mistakes i see people make:: real food, real progress

This is the final in a three part series. Read the first two posts here and here.    When I first thought of the idea for this series, I was hesitant to post it. I didn’t want to be sending anyone into a tailspin and making them questions themselves. Then I realized, that is my […]

mistakes people make:: the doctor’s job isn’t what you think

IT’S THE DOCTOR’S JOB TO HEAL ME– this is the second in a three part series on mistakes I see people make. Part one can be found here.   You most likely will not enjoy this post. Because I love you, I need to be honest with you. Too many people spend their days clouded […]

mistakes people make: the #1 thing that needs to change

MISTAKES I SEE PEOPLE MAKE- this is the first in a 3 part series about the biggest errors I see made in the chronic illness world. whether you are a patient or supporting someone who is a patient, you’ll want to read on to learn what these obstacles are and why they are so important […]

the patient’s guide to:: dysautonomia

dysautonomia- a disorder of autonomic nervous system (ANS) function that generally involves failure of the sympathetic or parasympathetic components of the ANS.   A little known term, dysautonomia is a series of symptoms that almost every person I work with experiences often. Generally, patients will feel weak, faint, dizzy, and have tachycardia for no apparent […]

a peek into the life of a health coach::

The life of a health coach may seem glamorous from the outside, but we are just like everyone else. Today I’m sharing a behind the scenes peek into my personal life, hoping to show the few staple habits that keep me feeling strong and living life well. Read on for a bit of our laid […]

what to do when you can’t do anything, part 2

I’m a big believer in taking responsibility for your own health. Even if you can’t afford treatment or if you haven’t been able to find a doctor yet, there are dozens of ways you can make strides in your recovery on your own. This is part two to the topic I first posted earlier this […]

what to do when you can’t do anything

It never fails. I will wake up on a Saturday or Sunday morning and have at least one or two emails from followers who were up all night, overwhelmed with the feeling of “stuck.” They feel completely hopeless and limited by various circumstances and are convinced there is no way out of their chronic illness. […]

magic juice:: what it is + how it changed my life

I often get asked what my secrets to healing were. If it is one thing I wish everyone knew about, it is celery juice. Adding in this one simple thing changed me forever! It has been over a year since I began drinking it daily and I can’t go a day without it. (Seriously. My […]

traveling with your diagnosis

Recently, I spent a weekend with friends out of town. Since I wasn’t the only one with a chronic illness diagnosis going, I thought sharing how I coordinated with the others to make sure I had everything I would make a helpful blog post! First, we planned all of our meals ahead of time. This […]

review:: bowen therapy- updated

It’s been 6 weeks since I started using the Bowen therapy in my routine. So much has changed! I am sleeping great, experiencing less headaches and definitely less stressed and more centered. Who doesn’t love that? One of the biggest improvements though is this: My 15 year old knee injury that left me numb in […]