Health

PCOS & How I’m Still Learning to Live With It

In honor of National Women’s Health and Fitness Day today, I wanted to share my journey with PCOS.  When I was around 20, I had my first “grown-up” physical.  My mom took me and I went to see a doctor her and my step-dad were going to.  He was a nice doctor and was extremely thorough.  He ran some blood…

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Recipes

Gluten Free Cornbread

Cornbread is a Southern staple.  We eat it with greens, beans, stews, soups, cabbage and much more.  My Nana even used to make cabbage and cornbread dumplings, which I am still trying to find a recipe for (if anyone knows one, comment below).  So, when I first went gluten free I HAD to learn how to make a gluten free…

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Just for Fun

Fall Date Ideas with Free Printable

Hello and welcome to Fall!  Yay!  I’m excited because we are one step closer to decorating for Christmas!  Another reason I am excited is because the weather is going to get cooler and i get the chance to spend more time outside. Sean and I sat down and made a list of things we wanted to try to do this…

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Health

9 Tips for Learning to Live with Anxiety

Right around the time I met Sean my grandfather passed away.  His death was really hard for me.  This was when I realized I have anxiety .  My grandfather and I were really close,  I was there when he passed.  It was the first time I had seen someone die, and his death broke my heart.  As Sean and I…

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Recipes

Gluten Free Chocolate Banana Bread

  I love banana bread.  It’s no secret.  My favorite can be found at a restaurant named Bob Evans.  I love Bob Evans too, but I digress.  I don’t eat gluten, and I’m allergic to nuts.  Have I mentioned that yet?  I realized awhile ago I am allergic to walnuts, but when I started cutting out products from my diet,…

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Health

Learning To Live With Gastrointestinal Disorders Part Two

  In my first gastrointestinal disorders post, I talked about my disorders and learning to live with them.  Today I wanted to share the surgeries that I have had and other things that I do to help ease symptoms of these disorders. Basically, I have slow digestive motility through my entire digestive tract.  These disorders include gastroparesis and achalasia. To…

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