This quote sums up my life perfectly!  Because a warm cup of tea is my happy place, I wanted to share some of my favorites with you:

Happy Heart (Allegro) – I am completely obsessed with this herbal tea.  It is a wonderful, warming balance of ginger and cinnamon.

Ready, Set, Go! (Allegro) – This is the tea for when you are looking for a little extra pep in your step.  It’s a mixture of black and green teas and yerba mate along with ginger and cinnamon.

Cinnamon Lemongrass Guayusa (Runa) – This is my favorite caffeinated tea and what I drink on mornings before work.  I don’t feel a caffeine jolt or experience a crash.  I feel an even level of energy after my morning cup.  (And this tea was my secret weapon for quitting my triple latte habit!)

Rooibos Chia (Numi) – I love this herbal chai tea.  It is warming with (my faves) ginger and cinnamon and the flavor is rich.  I love it with a splash of coconut milk and sprinkle of cinnamon.

Ginger (Traditional Medicinals) – I love a warm cup of ginger tea when I’m not feeling well.  Ginger is anti-inflammatory and I find that it really helps when I get the occasional migraine.  I power-up my tea by adding in medicinal teas along with my usual flavor.

Dandelion (Traditional Medicinals) – Okay, true confession.  I really don’t like dandelion tea.  The taste just isn’t my jam.  But it is awesome for detoxing, liver health, and digestion.  So, I suck it up.  I like adding it to my Happy Heart tea before bed because the flavor is completely masked by the amazing taste of Happy Heart.


This winter I stayed warm and hydrated with this simple homemade tea.

Warm Your Soul Tea

  • Juice of 1/2 – 1 lemon
  • 1-inch ginger cut into pieces or grated (if not organic, peeled)
  • Raw honey to taste
  • Cinnamon to taste
  • Hot water
  • Boil water
  • Add lemon juice, ginger, raw honey, and cinnamon to mug
  • Pour hot water and allow to infuse for several minutes

What is your favorite tea?

I’m excited to share that I’m guest blogging for Kristin McGee!  I learn something every single time I step onto my yoga mat.  Sometimes it’s an incredible new lesson.  Sometimes it’s simply a gentle reminder.  But it never fails and I always step off the mat more inspired and connected than when I started.  I’ll be guest blogging each month to share my latest lesson from the mat with Kristin’s community.  I hope you’ll pop over and check out my posts.