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May 17, 2017

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.

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