ll be taking what I learned from this event to make figgy pops at home (My kids are already hooked.. I was so excited I let them have one for breakfast haha!!)
Thanks Sprouts and Made in Nature for such an unforgettable evening with good friends, good food and tons of fun!
Try their delicious healthy snacks for yourself! They’re available at Sprouts and on their website! Enjoy y’all!
Hey y’all! Soooo sorry for the blogging hiatus! My MacBook Pro is in the shop after extensive water damage 😭😭
Hoping it’ll be done this following week because I’m having extreme withdrawals.. NO exaggeration it’s given me bad anxiety 😔
I’ll be back soon y’all and will be sure to start out with a bang! Any suggestions on posts when I return?!
A thought came to my mind today. Am I not writing professional enough for a blogger? I see other bloggers who are very serious in their words and posts and it made me question my own writing.
Everyone has their own method of getting their thoughts out but I realized very quickly that I LOVE the way I write. I put a lot of voice in my posts and don’t take myself too seriously – Because I imagine if I was reading my blog I would find myself very relatable. I write because I love it and I want to show others how easy it is to eat better with recipes, products that I believe are helpful and more. As well as showing other Coloradans the amazing local places they can visit in our wonderful state.
I write the way I do because I don’t want people to think I’m just trying to sell them on something but instead show how truly passionate I am about each and every post I write.
I am not in anyway bashing others for how they write I just never want myself or anyone to question the way they do things. Everyone has their own way and I love mine!
Thank y’all for always reading – I love what I do!