If you’ve read my story, you know that health + wellness is a priority – for me, my family, friends, and community. Advocating for the very best in health + wellness has meant that I research everything (run it by experts, double and triple check it, stay up-to-date on emerging info), don’t get caught up in trends, don’t get swayed by social media influencers or opportunities, and have one main rule: If it’s not good enough for my family, it’s not good enough.
Health + wellness is too much of a gift, and I have been in the trenches with too many people, to ever recommend anything that I’ve not vetted. Any time I hear about the pros of a therapy, product, service, or idea, I spend a lot of time reviewing and researching its potential cons – and this is the filter through which I make recommendations and share ideas. I want you to know that I’m extremely picky and anti-dogmatic, meaning that new research emerges constantly and if my thoughts about a previous recommendation change, I’ll let you know.
My heart with The Wildery is to create a space of inspiration and information, and to point you to resources that have helped me along the way. It’s a collage of “What I wish I knew back then…” and “What I’m learning now…” when it comes to Wellbeing for Your Whole Being.
I have decided to become an affiliate to those companies that I love, trust, and use. This means that I receive a small commission for products sold if you choose to buy through links on this website. And I will occasionally seek out affiliation agreements with companies when I find a product that I can’t live without – not the other way around.
I am not a doctor and the information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through The Wildery is for general information purposes only.