Just recently, I got an opportunity to meet a dating coach…Eva Kuleva. Eva is a dating coach living in Sofia, Bulgaria but has clients outside of Bulgaria as well. At our meeting at a brightly painted dessert cafe in Sofia, I got the chance to learn more about who hires a dating coach and furtherRead the Post
There are a lot of reasons why egg freezing and deciding to freeze your eggs can feel overwhelming. Here are three of the biggest reasons why egg freezing can feel so overwhelming. For each of these reasons you resonate with, I included three action-oriented and anti-overwhelm tips to help you move forward. Because, NOT youRead the Post
In my last post, I mentioned my recent trip to Greece to interview fertility clinics to learn more about social egg-freezing. In this post, I will elaborate more on getting to Greece and share tips for your arrival and highlight some things you may want to consider when choosing a place to stay while goingRead the Post
By electing to freeze your eggs sooner, rather than later, I believe that it is possible to create even more freedom for yourself and feel more secure in knowing that you have done your best to give yourself the option to decide later whether you want to have children. After all, isn’t that what the perfect financial strategy is, a mixture of insurance and a ‘risk-mix’ of investments?
Here are the tangible items I brought with me on the trip that really made a difference and recommend you also bring with you on your trip abroad for egg freezing or IVF!
Of all the places in the world to travel to for IVF, I chose Bulgaria. Read on to see if it is a destination you would consider for IVF.
Encouraging and welcoming curiosity is instrumental to learning. When curious, we are much more likely to remember what we learned about that subject.
Humans have existed and lived for thousands of years prior to any formal writing systems. We were born to be storytelling animals. Storytelling was a crucial part of how information, shared beliefs, and values were passed down. It still is. Think: eat this delicious berry. Not this poisonous berry! (that just so happens to look likeRead the Post
This post is for anyone who is selecting a sperm donor or considering Spain as a destination for in vitro fertilization. How I learned about open ID vs. non-contact donors in my family building journey (I share this, so you don’t have to waste your time in deciding what’s right for you WHILE you learnRead the Post
I have to say that using Facebook groups in my family building journey has been both a good thing and a bad thing. Facebook groups? Well it’s a bit like dating…until you meet a really good one you sometimes have no idea how bad the bad ones are! Even within categories like infertility and assistedRead the Post