All The Good Stuff


An Evolving List Of Our Favorite Things

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  • The Secret Power of Yoga by Nischala Joy Devi
    • My all-time favorite soul read and guide to life and Yoga Sutras
  • The Essential Rumi
    • Beautiful poetry for those who have a longing for union with the divine
  • The Bhagavad Gita translation and introduction by Eknath Easwaran
    •  An insightful breakdown of the most well-known Indian scripture 
  • The Yoga of Discipline by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda
    • The book that changed my life and set me on the path of spiritual discovery.
  • Sadhana of the Heart by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda
    •  A collection of 5 New Year’s talks by the Guru of Siddha Yoga
  • Be Here Now by Ram Dass
    • A literal spiritual cookbook whose second section describes in plain terminology how to incorporate Eastern practices into your life.
  • Kitchen Table Wisdom by Dr. Rachel Ramen
    •  A book about listening from the soul
  •  Help Thanks Wow by Ann Lamont
    • A book about the three things we say to God written in her signature authentic, witty style


  • Eat Feel Fresh by Sahara Rose
    • A wonderfully-accessible reference on the principles of Ayurveda as well as a cookbook
  • BanyanBotanicals
    • The best online Ayurveda resource for knowledge and products
  • Ayurvedic Cooking for Self Healing by Usha and Vasant Lad
    •  Vasant Lad is the Founder of The Ayurvedic Institute. This book was writing in conjunction with his wife.


Yoga, Mindfulness & Meditation

Self-Discovery & Self Care

  • No Bad Parts by Dr. Richard Schwartz
    •  A wonderful book about bringing Internal Family Systems into your life
  •  The Book of Boundaries by Melissa Urban
    • Practical and accessible content for those who struggle with boundaries
  • Eat, Pray, Love by Liz Gilbert, Untamed by Glennon Doyle and The Power of Vulnerability (video) and Daring Greatly by Brené Brown
    • EPL’s Pray section takes place in the Siddha Yoga ashram in India. Untamed lit a fire under me when I needed it to reclaim my spirituality and my life. Brene Brown’s TedX Talk The Power of Vulnerability changed my approach to the world. 
  • Altogether You by Jenna Riemersma
    • A guide to personal and spiritual transformation with Internal Family Systems for people of biblical faith


  • No Bad Kids by Janet Lansbury
    •  @janetlansbury is my favorite Instagram account. She is a proponent of the RIE model, which believes kids are born as whole people and should be respected and treated as such. Gentle, respectful parenting at its best with very real, actionable advice.
  • The Whole-Brain Child by Dr. Daniel Siegel, MD
  • Brainstorm by Dr. Daniel Siegel, MD
    • Understanding your teenager’s brain and how to help them harness the best of themselves
  • Good Inside by Dr. Becky Kennedy
    • A model of parenting that emphasizes connecting with kids rather than correcting that incorporates Internal Family Systems.


  • Hold Me Tight by Dr. Susan Johnson
    • The founder of Emotionally-Focused Therapy, this book breaks the evidence-based process down into steps you can implement at home.
  • Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment by Dr. Amir Levine and Rachel Heller
    • Modern read about attachment theory for adults. Emotionally-Focused Therapy and Internal Family Systems both work from an attachment perspective.
  • The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman
    • This book has become so popular these concepts are mainstream but it’s definitely worth the read.
  • The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman
    • A practical guide to relationships with questionnaires and exercises.
    • Yes, I am biased on this one but…for couples looking to deepen their connection, explore intimate preferences and have an effortless date night at home, there’s nothing like it out there.


  • Website: If you are building an eCommerce site (meaning the primary thing you are doing is selling something)- is my pick. If you are building a content site (meaning the primary thing you are doing is writing), I use WordPress; you can add shopping capabilities via WooCommerce. I love SiteGround hosting and Elementor’s plugin for building pages. Squarespace is also a great content all-in-one platform and HoldSpaceCreative makes beautiful templates for helping professions.
  • Canva: A super-amazing creative platform that has a robust free version. Great for making logos, social media posts, etc. I ditched Adobe Creative Suite for them and have no regrets.
  • Moo: The best business cards around
  • Mountain Practice Journeys (site and Podcast): For introverted, highly-sensitive solopreneurs looking for guidance on starting a practice in a helping profession, this is a wonderful, authentic resource.

Fertility, Birth & Lactation

Trauma & Healing

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