Thanks 2017! Are You Ready 2018? I started doing posts like this towards the end of 2015 and before 2016 started. I did another for the end of 2016 and before 2017. This year… well- it’ll be at the beginning of 2018 and after 2017 ended- and probably… for the most part it’ll be a … Continue reading Thanks 2017! Are You Ready 2018?
Bullet Journal (BuJo) for Chronic Illness I love my Bullet Journal (BuJo for short)! I wrote about using a BuJo professionally for Prae- so instead of redoing the intro, I’ll include a little below! “Before you immediately start asking “why are we talking about this fad?”, hear me out! I had the same thought. Then … Continue reading Bullet Journal (BuJo) for Chronic Illness
I’m curled up on the sidelines with my tips and tricks to get by while cheering on the birth control to defeat my body. Yes- in this weird twisted set up…. All I want is for my body to lose to the medication in this constant battle- this battle of chaotic and painful periods. My … Continue reading (The One with the) PCOS and Endometriosis Flare Up
Challenge for Diabetes Awareness Month: Let's Stop Pointing the Finger It’s Diabetes Awareness Month! I feel like I’ve been on a little marathon with awareness months since September- PCOS then ADHD in October. But here we are- it’s November- World Diabetes Day is around the corner on November 14th. You’ll see the hashtag #NDAM floating … Continue reading Challenge for Diabetes Awareness Month: Let’s Stop Pointing the Finger
There's so much I wish I could tell you and stop you from experiencing when it comes to your period.
I’m a woman who was undiagnosed with ADHD for over 10 years with a chronic illness. My symptoms and data aren’t what you immediately think of when you think about ADHD. That is where the stigma and misconceptions come in.
Impact of Being Back in a Better Place We talk about life changes in general and somewhat touch on the impact on them with diabetes. We’re reminded that stress can make you more insulin resistant. I try to remember this when it comes to my diabetes management. I always seem to forget the impact of … Continue reading Impact of Being Back in a Better Place