A sort of love letter to pain — my gratitude to learning strength, grace, and humility.
The one where I talk about the AIP “diet” and ask for your advice, experience, and tips and tricks on transitioning into this lifestyle.
I mentioned back in October, that I was in one of the worst flares I have ever had while I was doing all of that travel and conference experience (#MedX and #TXFM). The flare continued when I got home. And added lovely symptoms of fatigue,… Continue Reading “A Confused Health Update”
This post is a little overdue.. I think I might have been procrastinating it because there are many things to update with regards to my health. So I apologize that it’s a little lengthy. As per usual, it’s one step forward, three steps back,… Continue Reading ““You Don’t Have Cancer, But You Should Take Chemo””
I’m currently out in Palo Alto, CA attending the Stanford Medicine X #MedX conference. A few hours into Day 2, and I know I need to get some thoughts down and try to dissemble the jumble of words floating around my head right now. Also,… Continue Reading “Home Is Wherever I’m With You”
Whoa! So sorry everyone. I have been seriously MIA lately. I can claim being busy, and tired, and stressed (all of which are pretty much always true), however I think I just fell out of a routine. I will try my best to get… Continue Reading “Decisions Right Now, Decisions For Life”
Yikes! I apologize for my big gap in posts here; I’ve been caught up in working a lot lately and my little blog has fallen by the wayside in the past month. I vow to be much better moving forward! Anyway! You can have… Continue Reading “Naysayers and Misunderstandings”
Hello, hello! It’s been just a hot second, but I have been swamped with work and utterly exhausted any other moment. But here I am! Another reason I haven’t written a large amount lately is because I’ve been in pain. I’ve had about 8-10… Continue Reading “When the Unexpected Lingers”
I found this blogger survey about invisible illnesses on But You Don’t Look Sick. I thought it would be a different way to share some truths about invisible illnesses and, hopefully, raise awareness for these chronic conditions that many of us suffer with, while… Continue Reading “30 Things About My Invisible Illnesses You May Not Know”