“I realized that boudoir is SO MUCH MORE than just posing nude or in lingerie. It is for the women who love and want to show off their bodies, of course, but it’s also for the older women who feel like they are too old to do something like this. It is for the women who are heavier and feel like they are too big to do this. It is for the women who have been called cute but never sexy. This style of photo shoot is for the women who have never whole-heartedly said that they believe they are beautiful.”Read More
The blog of Lindsay Makes Lemonade has traveled across a few different pages, but I am so happy to have it land here, on Holistic Curative. I started this blog when I was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis so that I could document my journey to healing. It then morphed into a healing tool for many facets of my life. Letting words flow out of me is a form of therapy that many can relate to. I’m so happy you’re here to read some of my journey.Connecting local practitioners of various holistic modalities she began to formulate her goals for the Community Well event, which is to spend the afternoon in both discussion and education.
The pie was a big hit at my family’s party last year, and I made it again this year. People find it hard to believe it’s vegan! Just the right amount of pumpkin and sweet, I am so proud of myself for figuring the recipe out, and so happy that I get to continue on this tradition in my Nana’s memory.Read More
Still very much riding the energy high from my very first speaking event in Portland, OR last weekend. I was invited to speak at VegOut! and it was such a blast, a privilege, and the start of a turning point in my journey. I thought I'd recap the trip for you here!Read More
So in the process of "rebranding," if you will, I was struggling on what exactly to call myself. Yes, I blog, therefore I am a blogger. Yes, my husband and I run a plant based nutrition consulting company called Brass Roots Nutrition, therefore I am a entrepreneur. But what I want to do with Lindsay Makes Lemonade... I had no idea what to call it.Read More
I still remember the first conversations I had with my parents concerning my choice of turning down medications to treat my Multiple Sclerosis, and deciding to treat through diet and exercise instead.Read More