The Wellness Vault is the cool girl’s guide to living well and beautiful, making the journey to health and wellness luxurious and stylish. Wellness is beauty. Beauty is wellness.
A lot of heath and wellness blogs can come across a bit hippy dippy for my personal taste. Think, a barefoot girl wearing a hemp necklace and only eating flax seeds… yeah, we all know what I’m talking about. Yet, here I am, a Manhattan based publicist who favors head to toe black ensembles and loves a good Balenciaga studded accessory. Sounds completely mismatched? It’s not. I like to think of it as balanced. Think of The Wellness Vault as your ultra chic best friend that also loves a good health store, morning meditations and herbal tonics.
For years I have been exploring, researching and diving in to the health and wellness space. After almost a decade in the fashion industry, first as a buyer in luxury fashion and then (and currently) as an owner of a Public Relations agency in the fashion, beauty and celebrity space, I felt burnt out. About three years ago it came to a head, I was surrounded by toxicity, and I mean in every single way. From people around me, to the food I was eating, to the skincare I was carelessly putting on my face. I was always tired, my skin was dull (no matter how many $150 exfoliators and $300 serums I tried, not to mention the piles and piles of glow promising highlighters). I had a few extra pounds that were just not meant to be on my body (I am 5 foot nothing on a good day). Fatigue was an understatement, I was perpetually exhausting and just all around feeling MEH. I knew I had to make a change so I dove into the world of wellness. The first change I made was my diet, diving head first into clean eating. Soon after came, the acupuncture, herbs, dietary research, very clean eating (ditching dairy was a hard one but worth it), health, wellness and clean beauty. It changed my life so profoundly ( I’m not only talking about only losing that pesky 10 pounds that crept up and I couldn’t shake for years, that literally melted off without any effort) but the energy, overall happiness and radiance I found. Yes, I still like a good highlighter though, but it no longer is needed to fake a glow.