Get to know our Woman Crush this week, Mirna Valerio!

Mirna Valerio, a native of Brooklyn, New York, is a Spanish teacher, diversity director, cross-country coach, ultrarunner, OCR enthusiast, and blogger.

Mirna blogs about all things running appear at Fat Girl Running and in Women’s Running Magazine. Mirna’s athletic story was featured in the Wall Street Journal, Runner’s World, on the NBC Nightly News, CNN, and on the CW
Network. She is a global ambassador for Merrell, an ambassador for Skirt Sports, and an athlete for Swiftwick. She is married to Cito Nikiema, and together they have a basketball-loving teenage son, Rashid. She loves
being in nature and frequently runs trails in the north Georgia mountains.

Here are three ways in which she practices Self-love:

1. I spend the bulk of my free time outdoors: training for races, running, hiking, backpacking. Whatever I can do to stay outdoors, I do!

2. I take lots of photos of myself doing the things I love. When we see ourselves represented the way we want to see ourselves represented, it becomes more of a reality. Also, looking at and admiring images of yourself is a great exercise in self-acceptance.

3. The third thing, is that I meditate. I do a form of meditation called Yoga Nidra. Being in touch with my body on all levels–physical, emotional, and spiritual is very important to me.

Get to know our Woman Crush – Chef Ahki!

Sepsenahki “Chef Ahki” is a celebrity chef, natural food activist, resident vegan chef at The Wendy Williams Show and author of Electric – A Modern Guide to Non-Hybrid & Wild Foods and The Fibroid Elimination Recipe Cookbook. She is the new voice of the young generation who is f’n pissed at big agriculture and its mono-cropping frenzy of science lab food and GMO corporate tyranny all resulting in obese, sick and dying generation whose being outlived by their parents.

Chek Ahki transitioned to a plant-based diet at the young age of 18, and became a colon-therapist shortly thereafter. She studied under Dr. Mark Armstrong and received a bachelor’s degree in naturopathic science and holistic theology. As a black native, Chef Ahki has always been intrigued by the healing power of herbs and eastern traditional medicine.

Raised by four generations of medicine women in her native home of Oklahoma, Chef Ahki was introduced to indigenous foods and alternative modalities before she even spoke her first word. Growing up working in her grandparents’ garden, she knows what real food is supposed to taste like. She teaches that humans are electrical and need electrical foods for optimum health. “I ain’t eatin’ salad, I’m eatin’ sunlight” is the phrase coined by Chef Ahki to promote her daily Big Ass Salad. She uses seasonal, organic, fresh, non-hybrid fruits and vegetables to create living food recipes designed to heal bodies and enhance lives.

In the midst of this, she also shared three ways that she practices self love:

1. Clean Foods

2. Massages

3. Orgasms

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