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Fig. 1, 2 / Alki Beach, Seattle, 22'

Hi! I'm Abigail. I'm the wife of Nathan (a designer, barista, and athlete), the mother of Eden Rose (a delightful, imaginative 3 yr old) and of a baby boy on the way. The foundation of everything I do is Jesus - it's his love that I try to emulate, his creation that I learn from, and his radical peace that grounds me. I currently call Madison, WI home but my heart has also been rooted in Seattle WA, Pensacola FL, and Harrisburg, PA.

Health, from a whole-person, nature-based, Creation-minded perspective, is my vocational passion. Although my brain loves science, my heart values freedom and fun. The result is a belief that true health isn't found in a polarizing list of "dos" and "don'ts" but rather the individualized blend of understanding & fully nourishing the body, mind, and spirit, while enjoying the little joys in life without worry or guilt. This passion also shows up relationally as a driving force behind the way I desire to nurture & raise up family and friends.

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Fig. 3 / Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, 24'

01.  Credentials

02.  Sippin' on

03.  For fun

04.  Side hustle

05.  Nerdy about

B.S., FMCHC

Olipop or honey cappucino

Volleyball, movie night

Web designer

Severance theories

06.  To rest

07.  Core memory

08.  Colors

09.  Hobby

10.  Nicknames

Journaling, reading novels

Backpacking Peru with family

Cobalt blue, matcha green

Herbalism

Gill, Goose, Mossy, Abs

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Fig. 4 / Thank you for reading!

MY STORY /

I've been interested in natural health and nutrition for as long as I can remember. There's a photo of me as a 5 yr old sleeping with an upside-down human body book in my hands. My favorite Berenstein Bears book was the one where they go to the doctor and Papa Bear is instructed to swap his sweets for carrot sticks. I remember putting "healthy" lunches together with my little brother. We'd pick one food from each food group and put one in each divider on our plates -- imagine a slice of wonderbread, a few carrotsticks, an apple, string cheese, and some peanuts. As I got older and watched my mom go on her own journey of discovering she had Celiac, I experimented with my diet just for fun. Tried veganism for a few days :) Once I got to college I had chosen nutrition as a major. I fell in love with human anatomy and physiology classes the major required, but I started getting the sense that focusing solely on nutrition wasn't for me.

I wanted to zoom out and see the whole picture of the body and the lifestyle and mindset. I started interviewing professionals in my circle, like physical therapists, trainers, registered dietitians, functional medicine doctors, chiropractors, and health coaches. Learning about functional medicine and health coaching ultimately set me on the path I'm on now, though it's morphed a lot since. All the while, I grew up with many family members and close friends who suffered from chronic illness. At the core of all of their stories were doctors who simply could not properly diagnose or treat them correctly or effectively, as a result making their conditions worse. I had a few hospital episodes of my own that left me scared of and frustrated with the medical system...

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