How to Maintain Your Weight While Sick

  Disclaimer: I am not a professional dietician or trainer. This are just tips that work for me. Always consult your doctor before making changes to your diet or exercise.  Move Around! Whether its one mile or a walk to your mailbox and back its always important to keep your body moving. Even on my […]

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Struggling with Self Acceptance

Self Acceptance is probably one of the hardest things to do for anyone. No matter what age or stage of life you’re in, you’ll always have trouble with this concept. The media shows you a perception of what society wants you to be, and engraves it into your head as something you should want to. […]

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~Why I Wear Make Up~

  Hey Guys! I haven’t been as active in the past 48 hours because of the lack of sleep I’ve been getting. Eventually, think I will write a piece on side effects of medications and dealing with them since that’s what I’ve been going through. But I wanted to give you guys a little something […]

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The Blue Sky Tag

Wow, this is so amazing I’m so excited that my blog has gone so far in just a month! Thank you everyone who reads-I’m so glad I got to share my life with you! This is my first tag EVER so thank you to-Health & Beauty 4 all Click the link above to check out […]

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Little Signs of Acceptance

When I was first diagnosed with Autoimmune disease I had a hard time accepting it. I often went back to the first day I ever got sick and questioned what I did wrong and if there was anything I could do to fix it or change. In reality, there was nothing I could have done […]

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How to Achieve Healthier & Softer Hair

Being on so many different medications really messes with my hair. Whether it’s thinning or dry it still make me upset. I always wish to go back to the time when I used to complain I had too much hair and it was too curly-because now its thinner and wavy. In the past three weeks, […]

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Turning Lemons into Lemonade

Laughter is the best medicine, but so is distraction. You may remember how I gave tips on how to keep on going. One was distractions. I will link that post here if you have not had a chance to read it! I wanted to talk about how I am keeping myself occupied and happy after having my […]

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Diving into the Reality of My Future

When life signs you up for a chronic illness/disease, you sometimes have no idea what you’re in for. This can be extremely frustrating, tiring, and annoying. For me, I can say that right now I’m in a rough patch of my disease, that I never thought I’d have happen to me on many different levels. […]

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Days of Death

Many of my followers who are going through similar situations, will probably relate to this. Before we go into feeling your worst, I need to clear up some misconceptions some people don’t understand. Just because you see a person who has autoimmune disease smiling, dressed up, laughing and making conversation doesn’t mean in anyway they […]

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~Waves~

When I started having flare ups and no one had any idea of what was going on, I turned to writing. Over a series of months, I would write several analogies comparing certain elements of nature to my pain .My first flare started 10/01/14. I have decided to share 3 excerpts of what I’ve written […]

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