Hi, I'm Tina!

I’ve been where you are, and I understand!

It’s been a long road.

But I am finally on the path to wellness after spending many years fighting autoimmune diseases, a serious precancerous condition, & surgical menopause (with all the interesting issues that come with that).

I know how frustrating it can be.  Especially when most people can’t understand what you’re facing day after day.

I am familiar with the loneliness, and sometimes despair, that comes from feeling like you’re fighting alone.  Or when you realize that your support system isn’t all that strong.

I’ve been there.  And I have learned so much about welcoming wellness on this journey.  And so can you. You don’t have to go it alone.

If you want to create a lifestyle of wellness, you're in the right place.

I started where you are.  I understand the overwhelm and uncertainty!

It's Not Your Fault

I know first hand that healing can take some time.  And that it’s rarely linear in nature.

That’s why it’s so important to take the first step! 

Go ahead and grab my Quick Start Guide! It will spell out How to Avoid the Top 6 Hidden Toxins.  These are very common toxic ingredients that are likely hiding in your cabinets right now.

In this guide I’ll walk you through how to start creating a safe environment in which to begin your wellness lifestyle.  Don’t worry–it’s not difficult.

Remember, you don’t have to do it all at once.

BIG changes start with a single, small step

You don’t have to do it alone, either. Hold my hand if you want….you’ve got this, my friend.

Hey there, wellness seeker! Tina in black and white floral top, smiling

Pillars of Wellness

Non-Toxic Home

glass bottles with toxic free cleaner in sunshine

Cleaning out the toxins in my home was a critical component in my wellness journey!  I had no idea that the personal care and cleaning products I was using daily were actually creating a toxic environment (both in my home and in my body!) despite their green and organic labels.  


blueberries, strawberries, celery, greens, grapes

Nutrition is an important piece of the recovery puzzle.  Healing the gut is of utmost importance, and it may look different for each person.  For me, gluten-free is vital & I try to maintain a mostly paleo diet. The Autoimmune Protocol Diet (AIP) was a big part of my wellness journey.

Faith & Mindset

woman in red top reading bible outdoors in sunshine

Faith is a very important part of my life, and it has helped me on the road to wellness.  Knowing that God is in control and that He has a good plan for me (and for you, too!) is a source of comfort.  Mindset is also a huge piece of this wellness puzzle, and that fits in this category for me.


teapot, cup of tea, floral gratitude journal, sofa and comfy banket in the background

Prioritizing the self-care practices that will help lead to wellness is key.  These include quality sleep, adequate hydration, stress reduction, work-life balance, and making time for some enjoyable activities.


woman in white top and black shorts in child's pose yoga

Daily movement is an essential component to wellness.  It can be challenging to find the balance between too much and just enough movement.  Paying attention to indicators such as symptoms of a flare, sleep quality, and heart rate variability can be helpful.   

Family, Friends, Fun

Four women in hats with hands raised, backs to camera, greenery and sun in front

Family and friends aren’t usually considered pillars of wellness.  But for me, they are an important component to my happiness and wellbeing.  Socializing and having fun are part of this pillar, as well (even if it’s just virtually)!

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