Posts Tagged ‘health’

Soooo often… I talk to people who are overwhelmed… can’t take care of their health, their exercise, their sleep, whathaveyou… but they tell me that “hopefully things will calm down in the next few months”. Will they? What are you actively doing so that things WILL calm down? Because really… snowballs are snowballs. Entropy happens. […]


I’m here to talk about a health issue… Not MS, this time. One that doesn’t really get discussed… but should. I’m talking about certain women’s health issues. I was in a doctor’s office about a week ago, waiting and flipping through a People magazine (seeing names that I didn’t recognize, for the most part) and […]


… to someone in a bad situation? “It’ll all work out fine.” Because, left to its own devices, a situation typically does not work out fine. You have to WORK at it. There is often a struggle. (And, in the end, the struggle is typically worth it… but leave it alone, and things don’t just […]


Hey! It’s just after the first of the year (Happy New Year, btw), and you all are ready to make a change, right? (Well… reality is… why wait ’til the first to make a change? Set your own “first of the year” anytime to make a change! But I digress…) It’s the way of the […]


waiting

11Aug14

Some days, it feels like I’m always waiting… Waiting for the migraine drug to work. Waiting for the anti-nausea drug to chase the migraine to work. Waiting…. to live. Can you relate? Do you know what it’s like? Some times, you wait… and nothing comes of your waiting. Aside from disappointment. Disappointment in yourself, that […]


As a health and nutrition educator, I get asked my opinion on artificial sweeteners frequently. I’m not a huge fan of synthetic chemicals going into the body, honestly… but there isn’t a peer-reviewed study showing that small amounts of artificial sweeteners directly lead to disease. Which, of course, has the diet industry (and a lot […]


(hopefully I’m not the only one who remembers that song) So, in my posts, I talk a lot about feeling good, having energy, and not experiencing many symptoms. Here’s where I admit to you that I do have the occasional rough time. I am going through a rough patch right now. I don’t think it’s […]