“Depression begins where creativity leaves off.” I mouthed this phrase to myself as I walked through the apartment — not 15 minutes ago.
Perhaps it’s due to the solar eclipse, or perhaps it’s because I’ve literally frazzled my nerves these past few months with stress that this monumenta Read More →
Recently, I was watching a video of an extraordinary 12-year-old belting out a Sia song on stage and was absolutely blown away by her talent. At the same time, I took notice or her beautiful dress, the confidence she portrayed when singing in front thousands of people, and felt inspi Read More →
So, this is a very emotional, honest, and open post. Many of you know that when I was a teenager, I had a very unhealthy relationship with food and sabotaged my health in the form of binge eating, anorexia, and bulimia.
I credit God with saving me when I was sixteen, preventing me fro Read More →
I remember being introduced to the concept of ‘vision boards’ when I was in the 9th grade. My psychology teacher, Mrs. Robinson, had our class watch The Secret which essentially explains the largely misunderstood “Law of Attraction.” She later gave the assignment to create a vision board.
I Read More →
Helllooooo, lovelies. Well, it’s a new year, and I’ve barely blogged in the past month. I’d say I’m sorry, but there’s really just little to no time, so I fit in recipes and posts when possible. Thanks for your patience.
Because it’s ‘flu season’ (also ‘tax season’), many people Read More →
Note: I recently gave a talk at South Dakota’s FIRST annual yoga conference on the topic of self-acceptance and healing your relationship with food. Rarely have I opened up about my past, but when I did at this event, I was approached by several women who could identify with everything I had gone Read More →
The first time I tried to make a healthy green soup, it didn’t turn out well. In fact, the first two weeks of my ‘vegan adventure’ were a huge mess.
Granted, I was fifteen and adamant that everything I tossed into the blender or chopped up and threw into a pan on the stove would miraculousl Read More →
Anger is, without a doubt, one of the harshest, unhealthiest, and most painful emotions there is on this planet. It is literally the absence of Source/God, and, in turn, is an emotional thought form of decay and pain which contributes - and attracts - the same if we focus and internalize it too long Read More →
Are you interested in getting healthier but aren’t sure where to start? If so, you’re going to love the FREE Bloom for Life Printable Menu Plan!
All the recipes are found on this site (Bloom for Life!) and are linked to underneath the printable PDF.
If you are interested in Read More →
Until we have the opportunity to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes, it can be very difficult to glimpse life through a different lens and see our own creation experience in an objective way.
Fresh perspective, in my opinion, is probably the greatest gift in the world. Why? Because until we ta Read More →
Q & A time! I have received the questions “How do you afford to travel?” and “What do you do for income?” soooooooo many times in the past few years, I figure it’s time to elaborate – again.
I published a book called “12 Ways To The World On A Budget” a few years ago, Read More →
Note: The following information is my (Amanda Froelich's) opinion, based on personal experience, studies, and insights delivered clairvoyantly through meditation. I do not expect every lesson to resonate with each individual, and obviously as we are dealing with the realm of emotion (feel Read More →