Parenting has always been a tricky subject for me because I see it as such a delicate balance of respecting my little person’s personhood and having enough discipline to teach her how to navigate the world. These five books are some of the best for helping me find that balance.
For the fifteenth day of blogtober I’m going to share a non-fiction genre that is near and dear to my heart: natural women’s health.
These books range from menstrual care to postpartum care and they are my favorites. If you’re wondering what books I’m constantly recommending to my patients, these are the ones.
Nothing says fall to me more than a cup of hot apple cider and a stack of books on my side table.
Some of you know this, many of you don’t: this isn’t my first blog. It’s my third! The last two faded into obscurity but the very first one was called ‘Shelfhelpless’ because I have an eternal love of self-help books.
So for this second blogtober post, I’d like to share six of my favorite shelfhelp books in the hopes that you can find the same sort of joy in them that I have.(more…)