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  • Writer's pictureKristin Leeper

Are Your Hormonal Symptoms a Sign?

The start of 2022 has been a mixed bag for me, to be honest.

On the one hand, there are some big things happening soon in my life and my career that I'm really excited about.

But on the other, I just haven't been feeling my best (hence the working in bed with my very helpful assistant, pictured below).

And I know I've been feeling off because there's still some work I need to do on my gut health and even my own hormones.

To be fair, I feel light-years ahead of where I used to be - those days of being in the fetal position on the floor in pain and having no idea what to do are thankfully long gone.

But, despite all the work I've put in so far, I'm still not quite where I want to be.

And I realized that this not feeling well is a sign - but as the owner of our nutrition school taught us, what a sign tells you is really up to you.

These digestive and hormonal symptoms could be telling me that:

a) I'm still not where I want to be, so I'll probably never feel better and maybe I should just give up


b) this was the universe asking me if I wanted to spend another year feeling this way, or if I was ready to do something about it

Before I started my health journey, I would've said option a) all the way. I was defeated, miserable, and felt like I was out of options.

Now, I know I've just scratched the surface of what I can do and that feeling this way is my sign that it's time to move forward in whatever way I need to so that I can keep feeling better.

If you feel like you're waiting for a sign that it's time to do something about your hormonal symptoms - this can be it.

I know that some of the new year's goals can feel cheesy, but I think there's something quite profound in taking the first step to changing your life for the better.

So if you're feeling called to work on your hormones this year, I invite you to reach out! (Just leave a comment or click here:

I'd love to chat with you to help you figure out how to get started (even if it starts with working in bed with your cat).

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