Reporting From the Trenches of Single Parenthood

It Takes Two to Tango

Turn Your Mess Into Your Message

The Great Loves of My Life

Risky Business

Binge Watching: Cool, Until It’s Not

January Was a Tough Year (But We Made It)

Feel Your Way to the Present


Becoming an Indie Mama

Celibacy Is (Still) The New Black

Why Migrating North Is In My Blood

Jane of One Trade

Selling My Soul is My Bread and Butter

Celibacy Is The New Black

So, Where Are You From?

And Then I Became A Steward (Of A Parcel) Of Land

One Breath (Cycle) at a Time


One Thing Led to Another

Wild Woman Fest Playlists

You Cannot Make This Sh*t Up


To Reach the Divine? Take a Streetcar Named Desire

That’s it. I give up.


Merci, 2015

My body never left, so why get it back?

The Renaissance of Childbirth (part three)

The Renaissance of Childbirth (part two)

The Renaissance of Childbirth (part one)

Where the Wild Things Are

A Pregnant Rebel with a Cause

Spring is My New January

Dear New York: I f*ing love/hate you

My Crazy (not-so-sexy) First Trimester


Merci, 2014!

What I learned on my First Cacao Ceremony

Saunas, Spas, and Everything Nice

How 1 Single Word Transformed My Life

Be Careful What you Witch For

Coming Back to my Senses (& shout out to Kitty Cavalier)

Bonjour from the South of France! (Part 2)

Bonjour from the South of France! (Part 1)

Why I give my degree & the museum field the middle finger

No means no (this has nothing to do with guys)

Putting yourself first is not selfish. Not doing so is.

My money love story

Slim-Fast popped my health cherry :X

“Mishel, ma belle, sont des mots qui vont tres bien ensemble…”

Green Witches and Tarot and Qoya, Oh My!

Saturday Night’s Alright

A Gratitude Letter (& shout out to Tara Dixon)

How Qoya & I met

How I became a Bikram teacher

Yes, I skip a beat when I’m on my period. Period.

Bag Lady… I Am Not

My 4 Takeaways from Pittsburgh

Rub a Dub Dub

Green Witch

On Flirting


My name is Mishel Ixchel. I’m Ecuadorian-born &
NYC-bred. Western Mass is currently home, and it's also where I practice + teach the art of
Sacred Self Care.