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Fermented Sourdough Bread

I’ve wanted to share a fermented sourdough bread recipe for a very long time, so I’m thrilled to write this post for you! As I’ve mentioned before, a grain-free diet isn’t meant to be lifelong. Once you’ve taken the proper steps to heal, you can slowly add properly prepared grains back into your diet with […]

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Dealing with Grief and Loss

Life is hard sometimes. Like, really, really hard. Almost everyone I know is dealing with something really hard right now: natural disaster, cancer, infant loss, systemic racism, chronic pain, caring for sick parents, divorce, depression, homophobia, transphobia, anxiety, job loss, seizures, major surgery, bankruptcy… the list could go on. All super difficult, complicated, and really […]

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Small Business Power Law Dynamics:  Secret to Jacking Profitability?

Peter Theil, in his provocative book Zero to One, talks about the power law dynamics you want to get “going” if you’re an entrepreneur working in start-up venture. But can I suggest something? Power law dynamics can (and should) show up in small firms too. In fact, small business power law dynamics may just be […]

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5 Exercises to Help Your Clients Reduce Their Pregnancy Aches and Pains

If you’re working with pregnant clients — or have experienced pregnancy yourself — you’re aware that pregnancy usually comes with its fair share of aches and pains. The hips, lower back, upper back and neck are all common locations for discomfort during pregnancy. Luckily, as a coach, you can help your pregnant client decrease those […]

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GGS Spotlight: Suzanne Ko

Name: Suzanne Ko Age: 44 Location: Chicago, IL What does being a Girl Gone Strong mean to you? Being a Girl Gone Strong means being a part of a community where I can have a voice. Growing up, I felt intimidated to speak up for myself. In a world where women are subjected to social […]

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