Paige Pichler

Freelance Writer

PR pro by day, writer by night, Project HEAL ambassador in between. Expertise includes health, wellness and sustainability.
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The Unsustainable Truth Behind Burning White Sage and Palo Santo

The smoky scent that characterizes meditation and yoga studios alike may be costing the planet more than you think. Meditation Mentor and Spiritual Wellness Speaker Paige Pichler dives into the problem with the recreational burning the sacred plants of White Sage and Palo Santo, and how we can better respect the traditions these rituals came from.

The mindful dater's guide to Pisces compatibility

While the calendar year ends on December 31st, the astrological year ends with Pisces season (February 19-March 20). Coinciding with the end of winter, this season brings the astrological wheel to a close, helping us tie up loose ends with compassion. Two fish serve as the symbol for Pisces, signifying its spiritual and physical sides.

Yoga Journal
Yoga Transformed Me After Constant Pressure

Fully recovered from a years-long battle with an eating disorder, I had created the life of my dreams in Washington, DC. I thought everything had finally fallen into place; I worked at a powerful Capitol Hill law firm during the day and ran and lifted weights at night.

Aligning Your Cycle with Your Tampon Absorbency

Did you know that you can align your cycle with your tampon size? Since your hormones and symptoms shift throughout your menstrual phase, it's important to observe your flow to see when you may need to adjust your tampon size. Everyone's body is different and the cycle varies depending on where you're body is at hormonally.

How to Start Growing Your Own Herbs and Vegetables Indoors

With less food on the supermarket shelves and more time at home, there's never been a better time to start growing your own produce. And you don't need a garden or allotment to do so, Paige Pichler finds out, as she dives into the world of indoor farming.
Eating Pumpkin Has Way More Health Benefits Than You Thought - The List If you're wondering whether or not you need to carve and roast your own pumpkin to reap its health benefits, there's good news. Even if you get your pumpkin puree from a can, you'll still ingest loads of antioxidants and vitamins. Good Housekeeping explains that, even in its preserved form, pumpkin still maintains its high nutrient density.

Are Adaptogens The Secret To Soothing PMS Symptoms? - Glam

The queen of adaptogens, shatavari has been used for centuries in eastern medicine practices, including Ayurveda, to treat women's health. According to holistic nutritionist, Erika Elizabeth, it can help with menstrual cramps, infertility, irregular cycles, pre- and post-natal health, loss of libido, and various hormonal imbalances.