a laid out spoonie – but on the mend.

Do y'all remember that post from yesterday about how I was feeling better? The one I wrote and then hopped up and cleaned out my fridge - a major undertaking that I should have-¬† but didn't - ask for help with - and did some other things that I desperately needed to do around my…

graduation and gratitude

I'm hoping this post makes even a little bit of sense because I'm writing as I'm getting ready for our first event this morning with Sara taking her EO rollerballs and me taking all of my coaching stuff and there is so much to do. We are excited and super busy and running. This week…

a new spoonie purpose for me this awareness month.

May is Arthritis Awareness Month. It is also the Awareness Month for Celiac Disease, Cystic Fibrosis, Chiari Malformation, Lupus, and several other serious spoonie diseases. I've written often about my struggles with rheumatoid arthritis and celiac disease and the struggles our daughter is experiencing as well. I've shared all the issues we've had with doctors…

a new healthy “normal”

So, my hair has been a thing for me for over six months now. I shaved it last Fall when it started coming out in clumps because of my RA meds: At the time, I tried to convince myself that it would be okay as it was necessary. And maybe if it hadn't been timed…

pursuing my passion

The new love of my television life is Queer Eye. I started it a couple of nights ago, made it through Episode Six, then restarted it tonight so I could watch it through with Sara. I lub it. One thing that I've noticed - as a new health coach who is about to graduate and…