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Twelve Pillars of a [Balanced] Self-Care Routine

When I first launched Wild Woman Strong one year ago, I started a running note on my iPhone to create a list of self-care routine non-negotiables. It was earmarked to run as a blog post, but every time I would open the note, I found myself editing, moving, changing, deleting, and re-adding words, never quite…

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WWS [Global Charity Guide]

“What does it feel like to be free?” I was sitting in Cambodia indulging in 50 cent beers when the Cambodian bartender at my hostel inquired if he could ask me an important question. What he asked was unexpected and it still remains one of the most powerful and influential conversations in my life: “What…

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5 Easy Home [Tidiness] Habits

A huge thank you to Guest Blogger, Alice Robertson, creator of Tidy Home for the following tidiness tips for making your home a more cozy and self-care friendly space. At Wild Woman Strong, we are firm believers that clearing clutter in your life creates more space for a self-care focused lifestlye and these home tips…

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Self-Care Gift [Guide]

The holidays are a wonderful time of year but finding the perfect gifts can be stressful and time-consuming. This time of year gets so hectic that your own self-care is usually tossed aside in favor of focusing on others. Inside this self-care gift guide, you will find my favorite gifts that are perfect for your…

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One [Self-Care Tip] to Rule Them All

Sleep is queen in the self-care world. It affects every facet of your life, and most people, quite frankly, suck at it. Finding ways to improve your sleep quality can do wonders for improving everything else in your world, and that is why my favorite self-care tip revolves around improving the quality of your shut…

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Wild Woman Strong

Lately I have been screaming “I AM WOMAN” all over my social media accounts. It used to make me feel uncomfortable referring to myself with such a big word because the smallness of the word ‘girl’ felt much less vulnerable. Learning to appreciate myself as a strong woman and having the courage to take up…

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Travel Made [APPS]olutely easy – My top travel apps

It wasn’t until I was twenty-one that my first international trip (a cruise to Jamaica and Mexico with such little time spent at port that I can hardly consider it international travel). Up until two years ago I had also never traveled alone. Needless to say, when I decided to sell all of my belongings,…

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3 Ways to Make Anywhere Feel Like [Home]

I was chatting with a new friend yesterday and per usual they were very curious about my lifestyle. We went through the usual questions about how I sustain myself financially on the road, what it is like traveling alone as a female and specific questions about some of the countries I had visited. But the…

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Gratitude as a tool for [Healing]

Two years ago, I got kicked out of a business that I had co-founded and had dedicated countless amounts of emotional and physical energy into. It was devastating and it jumpstarted a severe downward spiral into the worst period of depression I had ever faced in my entire life. I barely survived the experience (no…

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