Becky Evans

Becky Evans is a Certified Fertility Awareness Educator and Student Herbalist. She has had training as a Fertility, Birth & Bereavement, and Menopause Doula, and is passionate about helping women manage their hormonal health and fertility naturally. Becky lives on her homestead in the mountains of northern Virginia with her husband, 2 dogs, 5 cats, and flock of chickens.

An Honest Review of Heart of Herbs Herbal School

If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with herbalism. But just in case I’m wrong, let’s briefly go over what herbalism actually is! Herbalism is the ancient practice of using plants to promote health and well-being. For centuries, cultures around the world have relied on the power of herbs to soothe

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Cervical Mucus Charting: Billings Ovulation Method vs the Symptothermal Method

The Billings Ovulation Method is considered a “mucus only” method. It is one of the least understood methods due to it being instructor taught rather than self-taught. Many charters choose to teach themselves a symptothermal method through books and free online resources. Symptothermal methods teach a combination of basal body temperature, cervical mucus, and cervix

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What is a Fertility Awareness Educator?

Fertility Awareness Educator, Fertility Awareness Instructor, Natural Family Planning Instructor, Natural Family Planning Teacher. Different names for the same thing. I get this question a lot from people who don’t know what the term “fertility awareness” means. If you missed my last post, you can read all about what Fertility Awareness is here! But what

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Troubleshooting Basal Body Temperature for Fertility Charting

“My basal body temperature isn’t reliable.” I hear this a lot, with a lot of different reasons following, depending on the person. Quite a lot of people give up on charting their temperature to identify ovulation. Most of the time they hadn’t tried any troubleshooting to figure out the problem first. Sometimes the answer is

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