I affirm: the only person who decides where to give birth, how to give birth, when to give birth, and with (or without) whom to give birth is the person giving birth.
Everyone seems to have their own unique approach to getting through a creativity block. Yesterday and today, I have been sharing some of the ways that I have dealt with my own creativity blocks over the years.
What do you do when you are experiencing Writer's Block or a similar creativity block?
So, there it is: I need a car. I am open to thoughts, ideas, leads, and well, any clients who have a car available for trade.
I do not know whose idea it was to add bits of wisdom onto teabag tags, but I approve. They are like fortune cookies, except I do not have to entertain the idea of eating one of those horrid "cookies" to get a little nugget of wisdom, of truth.
While water molecules are being rearranged, science is happening, and such, I stare at the "Wall of Tea" and make my selection. (Though, sometimes, I really know what I want, especially if I am grumpy -- that is when the Lapsang Souchong comes out first thing, guns a blazing.)
Tea! I am a tea enthusiast. I love, love, love tea.
Why are women always giving away stuff for free?
Today's post is focusing on healing the perineum during the postpartum period. Though serious perineum tears are rare in a homebirth setting, it is good to know what herbs can help with healing and soothing.