The perfect home doesn’t exist, and that’s okay.

In our quest for a safe home, it's easy to get caught up in the pursuit of perfection. I see it almost daily in the clientele I work with, and I empathize greatly with it. Most of my clients have been through major trauma. Myself included. We envision an abundance of nature, picture-perfect neighborhoods, mold-free environments, no off-gassing, no carpets, no nearby cell towers... perfection. But let's...

Holistic Real Estate

Did you know that we spend 60-90% of our time inside our homes? In our health-conscious world, we often focus on aspects like diet, exercise, and supplements. However, we tend to overlook the health of our living spaces, which can have a significant impact on our overall well-being. The prevalence of mold illness, chemical sensitivities, chronic fatigue, childhood autism, ADHD, and autoimmune...

Renter’s Healthy Home Checklist

With the housing market taking a turn, inevitably we will see more families opting into rentals. Without the opportunity to properly assess a property via testing & inspections-you’re relying on visual inspections, questioning & instinct. Having a gameplan for what to look for beforehand is key. If not, emotions and excitement can get the best of you and then you’re locked into a house...

Mold PTSD: Healing Through Neuroplasticity

Fleeing a moldy home has a very strong energetic imprint - fear, loss, shock, devastation, frustration, illness. BIG emotions at play. The unfortunate (and all too common) reality is that many of us leave one sick home only to land in another. And another. I personally know this path, all too well. Our thoughts create our reality. Mold PTSD is very real. Overcoming these negative emotions is...

What is a Biological Home: Building Biology Perspective

When it comes to buying or building a home, many people focus on location, size, and affordability. However the most important thing that affects your life and the lives of your loved ones is the health of every occupant. This is why understanding the concept of a biological home is so important. Building Biology refers to a home as the “third skin”. A biological home is seen as a living organism...

Mold Toxicity: Recognizing Symptoms Across the Body Systems

| Mold Illness | What's so tricky about mold illness is that its symptoms can greatly overlap with those of other conditions. To name a few - chronic fatigue, ADHD, autism, Lyme disease, autoimmune disorders, neurological issues, PANDAS/PANS, MS, Tourette's syndrome, adrenal fatigue, fibromyalgia... And then it begs the question - is mold illness at the root of many of these conditions? Symptoms and...

EMF & WIFI

In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists. – Eric Hoffer Are you aware of the constant wifi bombardment we are exposed to on a daily basis? From our homes to our workplaces, and most all public spaces, it's near impossible to escape. For years now studies have linked prolonged exposure...

Spring Cleaning – Feng Shui Principles

Spring is in the air and it's so welcomed here in the mountains! Anyone else feeling inspired to shift the energy and clear space for all things new? In the past, people believed that the spring cleaning ritual was a representation of getting rid of the bad luck of the previous year, symbolically purging negativity while ushering in the new, and all the positive energy that is sure to follow in the...

The VCS Test – Got Mold?

Did you know that mold illness is often referred to as the great imitator? (Very similar to Lyme Disease) It often goes overlooked or misdiagnosed as other conditions, making it difficult to pinpoint. ???? Possible symptoms associated with mold illness: ???? Cognitive issues: memory issues, word-finding issues, executive function issues, lack of motivation, brain fog ???? Psychiatric issues:...

Red Flags for Mold in the Home ????

Mold can pose a number of health risks to people, including allergies and even more serious illnesses. Exposure to mold can irritate the eyes, skin, nose, throat, and lungs. Prolonged exposure may lead to more serious complications like difficulty breathing, asthma, bronchitis, and in some cases, even neurological disorders. Some molds may also produce toxins called mycotoxins that can cause symptoms such...

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