I will forever be a fan of a good ole fashioned Swedish massage for relaxation but let’s face it, at an average of $90 a massage, it is not likely for this lady to get one as often as I would like. This is where my addiction to Foot and Body Reflexology comes in. Have… Continue reading Foot and Body Reflexology…Just Do It!
As my son watches the Mickey Mouse version of The Three Musketeers I can’t help but notice what he is eating. Of course I was the one that gave him the boxed macaroni and cheese that he requested, so it’s no surprise to me what he is eating. However, a harsh reality hits me when… Continue reading All for one and One for all
Traveling with an Autoimmune Disease can cause some challenges especially when trying to lead a clean lifestyle to heal myself. I am just getting back from visiting my newborn baby nephew and this meant that I had to fly, eat out at restaurants, and sleep in a hotel. I must say that I did pretty… Continue reading In the Air and On the Road for the First Time
Z: Zero % Zero %….that’s the chance of myself giving up on fighting for a symptom free life. A life where I don’t wince from pain while putting my hands in and out of my pockets. A life where my hands don’t feel attacked from the razor blades of death, aka the zipper, on my… Continue reading Z is for Zero %
Y: Yes Yes, I have an autoimmune disease. No, I am not contagious! Yes, my hands may look like I have been stung by a swarm of killer bees while getting ran over by a truck just when the sun appears to be burning my face off. No, I don’t like it but I live… Continue reading Y is for Yes
X: Xanthan Gum It is possible that you are reading this and thinking…”what the heck is Xanthan Gum? Is she just making up words now?” Actually, if you look through your cupboards and pantry you are highly likely to find this and many other strange looking ingredients in your processed foods. According to Fooducate,… Continue reading X is for Xanthan Gum
W: Weak I have often been asked what my muscle weakness felt like in the beginning and what it is like now. Before my diagnosis I started to notice that when I washed my hair it was getting more and more difficult to keep my arms up to lather the soap. To even put my… Continue reading W is for Weak