Blog

  • The 6 Breastfeeding Myths I Hear the Most

    The 6 Breastfeeding Myths I Hear the Most

    Cover photo: Jenna Nord Photography The journey of breastfeeding can come with challenges. One of the biggest challenges I see, as lactation professional, is misinformation, myths, and generational beliefs that are not evidence-based. Unfortunately, these myths are not harmless, especially when they place blame on new parents. Here are a few debunked myths and a […]

    Read more

  • 12 weeks, Post-Miscarriage

    12 weeks, Post-Miscarriage

    I’m super proud of my current fitness, mentally and physically. It feels like a lifetime, it also feels like yesterday, but my miscarriage was only 12 short weeks ago. I’ve had intense moments in my life, disordered eating, sexual assault, but this was entirely different and the emotions that came with it didn’t have a […]

    Read more

  • Make Believe: A Confident Day at the Polls

    Make Believe: A Confident Day at the Polls

    When we first learned about voting in school it seemed so easy, so straightforward. You vote for the person you want. The person with the most votes, wins. But my earliest memory of an election, in 2000, didn’t look like that. I couldn’t understand why each candidate seemed neck and neck with the popular vote, […]

    Read more

  • Weekly Loaf

    Weekly Loaf

    Grams & Percentages 500 g flour (500 g bread) 398 g water (79.6% hydration) 118 g levain (23.5% inoculation) 8 g salt (1.6%) Timeline 9:00 am — fed starter 4:30 pm — start autolyse 5:45 pm — add levain (1:15h autolyse + 8:45h starter) 6:15 pm — add salt 6:45 pm — modified counter lamination […]

    Read more

  • Personal Note: Answering All Your Questions

    Personal Note: Answering All Your Questions

    View this post on Instagram After 18 months in NYC, I’ve returned to DC for the rest of my life. I moved about a week ago and ever since have been fielding DMs of ‘why?’ and more specific questions. Walking the line between personal privacy and wanting to keep you all in the know, here’s […]

    Read more

  • Weekly Loaf

    Weekly Loaf

    Grams & Percentages 500 g flour (260 g bread, 200 g WW, 50 g spelt) 390 g water (78% hydration) 110 g levain (22% inoculation) 10 g salt (2%)   Timeline 12:50 pm — fed starter 4:00 pm — start autolyse 5:45 pm — add levain (1:45h autolyse + 4:55h starter) 6:15 pm — add […]

    Read more